Recruiting Vs. Going Solo: Why Hire Out Your…Hiring?

Recruiting Vs. Going Solo: Why Hire Out Your…Hiring?

If it’s time to expand your staff, but you’re in the middle of preparing for the busy holiday season, finding new employees can seem overwhelming. With the prospect of hours reading through applications, multiple rounds of interviews, filing extensive paperwork for insurance and liability and payroll, and still trying to manage your business, you could be tempted to just divvy…

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Resumes: Personal Information, Qualifications, and The Rest Is History (Literally)

Resume composition is a huge part of the job hunt and hiring process, since it’s essentially your “business card” for potential employers, showing them how to contact you, what you offer, and how you can be a benefit to them with your qualifications and skills. We all know that a business card must be well put together, organized, eye-catching, and,…

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Personal Devices in the Office and Why They Can Be Bad for Your Business

In today’s technology-rich era, personal devices are practically a way of life. You will find it difficult to locate individuals who don’t own a smart phone, personal computer, tablet, or any combination of these items. Because so many employees are bringing these devices into the workplace, business owners and/or managers might notice it affecting their staff, and those effects aren’t…

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How A Staffing Service Improves Your Chances of Getting A Job

In an article by Career Builder, http://www.careerbuilder.com/advice/3-benefits-to-using-a-staffing-firm-in-your-job-search, author Debra Auerbach discusses how utilizing staffing services improve the chances of candidates finding, and keeping, a job. She looks at 3 major aspects of recruiters and how that plays into their relationship with both business clients and applicants, and then shows how those aspects play into building a long-term employment relationship. Essentially,…

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