Didn’t Get the Job? Learn From Experience

It doesn’t feel great when you’re not chosen for a job you really wanted. Going through the interview process, learning about the job and meeting people you would be working alongside is exciting, so it’s only natural to get your hopes up. You didn’t get the outcome you wanted this time, but you did gain Read more »

How Can You Position Yourself for Success?

Scoring the job you want requires a great deal of time and effort. Many candidates think submitting a well-written, tailored resume is all it takes, but that’s just a small part of it. You’ll get from your job search exactly what you put into it, so give it your all. Put yourself out there and Read more »

Why You Should Consider Cultural Fit

Adding a new person to your team is a huge decision. If you get lucky, you might find a candidate who has all the skills you need — including those nice-to-haves — and a winning personality to match, but it doesn’t always work that way. When you find someone with all the right qualifications, it’s Read more »

It’s Time to Reposition Your Weakness

Job interviews aren’t meant to be easy. Hiring managers purposefully ask tough questions because they want to see the real you. Designed to make you sweat, “What is your greatest weakness?” is frequently on their list of interview questions. Revealing a weakness to a hiring manager you’re trying to impress might seem counterintuitive, but it Read more »

Why You Should Promote a Culture of Learning

Creating a culture of learning in your company does more than promote professional development for your team. It tells your team you are invested in them and their professional growth. Self-improvement is also an extremely healthy state of mind that makes for a highly capable and reliable employee. Do your company and its employees a 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 »

Staffing Exclusive: Hiring Leaders vs. Hiring Managers

If you want to propel your business to the top of your industry, you will need to reimagine your definition of the word management. Managing a business means doing just enough to keep it afloat. This is why it is important to remember you should be looking for a leader, and not just a supervisor, Read more »

Flux in Staff? These Strategies Will Keep Morale High

Morale is more than a Mindset Morale is defined as the energy behind a team or employee’s willingness to persevere toward a goal. Often, we see low morale manifest itself not as a direct lack of productivity, but rather, a begrudging effort – a willingness to work to keep one’s job and pay the bills, Read more »

Gauging Employee Satisfaction

With voluntary turnover rates increasing year after year, have you ever wondered if there was something you could do to prevent workers from jumping ship before they’ve already put in their two week notice? Having an informed perspective of company morale will keep you from losing your most precious assets, your employees. Pay attention If Read more »

Tips for Helping Your Employees Create a Work-Life Balance

For too long, light industrial companies, along with many others, have ignored the importance of establishing a healthy work-life balance for their warehouse employees. Often, light industrial professionals were expected to be robotic in their output. If their numbers declined, they would be terminated without any questions as to what may have led to the Read more »