Posts Tagged: Debbie’s Staffing

Does Your Current Company Value You?

In some companies, it’s very easy to tell if employees are valued. They are praised, given raises and bonuses, and become good friends with their supervisors.   In other companies, though, it’s not so easy to tell. Some supervisors – and some organizational cultures – think open praise and friendship may not be good incentives…. Read more »

Improve Your Company’s Brand Image with These 5 Tips

A brand is a key component of attracting customers. Think of one of the most clearly branded companies in the world: McDonald’s. Customers are getting a clean, convenient place to eat with a known, stable menu that has proven its customer satisfaction over decades. A brand should bring the characteristics and products of your company… Read more »

Seven Things You Can Do to Boost Your Confidence

When you’re looking for a job, your confidence might not be at an all-time high. After all, job searches involve some degree of rejection. No one is hired for all the positions they interview for. Interviews are also situations where applicants are judged – and the very fact of being judged can be stressful and… Read more »

Work Smarter and Not Harder With These 3 Tips

In today’s busy world, you may feel you’re working as hard as you possibly can. You can’t be more productive, you feel. One way to deal with that feeling is to work smarter, not harder. These three tips will help you work smarter. Recharge frequently People are actually more productive if they recharge frequently. In… Read more »

5 Great Ways to Follow up After Your Job Interview

Think you’re done once you walk out of the interview? Think again! Follow-up actions are very important in clinching the interview and getting the job. Here are five great ways to follow up after your interview to increase your chances of getting the job. Write a thank-you email or letter It’s very important to write… Read more »

5 Ways to Make a Great First Impression

When you’re interviewing for a job or meeting potential co-workers, it’s important to make a great first impression. Whether it’s fair or not, people make snap judgments about others – their poise, their confidence, even their competence and their likability. First impressions happen in a matter of seconds, not minutes. Let’s put it this way:… Read more »

Follow These Steps to Hiring the Best Light Industrial Talent

In today’s job market, it can be tough to find qualified people. How do you make sure you get the best light industrial talent? Follow these five steps. Write a comprehensive job description for the position You must specify the skills and qualifications needed. Think of the job description as a two-way street. For the… Read more »

How to Improve Your Vocabulary and Wow Them at the Job Interview

How to Improve Your Vocabulary and Wow Them at the Job Interview Do you worry you don’t express yourself clearly enough? Or do people sometimes use words that leave you wondering what they mean? Do you run across words when scanning the internet that you don’t know? Improving your vocabulary is the key to solving… Read more »

The 5 Best Ways to Foster Positive Company Culture

A company’s culture is an  important element. Yes, what a company makes and its profit picture matter, of course! Without excellent products and clients buying them, no organization can stay in business very long. But it’s a company’s culture that determines whether employees look forward to coming to work every day. It’s a company’s culture… Read more »

Seven Ways to Reduce Your Light Industrial Employee Turnover

Turnover can be a problem for light industrial employers. It can dampen productivity, as the hiring process and initial training periods can impact productivity. Productivity can particularly be hit during times of record employment levels like the U.S. is currently experiencing, because finding people who are looking for a job or want to make a… Read more »

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