Focus Wins ClearlyRated’s 2020 Best of Staffing Award for Client Satisfaction!

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It is with great pleasure that we announce, Focus of Georgia has earned ClearlyRated’s 2020 Best of Staffing award for Client Satisfaction. We are so grateful and humble to help serve our clients in all their business needs. The ClearlyRated award is calculated by measuring client satisfaction with Net Promoter® Score, identifying members on your… Read more »

Nervous About the Phone Interview? Don’t Be!

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Phone interviews are not exactly a new normal for us at Focus of Georgia, but they’re important as ever as we continue to social distance and encouraging our clients to do the same. While in person interviews are already nerve-wrecking (yes, we get it!) we imagine phone interviews hold a similar feeling for our candidates…. Read more »

A Note of Thanks from Our President Bryan

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An internet search will tell you that the average lifespan of a company is around 15 years. I’m happy and proud to say that our company, Focus, just finished our 26th year in business! How can a business outlast the average lifespan of businesses by more than 11 years? Well, that answer is really simple:… Read more »

How to Crush your Video Job Interview – Advice for Candidates

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Video interviews are becoming common. Make sure you’re ready to get in front of the camera by following these video interview tips. Right now, many companies are shifting to a virtual hiring process. If you’re looking for a new gig, most of your interviews will move to video, with the help of tech services like… Read more »

Your Well-Being is Important to Focus

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Featured photo provided by CDC Hand Washing Campaign. View the full poster here. As a valued member of the Focus of Georgia team, your health and well-being are important to us. While many questions regarding the novel coronavirus remain unanswered at this time, there are practical, commonsense ways for you to take care of yourself,… Read more »

Texting tips for Employees

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While texting is not a new form of communication, but it’s definitely been a feature our recruiters and staff use on a daily basis. Texting is not only common but it’s a casual form of communication because we text friends, family, and other co-workers. However, texting can be a zone where we must be cautious…. Read more »

Guest Post: Things You Need to Do Before Changing Your Career

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Choosing to shift from one career to another is a hard decision, and is definitely not something to be taken lightly. In essence, it’s an investment in both your time and money — and as with all investments, it requires a decent amount of research and information before you can make an informed decision. That… Read more »

Message from our President: Happy New Year!

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The holidays come and go every year and I so enjoy a little down time with our family and friends…but then reality hits me and I get to go back to work and get back in my normal routine. Maybe I’m a little weird, but I’m more comfortable getting back to a normal schedule of… Read more »

Does Your Resume Need to Stay at One Page?

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We’ve all heard the line before, “Keep your resume to one page. Recruiters prefer it!” or “Anything more than one page is too long!” While each recruiter is different, there are some standard recruiting procedures our recruiters take when it comes to a resume and evaluating it for a potential job opening. How Many Pages… Read more »

Five C’s for Video Job Interviews

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Video job interviews have become a big thing in the industry as we’re moving toward getting to more candidates faster without having them come into our office, if it’s inconvenient for them. With any piece of new technology we adopt there’s always going to be common mistakes that happen. Even if you’re tech-savvy there’s always… Read more »