Posts Tagged: Debbie’s Staffing

Fine-Tune Your Time Management Skills with These Tips

There are 24 hours in every day, but only so many of them are usable.  But how do you know you’re getting the most out of them?  Time management is a very important set of skills to help use your waking portion of those hours in the best possible way, both at work and at… Read more »

Why You Should Grow Talent From Within the Company

The day will inevitably come when a leadership position opens in your company and a search will have to begin to fill the job.  Where do you start looking? If it’s not within your own team of employees, you might be looking in the wrong place.  There are benefits to promoting from within instead of… Read more »

Love What You Do: Practical Ways to Find Joy in Your Work

find joy in your work

Going to work is called the daily grind for a reason. It’s so easy to fall into the routine of everything: Get up, go to work, do the same thing as yesterday, come home, do it all again tomorrow. It can be exhausting and maybe a little demoralizing.  If work is just a paycheck, just… Read more »

The Rules To Know for Sanding Wood

As a craftsman or woman, you want the furniture you make to be strong, durable, and beautiful. The best place to start is with a good, solid foundation, and that includes knowing how to properly sand wood to bring out its luster and reduce unsightly imperfections.  Where to Begin Begin with a good, coarse grit, starting… Read more »

Is Your Hiring Process Too Long? This is What Could Happen

Hiring process too long

When the time comes to find a new employee, hiring managers want to make sure they’ve done their due diligence in collecting a good number of resumes and reviewing many of them.  There comes the point when the hiring and interview process just takes too long, and the best candidates have already been scooped up… Read more »

How to Choose Between Two Great Candidates

Choosing between two candidates

It’s a double-edged sword, a blessing and a curse: The job posting that’s been open for quite some time resulted in a handful of really great, qualified candidates who aced their interviews. They were charming and had great potential. After much internal discussion and debate, you’re down to two final candidates, both of which would… Read more »

The Benefits of Working with a Staffing Firm 1/3: Advice

Staffing Agency Advice

Looking for a new job is hard work. It can require long hours, several revisions to your resume and cover letter, countless interviews, and, unfortunately, sending out applications and never hearing back. It can be a very frustrating process with seemingly no end in sight.  But have you considered working with a staffing firm?  Staffing… Read more »

4 Ways AI Can Transform Your Recruiting Strategy

AI Can Transform Your Recruiting Strategy

There are so many tools HR specialists and hiring managers can use in their recruitment efforts to find and attract the best, most qualified candidates.  But could you do more by doing less and leaving the rest to artificial intelligence?  AI has been around, to varying degrees, for years now. Still, it’s only recently started… Read more »

A 24/7 Staffing Partner is Essential to Your Business

Staffing Partner is Essential

HR managers and recruiters are busy people. They wear many hats, juggle a multitude of projects at any given moment and need to keep a steady eye on which positions are in need of attention.  Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to get a little assistance with this important and demanding work? … Read more »

5 Things You Should Avoid Including on Your Resume

Your resume is the first introduction, and impression, you have to a potential employer. You want to make it a dazzling and impressive one, but it’s possible to go too far when it comes to detailing your work experience.  You want your resume to tell the highlights of your career, pointing out your successes and… Read more »

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