Make Mom Feel Special All Year Long!

Make Mom Feel Special All Year Long!

Mother’s Day is just a few days away! Are you ready? While flowers, gifts, and breakfast in bed are great, what if there was a way to celebrate Mom all year long? PHR Staffing Solutions supports mothers and truly believes they are superheroes for what they take on each day. Making mom feel special for a day is fun for…

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Successful Interviews, from A Distance!

Did telework become part of your life over the last couple of years? While working from home has many benefits (no commute, access to your home’s amenities during the day, and comfort), there are also aspects of your workday that can be complicated when working remotely. For those who are currently unemployed and in the application and interview process though,…

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New Home, New Career: PHR Staffing Solutions Welcomes You to Florida

A move to a new place can be exciting, but it can also be stressful and is certainly busy. Managing the transition from one home to another can take a lot of time and effort, and simply getting your new house set up and functional for daily life is a long process on its own. If you are adding a…

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Decking the Halls (or Your Cubicle) This Holiday Season

With Christmas following so closely on the heels of Thanksgiving this year, many people are already diving into the holiday spirit early, and part of celebrating this time of year is decorating your space! From putting up the family Christmas tree, to blowing out your entire home (or your apartment patio) with lights, surrounding yourself with sights of the season…

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Admin Assistant 101: Tips for Landing The Job

Here at PHR Staffing Solutions, we hire for companies of all kinds, which means we are continually looking for applicants with a wide variety of skill sets. However, one of the most popular office-environment jobs we receive from employers is that for an administrative assistant (or a similar position) so we’ve learned a thing or two about what makes the…

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It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Business: How the Upcoming Holidays Can Boost Your Career

So, who’s coming down from the post-Halloween candy crash today and dreading the day ahead? If you’re like most, the day after Halloween (and it’s trick-or-treating madness) doesn’t just affect your kids…it takes a toll on us adults as well. Not only were bedtimes thrown off, sugar levels off the charts, and the morning school routine 100x harder than usual,…

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Finding A Job Is Nothing to Fear: How PHR Makes It Easy

Halloween is quickly coming up, and stores all over Polk County are putting out their scariest displays to promote buying all the costumes, candy, and decor people will need to make the holiday fun. If you’re currently unemployed though and facing a job hunt, you might be afraid of much more than a spooky skeleton or plastic gravestones. We know…

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Financial Responsibility During Unemployment: Tips to Manage Your Money in The Hard Times

Unemployment is tough, and while it wears on self-esteem and independence, seasons of going without a job are perhaps mostchallenging on your finances. Having no regular income you can count on means bills accumulate, debt grows, and you’re eft stressed out and struggling to make it from month to month. While there’s no guarantee that you can weather seasons of…

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From College to Career: Tips on Dressing Your Best for Your First Ever Interview

Stepping out into the working world as an adult is an exciting time, so congratulations on making it to this point in your life! Whether you’re coming straight out of high school and hitting the career path, or you’re a recent graduate who is ready to land your first big job, going through the job search and interview process can…

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Here’s Your Proof: How Poor Writing (And Lack of Proofreading) Can Affect Your Job Search

We were all taught some important skills in our school days when it comes to writing, not the least of which is proofreading your work. Unfortunately, those middle and high school lessons tend to go out the door when we reach adulthood and no longer need a good grade on a term paper to get into college or pass a…

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