Posts Tagged: Greensboro 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Key Pieces of a Resume You Need to Look for When Reviewing Applicants

Reviewing resumes is a lot of work. What are the key pieces of a resume you need to look for? Here are 3 tips that will help you target how to look at resumes. 1. Look for the key skills and experience in the job description. Think your resume review process begins when they come… Read more »

Are You Ensuring Your Company Is Active on Social Media? Candidates Will Be Looking!

Is your company active on social media? It should be. Facebook alone has close to 1 billion users every day. Instagram, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and LinkedIn have millions more. If you aren’t active on these channels, you could be losing touch with potential job candidates. Candidates Look at Social Media, Especially Younger Ones Specifically, you… Read more »

The Most Common Warehouse Injuries and How to Prevent Them

According to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), warehouse work can be riskier than work in other types of industries. Warehouses are sites were heavy equipment is used, where heavy material is loaded and unloaded, and where mechanical equipment can pose dangers is not used and maintained properly. It’s important to know the… Read more »

Great Tips to Speed Up Your Candidate Search

When you need new people to do the job in your company, you need them quickly. Unfortunately, recruiting and hiring people takes time. More than a third of companies take up to a month to hire. That’s not only a long time, it can be risky in this economic environment. The employment picture is brighter… Read more »

Do You Want to Find the Best Employees?

When you’re looking for people to hire, you want the best employees. You want people who can do the job. You want people with a “can-do” spirit, you will show up and demonstrate a good work ethic. Reliable and on-time. You also want people who can get along with other people. People who pick fights… Read more »

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