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You know they’re gonna be asked—and you want to prepare your answers to common interview questions to help set you apart from the pack. Plus, if you’re feeling nervous for your interview, getting your answers ready can help calm your nerves. These are two major reasons to practice common interview questions. It’s part of being… Read more »

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Change is good. Change allows your business to stay nimble, keep up with industry trends and constantly improve the product or service you offer to customers. Without it, your business will stagnate and your customer base will start to fall away. For this reason, you need employees who will embrace change, learn new policies and… Read more »

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When it comes to your resume, honesty is the best policy. Never lie about your work experience and create a situation that could result in not getting your dream job. There are strategies you should follow when explaining a gap in your work history, and they all have to do with how you position the… Read more »

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Leadership skills are important when you manage people. The ways you interact with your employees directly impacts how hard they’re willing to work for you and their dedication to your company. The best leaders inspire their followers to accomplish great things—both for themselves and for the common good. The good news is many leadership qualities… Read more »

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There’s only one you! So, during your interview, it’s important to be yourself and shine like the bright star you are! In other words, don’t give answers you think your interviewer wants to hear. Instead, answer honestly and be yourself. Why honesty is important during a job interview Interviews push most people outside their comfort… Read more »

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Safety is important for all workplaces, and especially essential for your light industrial employees. But safety practices don’t work if your employees aren’t engaged in them. The key to getting your staff on board is inspiring them to care about safety and how your established policies and procedures can benefit them. So what can you… Read more »

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Are you on task with your work goals? Most employers will review your performance twice a year—annually and at mid-year—to assess the possibility for raises and promotions. However, as you work hard and grow within your company, be sure you’re on the right track. After all, it’s better to know ahead of time if you… Read more »

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Your staffing partner is a key ingredient in your recipe for success. A staffing agency contributes to your output and the processes by which your company runs by supplying high-quality, experienced workers. Finding the right staff helps you remain competitive in the marketplace through product consistency, as well as the creativity and innovation of top… Read more »

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It’s not just the words you say during an interview that count. It’s also what you don’t say; your posture and the way you present yourself can make or break your success. As we continue with the next post in our interview series, it’s time to discuss nonverbal communication and what it means for your… Read more »

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It’s tough being the new kid! But this is something temporary employees must deal with on a regular basis—getting to know new co-workers, new surroundings and a new job. Though temporary employees get used to the regular flux of new positions, you can still take steps to help ease their transition to your company. The… Read more »