Are You Unconsciously Sabotaging Your Interviews?

If you’ve been on the job market for a while now, but still haven’t received an offer, you’re probably feeling frustrated. Getting interviews hasn’t been a problem, as you’ve been on several, but nothing ever comes from them. This might be hard to accept, but the reason you’re hearing crickets could be your own fault. Read more »

How Can I Hire the Best Candidate?

As a company leader, hiring decisions are the single most important moves you make for your business. However, getting it right isn’t easy and getting it wrong can be incredibly costly. Trying to make these choices on your own is rough, but you don’t have to go it alone. When you team up with a Read more »

Getting the Most Out of a Reserved Candidate

People who are reserved often make for some of the best employees. Reserved candidates are generally more introspective, better listeners and highly observant. All of these qualities are especially important in the light industrial industry as quality control and employee safety are at the forefront of successful warehouse management. So how do you get the 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 »

Dress (Your Resume) for the Job You Want!

A loud and embellished outfit, on a man or a woman, can give off the wrong impression in an interview – you’re seeking attention, you’re vain, you’re overcompensating, you’re distracting. However, an understated, professional clothing choice, on any candidate, sends the best possible message: You have pride, you’re responsible, you’re dedicated, and you came here Read more »

Is Your Job Candidate a Leader? Here’s How to Tell

What makes a leader? Competence, experience and knowledge aside, the ideal team lead is probably a unique mix of several top qualities. While the following characteristics will ideally show themselves in all employees, leaders must have these in excess. When assessing an upcoming managerial candidate, keep the following list handy: A Leader Must Demonstrate… Honesty. Read more »

Is Your Slow Hiring Process Costing You Top Candidates?

Your goal as a hiring manager is to fill a vacant position with the best candidate as quickly as possible. If your hiring process is too lengthy, you won’t accomplish this initiative. Not only are highly qualified candidates more susceptible to be recruited by a competitor, but drawn out hiring decisions will cost your company Read more »