What to Consider When Hiring New Staff for Your Warehouse

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Your warehouse needs to function like a well-oiled machine to get the job done right. All hands on deck are needed to keep things moving, so hire wisely. Whether you’re filling permanent or temporary positions, the candidates you choose have the power to either make the team stronger than ever or bring everyone down. The… Read more »

5 Tips For Showing Off What Your Resume Can’t

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Not to brag, but your resume is pretty great. You spent a lot of time polishing it, and your efforts have landed you a job interview. This is definitely exciting, but don’t get ahead of yourself, because the process has only just begun. Your resume got your foot in the door. Now you need to… Read more »

Protecting Your Workers From Injuries

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When employees step foot into your warehouse, their health and safety falls into your hands. Nothing is more important than ensuring they end their shifts in the same physical condition as they started, so you need to do everything possible to keep them out of harm’s way. Unfortunately, on-the-job injuries are all too common. In… Read more »

3 Ways Ecommerce is Affecting the Warehouse Industry

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The retail industry is undergoing a major transformation. More brick-and-mortar stores might shut their doors in 2017 — upwards of 8,600 — than ever before, according to brokerage firm Credit Suisse. Consumers haven’t stopped spending money, they’ve just found a different way to do it — online shopping. Tech-savvy millennials are the largest generation in… Read more »

Should I Be Investing in a Company Wellness Program?

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Happy, healthy employees are the key to a productive workforce, but you already know that.  However, despite realizing the link between employee health and a dynamic work ethic, you have yet to institute a company wellness program. Excluding government entities, 59 percent of employers in all industries offer general wellness programs, according to the Society… Read more »

Addressing Gaps in Your Employment

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Potential employers carefully review your resume, so if you have an employment gap, it won’t go unnoticed. However, this is only a big deal if you make it one, so tackle the issue head-on. Whether you were fired from your last job or stepped away from the workforce to take care of a family member,… Read more »

Considering Relocating for a Job? Ask These Questions First

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You applied for an out-of-town job on a fluke, but in a shocking turn, that position is now yours — if you want it. Receiving a job offer is always exciting, but now that reality has set in, it’s time to decide if you want to pack up and move. On one hand, starting a… Read more »

Your Questions Matter!

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Since being invited to interview for a job you really want, you’ve prepared a response for every possible question you could be asked. Now it’s time to turn the tables and create a list of good, knowledgeable questions for the interviewer. Many employers expect you ask questions that go beneath the surface, and doing so… Read more »

Why They’re Not Getting to Your Resume

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If you’ve been applying for jobs like crazy, but hearing nothing back, your cover letter might be the problem. Often overlooked as a mere formality, this essential document can make or break your chances of scoring an interview. When a cover letter fails to leave an in impression, it often lands in the trash right… Read more »

Are You Getting a Great Investment Out of Your Employees?

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At many companies, employees are hired, thrown into the job and left to their own devices for the duration of their employment. If they want to keep their skills up-to-date, they’re forced to do it on their own time and dollar. What many employers don’t realize is creating a learning culture in the workplace is… Read more »