You earned an interview, and the date is set. It’s an incredible opportunity and has the potential to carry you to the next phase of your career. No pressure, right? Red flag awareness is crucial. As you prepare for your upcoming interview, here are some tips to help you out: Arrive on Time Late arrival
“I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.” — Nathan Hale, 21, 1776 Traditionally, Memorial Day is filled with BBQs, pool parties, and neighborhood bashes. The long, three-day weekend is perfect for kicking off summer. Yet, Memorial Day is so much more than that. It is about reflection, remembrance,
“All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your final destination.” – Earl Nightingale As the saying goes, “failing to plan, is planning to fail.” While this proves true for many facets of life, it is especially so in the case of a job interview. After all,
Your employees come in every day and work hard. As you look out into the workspace, things seem to be moving along. Everyone is hustling and bustling to get the job done. But is it truly productive? Has the workflow been maximized to peak production levels? Maybe it’s time to evaluate and make some changes.
“A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.” King Solomon In business, a ‘good name’ or in other words, your reputation, is everything. With today’s consumers – especially Millennials – putting stock in the values and the integrity of the companies they buy from, a compromised reputation directly affects the bottom line.
Talent-driven market. Skills gap. Gig economy. Low unemployment rate. These are the headlines that indicate it’s a challenge to engage and retain the workforce you need to thrive. Finding qualified candidates is a challenge. Covering the vacation gap is a struggle. Not mention filling in the gaps caused by turnovers. Fortunately, there’s a viable solution.
Have you been out of the workforce for a while? Perhaps you were laid off, or stayed home to take care of young children or an elderly parent – whatever your reason, getting back to work after a break can sometimes be challenging. In the time you’ve been away from the workplace, a lot may
Substance abuse has far-reaching implications for U.S. businesses. According to recent estimates, drug and alcohol abuse in the U.S. costs approximately $578 billion annually in economic loss. According to The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, the loss to U.S. companies due to employee drug and alcohol abuse totals $100 billion a year. Below
U.S. employers who hire undocumented workers are facing additional scrutiny. As a U.S. employer, you are required to confirm that each individual that you hire is a legal worker who is authorized to work in the United States. A legal worker is defined as: • Anyone who is a U.S. citizen • A noncitizen national
Finding the right job can be tough if you don’t have skills or experience. If you’ve been out of the job market for a while or just got out of school, a staffing agency can help point you in the right direction, connect you with companies that are hiring, and help you build a record