5 Ways to Get Your Social Media Profiles Ready for Your Job Search

Now more than ever, hiring managers and recruiters are turning to social media to learn more about job candidates. They want to find out more about whom they might call in for an interview or extend a job offer. As a result, you want your social media profiles to reveal only the information you want… Read More »

How to Handle No-Call, No-Show Employees

A no-call, no-show employee is one who doesn’t call to say they can’t come in and doesn’t show up for their scheduled shift. When this happens, it disrupts your flow of business. Employees need to notify you when they’re unable to make it to work on time. Otherwise, you have the stressful process of finding… Read More »

Get Your Resume in Front of Employers with These 5 Tips

Having a hiring manager look at your resume is one of the first steps in finding a job. With increasing competition, it’s important that your resume stands out and shows why the manager should call you to set up an interview. Implement these five tips to increase the odds of getting your resume in front… Read More »

Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2020

Recruiting is the lifeblood of your company. You need talented employees to keep business operations smoothly running. Because the efficiency and effectiveness of your recruiting process continues to evolve, you need to stay on top of what’s happening in your industry to continue finding and keeping the most qualified talent. Here are four recruiting trends… Read More »

5 Bad Work Habits to Leave in the Past

Bad work habits can inhibit your professional success. Whether you’re not clearly communicating with coworkers, being disorganized, or showing up late for meetings, your habits affect the people around you. Since bad habits don’t get you what you want, you need to take action to change them. Because it takes at least three weeks to… Read More »

Are You Prepared for the Retirement of Baby Boomers?

Each day from 2011 to 2029, approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers will reach the traditional retirement age of 65. Born between 1946 and 1964, Boomers are the first generation to face preparing for retirement on their own. Since many aren’t ready to leave the workforce when they reach age 65, your company may be affected. Here… Read More »

Experiencing Radio Silence During Your Job Search? 4 Tips to Gain Momentum.

After what felt like a successful job interview, you might wait a significant amount of time without hearing back about a potential offer. There may be a variety of reasons for this. Maybe the manager left on vacation and will make a hiring decision when they return. Perhaps they asked HR to extend an offer… Read More »

4 Ways to Make Your Warehouse Safer During the Winter

Since warehouses have simple designs, they aren’t made to protect against cold. As a result, working in the winter months can cause damage. With doors opening and closing throughout the day, snow, ice, and cold winds enter. Letting snow inside your warehouse can create a slippery environment, potentially injuring employees or damaging equipment. Fortunately, you… Read More »

5 Unique Recruiting Tactics to Discover Skilled Employees

Finding skilled employees can be challenging. No matter how much time and money you invest, you don’t always know which sourcing methods are best or which hires will remain the longest. For these reasons, you need to get creative with your recruiting methods to find the talent you need. Here are five unique recruiting tactics… Read More »

Your Career Checklist: Comparing a Bad Job vs. a Bad Day

Like everyone else, you have bad days at work. You may have a conflict with a coworker, forget to bring your lunch, or have to work late and miss an important event. However, when you repeatedly have bad days that turn into weeks or months, there may be a bigger problem. Here are some tips… Read More »