4 Reasons to Consider Taking a Temporary Position This Summer

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While it’s not impossible to find a new full-time job during the summer, warm weather months are probably the most difficult time of the year to have successful job search. Therefore, you may want to grab a temporary position if you don’t want to wait until the fall to take the next step on your… Read more »

How to Make Compelling Content to Attract Candidates

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Many companies don’t do enough to make use of the company website as a tool to draw in and recruit talented professionals. If your business is not investing the time and resources into establishing a website with a career section that presents the business as an excellent place to work, skilled job seekers may turn… Read more »

3 Ways to Help Prevent Employee Burnout

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With the warm weather upon us, it’s easy to start feeling uninspired at work. For employers, the real danger is when a lack of inspiration turns into full-blown employee burnout. Employee burnout is typically caused by too much work and not enough pay. While structural changes like increasing pay or adjusting workloads may be difficult,… Read more »

Does Your Resume Meet These Requirements?

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You have likely heard that the average time a hiring manager spends looking at a resume is about 15 seconds. With such a short time being spent, you have to make sure your resume meets some basic requirements. Below is a checklist of things you should go through before submitting your resume for scrutiny. It… Read more »

Becoming a Better Manufacturing Leader

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Managing a manufacturing facility is the same as it is in most industries: You have to have an effective leadership style. A great manufacturing manager should also have knowledge of their industry, in addition to the people skills that allow them to manage workers. Based on the industry and the customer, a manufacturing leader may… Read more »

Why You Should Consider Taking a Temporary Job

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Temporary employment isn’t only for entry-level professionals or college students on a summer break. In fact, businesses often turn to more experienced professionals when they need help on a deadline-driven assignment. Companies may also turn to experienced temporary workers when a project calls for specialized abilities the company doesn’t already have on its permanent staff…. Read more »

Why Employee Recognition Could Greatly Benefit Your Business

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It’s well-known that identifying and rewarding workers for exceptional work, leads to higher worker satisfaction. It’s also common knowledge that happy workers are crucial to the lasting success of any business. Numerous research studies confirm the more workers enjoy what they do, the harder they work and the less likely they are to leave the… Read more »

Clerical Skills You Need to Have For the Job

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Clerical abilities are those associated with running a company or keeping an office properly structured. These abilities are required for various jobs, not just to work as an office assistant and workers in almost every industry need clerical abilities. Here is a list of the top clerical abilities employers want to see in their applicants…. Read more »

Tired of Working on the Floor In Manufacturing? Consider an HR Career

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While a desk job might sound a bit too uptight and even mundane for someone currently working in manufacturing, experience working on the floor of a production facility can make someone very valuable in a human resources position. HR workers with manufacturing experience understand the business better than those who have only worked in an… Read more »

Win a Warehouse Job Over the Younger Candidate

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With a new wave of young, able-bodied Millennials emerging as the next generation workforce, it can be difficult for older industrial professionals to find work if they have been out of a job for a certain amount of time. While pitching knowledge and years of expertise to the hiring manager can give older workers an… Read more »