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Make a great first impression at your next job interview

Studies show that the first impression you make on others has a lasting effect on how they think about and remember you. This is especially true when it comes to job interviews. The way you present yourself, even if you are meeting a recruiter for only a few minutes, can dictate the entire course of your… Read more »

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Overworked and stressed out employees in an office environment

Look around your workplace for a moment. Do you see bright smiling faces, or do you see employees looking stressed out and downtrodden? It’s easy for employees to become overworked, overwhelmed, and just plain stressed to the max. Working too much seems like the norm. According to a Gallup poll, nearly 50% of Americans said… Read more »

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2020 New Years Resolutions

New Year resolutions have become a fad. They really put a lot of pressure on people. The truth is that more people fail to stay committed and very few actually overcome the challenges that are inevitable. Not many will have a New Year resolution like that of Mark Zuckerberg who wanted to build an artificial… Read more »

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Office holiday party. Stay staffed during the holidays with temporary employees.

Over the summer months when your best employees are out on vacation, and well into the busy holiday season ahead, it can be difficult to manage the demands of your company without adequate staff. This is why it’s never too early to start planning for the holiday season now. One of the most flexible, cost-effective,… Read more »

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Congratulations to our National Staffing Associate of the Year

Did you know? More than three million temporary and contract employees work for America’s staffing companies during an average week. And, more than 50% of all temporary staff say that temping is a great way to gain permanent employment.  Staffing employees work in industries across the board from Industrial to Office-Clerical, Administrative, Health Care, Professional, and many more…. Read more »

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Temporary employees in an office

Hiring temporary workers in Lancaster, PA provides needed manpower during times of intense productivity without the commitment of permanent work contracts. The cost-effectiveness of the strategy depends on the smooth integration of temporary workers and their ability to complement the skills of the existing workforce. Disruption is a possibility. Ere contributors, Tony Kubica and Sara… Read more »

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Employee handbook

An employee handbook protects both the employer and the employee. The handbook serves as a guide for both parties concerning behavior, rules, and policies. A handbook also provides safety policies that employees and the employer are expected to follow. If effectively enforced, an employee handbook eliminates ambiguity, improves safety, and assigns appropriate accountability. The Small… Read more »

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Professional man and woman ready for an interview

You just got the call. “We’ve reviewed your resume and would love to schedule a time for you to come in and interview with us.” Congrats! You have a foot in the door. Now, it’s time to prepare for your interview. Your resume, application, and materials are all ready to go, but what about your… Read more »

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Interview awkwardness. Avoid oversharing during your next interview.

Avoid oversharing during your next interview Are you wondering why you didn’t get a call back for a second interview? Maybe you “overshared.” Here’s how to strike the right balance. 1. Always let the interviewer set the tone Pay attention to their body language and tone and let them take the lead. 2. Keep it… Read more »

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As of March 2019, the number of job openings rose to 7.5 million, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In contrast, quit rates remained steady at 2.3 percent. Layoffs and discharges increased slightly to 1.1 percent. Job openings increased in the following industries: transportation, warehousing, utilities, construction, and real estate. However, the number… Read more »