Is Contract Work, Real Work?

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Contract work usually falls in line with a few keywords: flexible, temporary, and/or unstable. However, do we really understand the meaning of these words and what they mean for us when we’re looking for a job? While contract work is the core of our business, we know there’s a lot of misconceptions about it that… Read more »

From Our President: Celebrating Our Big 25!

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June 1994…Wow. Was it really 25 years ago? My wife, Amy, grew up in the staffing industry working for her dad as a temp (yes we used that word back then), a recruiter, a payroll administrator, salesperson, janitor, and anything else you can imagine. Then I dove in with her and started our company, which… Read more »

From our recruiters: Tips for Jobseekers

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The job search journey is not an easy one, but the preparation process is not any different. While there are so many resources online, how can you differentiate good and bad tips? We believe that no advice is better than from those who sit in the hiring chairs themselves; recruiters and hiring managers. Our recruiters… Read more »

From our President: Meet Jack

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Our company started almost 25 years ago, and we have seen the ups and downs in our industry over and over. We have thrived thus far striving to be the best at what we do. We keep the “people” in the “people” business. Right now, there are considerably more open jobs than there are job… Read more »

Putting Our Candidates in the Spotlight

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Ever wonder what really matters in the workplace? Making the employees feel appreciated! Awarded employees typically will: 1. Be more productive – since they are awarded for their work, it only makes sense to continue that same work ethic! 2. Enjoy work – they feel like their work makes an impact and will focus with… Read more »

Leaders Can’t Ignore Company Culture When Unemployment is So Low

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Unemployment is at an all-time low, which means that there’s not a huge pool of talented workers out there constantly checking your job board. Instead, the talent pool is small and those workers are going to be very selective about the jobs they take. If you find someone who’s qualified to work in your company,… Read more »

Set Your Personal SMART Goals for the New Year

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It’s that time of year again, when you reflect on your personal and professional life, assess where you are, and figure out where you want to be at this time next year. By setting goals for your job and career, you’ll have something bigger than your daily tasks to strive for. Just as you’d never… Read more »

Update Your Resume to Find a New Job in 2019!

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You’ve heard the best time to update your resume is when you don’t need to. In fact, many career experts advise that you update it every couple of months to make sure you don’t forget to include your most-recent achievements, professional development, or quantifiable metrics. If you wait until you really need your resume, chances… Read more »

What Micromanaging Really Does to a Team

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Most people don’t enjoy having someone watch over their shoulder when they’re trying to work. But many managers do just that—and not with bad intentions. They want to make sure their employees are performing their jobs correctly so they can put the company in the best possible position for success. But there’s a downside. And… Read more »

Improve Your Speaking Techniques to Become a Better Leader

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A good leader needs to speak and speak effectively. Whether it’s in small team meetings, large presentations, or one-on-one meetings, leaders will speak every single day. And you can’t simply lecture to your employees, you have to influence them and motivate them to act in the best interest of your company. Here are some tips… Read more »