How To Create a Job Posting that Attracts Top Talent

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Your job postings are often candidates’ first touch point with your company – and you only get one chance to make a good first impression. Competition is hotter than ever in today’s candidate-driven labor market, so be sure your postings are crisp, clear, attractive, and compelling, so they convert job seekers into applicants. Be strategic… Read more »

Stay Healthy at Work With These Tips

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In the landscpae of the modern workplace and work environment, looking after your physical and mental health can be challenging. The obvious concerns now are fighting Covid-19, the flu, RSV, and similar bugs. But while that’s critically important, it’s part of a bigger picture: keeping it all in balance. Doing so can be even harder… Read more »

How Might You Give BETTER Negative Feedback?

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Giving negative feedback is never fun. As a manager or supervisor, it can be difficult to give someone honest feedback without it feeling personal. At the end of the day, you want to be as honest and sincere as you can be with your staff. Here are some ways to help you give negative feedback… Read more »

Should You Ever Turn Down the Opportunity for a Job Interview?

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Ghosting a job interview or professional conversation is never a good idea. You don’t want to leave someone hanging. It comes off as unprofessional. However, you don’t have to take the initial interview or conversation if you don’t want to. While you shouldn’t go turning down every interview, there are some you should pass up…. Read more »

Are You Being Ghosted During Your Hiring Process? This Might Be Why…

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Candidate ghosting is increasingly common. A significant number of candidates are not showing up for interviews, responding to job offers, or beginning work on the start date.   Ghosting became even more common when the coronavirus pandemic hit. More employees leaving their jobs meant there were more job openings. Additional hiring to fill the openings… Read more »

How Will the Reemergence of the Manufacturing Industry Impact Your Job Search?

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The manufacturing industry took a major hit during the Great Recession, but it’s slowly bouncing back. In fact, manufacturing output has increased 30% since the end of the recession — growing at roughly twice the pace of the economy overall — according to a recent White House report. Additionally, movements such as the Reshoring Initiative… Read more »

These Tips Will Help You Reach Out to Recruiters on LinkedIn

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You’re ready to find a new job, and you need tips that will help you reach out to recruiters on Linkedin. Whether you’ve been unsuccessfully searching for awhile or simply know you’ll have better luck with a staffing professional on your side, you want to connect with a recruiter on LinkedIn. Since this is something… Read more »

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 »