Recently Learn New Skills? How to Showcase Them in Your Resume

new skills job search

This year hasn’t been anything like we expected. Many of us have had to learn how to work from home, while others have been out of work since the world hit pause back in March. If you have extra time on your hands and are looking to try and find a new line of work,… Read more »

Grow Your Career by Learning How to Find Opportunities

grow your career

Take a look around. Think for a moment — how many times have you said to yourself, “I had that idea years ago!” when you see a commercial for a product you thought of in the past? Or how many times have you thought about a missed opportunity you didn’t take, one that would make… Read more »

5 Ways You Can Reduce Bias Hiring

Reduce bias hiring

Even the best, most ethical, most well-intentioned people have biases. It’s part of being human. This is how we pick our friends, our partners, how we decide who we trust and who we believe. Try as they might, even hiring managers can be unduly influenced by their own biases when it comes to candidate selection…. Read more »

Laid Off? Bounce Back with These Tips

bounce back after lay off

It’s never easy or pleasant to lose a job, even if it’s something you didn’t really love. Being out of work is tough, and this year there are more people in this position than there have been in decades.  It’s understandable to be discouraged by the change in employment status, especially if it was out… Read more »

Growing Talent Within Your Company

Growing Talent Within Company

Every company wants committed, engaged employees who stay in their positions for a long time. Long-tenured employees build institutional knowledge, help mentor younger employees, provide consistency and reliable productivity, and lead to decreased turnover.  It’s no accident when a person stays with a company for years and years, but employees who are bored or don’t… Read more »

Essential Safety Tips for Every Forklift Operator

safety tips for every forklift operator

Forklifts are no joke. They’re massive, heavy pieces of equipment that deserve respect and must be operated safely at all times.  Did you know: The Occupational Health and Safety Administration says forklifts cause an estimated 34,900 injuries and 85 fatal incidents every year? At least a quarter of those could’ve been prevented with better training. … Read more »

7 Ways to Improve Employee Satisfaction

Ways to improve employee satisfaction

Happy, satisfied employees will work harder, be more productive, and are less likely to leave unexpectedly. It is in every manager’s best interest to do what they can to boost employee satisfaction — losing employees means a loss of both productivity and institutional knowledge but also decreased morale among that person’s team. But how can… Read more »

Finding Quality Talent in the Candidate Pool

candidate pool

For every hand there is a glove, for every shoe, there is afoot. There are perfect matches everywhere — so how do hiring managers and recruiters find the best matches for their positions?  There are plenty of qualified job candidates out in the world. But finding the one that will fit a company’s culture, with… Read more »

5 Skills Every Assembler Should Have

5 skills for every assembler

Do you enjoy taking things apart, only to put them together again? Does a box of pieces and parts fill you with excitement, not dread? Can you repair an item without having any spare pieces left over?  If the answer to those questions is yes, there’s one more for you to consider: Have you ever… Read more »

Research You Should Do Before a Job Interview

interview tips

Here’s something you might not have thought about previously: Now that you have the interview, have you done your research on the company?  It’s essential to do a little homework about your potential future employer before you have an initial meeting (whether in-person or over the phone). After all, the job needs to be a… Read more »

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