Basic Tech Knowledge You Need for Any Job in 2019!

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Technology has transformed the modern workplace and makes employees more efficient and productive. Having a basic idea of certain tech knowledge tends to make you a more desirable candidate and can increase your chances of landing a job. Here are some specific types of technology you’ll need to be familiar with in 2019. Microsoft Microsoft… Read more »

5 Ways to Turn Your Job Into a Career

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You got a temp job — great! You love it — even better! Now it’s time to follow these five tips to turn your job into a full-time career. 1. Learn as Much as You Can About the Company A big part of succeeding at any job is knowing the company inside and out. And… Read more »

4 Soft Skills Every Manager Needs to Succeed

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Managers require a unique set of skills to be successful. They need technical (or hard) skills like industry knowledge and knowledge of organizational processes. But, they also need some specific soft skills that aren’t always so obvious. Here are four of the most important soft skills to look for when hiring for a management position…. Read more »

Best Ways to Improve Your Relationship With Your Staffing Agency!

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Partnering with a staffing agency is a smart move for many businesses. This gives you access to a vast network of skilled employees and can dramatically improve your recruiting as well as other areas of operations. But in order to succeed, it’s crucial to build a strong relationship with your staffing agency. Here are some… Read more »

6 Safety Precautions Warehouse Workers Can Take Into Their Own Hands

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Working in a warehouse means you’re exposed to certain dangers on a daily basis. Whether it’s dealing with pallet racks, driving a forklift or loading/unloading materials, you need to be aware of your surroundings and remain diligent about safety. While your employer likely makes significant efforts, there are several ways you can take safety into… Read more »

How to Make the Right Connection in the Cover Letter

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Studies show recruiters receive an average of 250 cover letters for each job position, and they spend an average of five to seven seconds looking at each one. To be effective, you must make a connection in your cover letter and do it quickly. Here are best practices to accomplish that quick connection and increase… Read more »