Posts Tagged: Greensboro NC Temp Staffing

Showing Employee Appreciation Is More Important Than You May Think

Do you think keeping your employees working and paid is a sufficient method of employee appreciation? Think again. Employees are very motivated by specific actions that show they are appreciated. They tend to be more loyal to firms and supervisors that appreciate them. More loyalty equals better retention, and less time and money expended to… Read more »

When Was the Last Time You Conducted a Safety Audit?

Safety audits are very necessary to make your organization’s safety regulations and precautions are functioning at peak effectiveness. It’s also very important to note what a safety audit is not. Safety audits are not routine inspections of equipment and facilities. They are specific audits of whether the systems that have been established for safety in… Read more »

What Screenings Can Staffing Firms Provide?

The hiring process can be lengthy and complicated. Each step of it takes time. Input from multiple people is usually required. As a manager, you likely want the best and most productive employees hired in as little time as possible so your department can return to full productivity. But the hiring process can sometimes take… Read more »

What Is Your Strategy for Keeping Your Employees Working for You and Not Your Competition

In today’s employment market, demand for talented and reliable employees is very high. You need a strategy to keep your employees working for you rather than your competition. If you don’t currently have a strategy, don’t worry. Here are the key factors to include in retaining your employees. 1. Pay competitive wages Let’s face it,… Read more »

Important Questions You Should Be Asking Job Candidates

The questions you ask job candidates in an interview can reveal a great deal about how they will perform if they’re hired and about what motivates them. The best questions should give you a firm sense of who the top candidates for a position are. You should also make every effort to ask open-ended questions…. Read more »

What Are the Best Ways to Prepare for Your Interview?

A job interview is absolutely a key component of a successful job search. While every step in looking for a job matters, a great interview can make sure the job is yours. A not-so-great one, on the other hand, can make the job go to someone else. Here are three tips on the best ways… Read more »

Are You Investing in Continuous Learning for Your Employees?

Continuous learning is important in any workplace. It ensures employees do not become stagnant in their learning. Whether it’s new safety processes, learning how to operate recently purchased equipment or being groomed for a supervisory role, every workplace presents new material and new opportunities to employees. Continuous learning ensures they can take advantage of it…. Read more »

5 Ways Staffing Agencies Reduce Hiring Costs and Raise New Hire Quality

Hiring new employees can be a time-consuming and expensive undertaking. It can take months for the entire hiring process to be complete, from the development of the job posting to the final checking of references and naming a start date. The average cost to replace an employee in the United States is roughly $4,000. In… Read more »

Four Ways to Attract Passive Job Seekers to Your Job Postings

In a vibrant economy with a low unemployment rate, such as we have now, you want to attract passive job seekers to your available job postings. Passive job seekers, of course, are those who are not actively looking for a job. They already have one, are not looking for a new one, and may not… Read more »

Do You Know How to Write an Effective Cover Letter?

When you apply for a job, it’s standard practice to write a cover letter to go along with each resume. Cover letters can be crucial in landing the job. Do you know how to write an effective one? Here are 4 tips. 1. Tailor the cover letter to each job Don’t send a form cover… Read more »

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