Keeping Your Employees Focused Over the Summer

When the weather improves and the kids are out of school, it can create a level of unrest around the office. Vacations are being planned and the heat alone can slow down productivity. Work is often the last thing on our minds on a hot summer day. Keeping your team focused over the summer is Read more »

Empowering Your Employees to Create a Safety Culture

Safety is a major issue for light industrial employers throughout the country. Not only can unsafe practices lead to damaged inventory and lost profits, it can cause serious harm to your employees. How do you create a culture of safety in the workplace? Workplace safety education is imperative to shift your team’s mindset on workplace Read more »

What You Should Listen for in a Candidate’s Elevator Pitch

A successful elevator pitch can be the single most influential element to an entire interview process. This one response can tell you everything you need to know in order to hire or disqualify a candidate. However, if you don’t know what to listen for in a candidate’s elevator pitch, you will miss out on this Read more »

What Does Performance Evaluation Mean to Your Employees?

With more and more companies moving away from traditional performance reviews, fewer employees understand how to make the most of performance evaluations. If your company is starting to look at performance reviews as a developmental and quality assurance tool, it’s important to inform your employees how they can use these reviews to benefit themselves and Read more »

How to Approach the Work-Life-Balance Concept

Approaching work-life balance with your team is complicated. Many people feel it is impossible to completely separate the two, while others find it inconvenient the two are so intertwined. Creating a healthy work-life blend or balance for your team can help improve company morale and productivity by helping employees live more complete lives. First, decide Read more »

How Technology Has Changed the Job Hunt

New grads are entering a digital job search process. With some companies operating completely remotely, it’s not uncommon for employers to not even meet their new hires in person before bringing them onboard. Through cloud sharing of information and virtual interviews, modern job seekers can apply to hundreds of jobs per week while maintaining a Read more »

Malone Acquires OmniSource Staffing

Malone Workforce Solutions announced this week that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire OmniSource Staffing.  The transition remains subject to customary closing conditions.  The transaction is targeted to close by the end of March 2017. “We are excited to be able to purchase such a solid existing staffing business and look forward to Read more »

Listing References: Who You Should Pick

The right professional reference can make or break a job hunt. While great professional references may not sway a hiring manager’s opinion too much, a bad or ill-informed reference can erase your otherwise perfect candidacy for that light industrial job in Nashville you were fighting after. Choosing the right reference takes careful consideration and involvement Read more »

Make Employee Wellness a Priority This Year

As the new year begins, individuals will be making changes to their habits, lifestyles and goals. As a company, you should too! One of the goals many companies are adopting this year is to make employee wellness a priority. Check out why this initiative is essential for your organization. Why Wellness Matters in the Workplace Read more »

The Biggest Mistakes to Avoid During Your Next Interview

Every interview is important as each is a chance to grow your network, make an impression, and – ideally – find and secure the right job for you. There are dozens of articles out there that offer up the “best” advice on how to WOW your interviewer, and some contradict each other or offer irrelevant, Read more »