Should You Let a Candidate Know when they Didn’t Get the Job?

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During the interview process you’ll meet a lot more people than just the one right candidate for the job. After all the interviews you may want to focus solely on making a job offer and getting your next new employee started. What about the rest of the candidates? Should you let a candidate know when… Read more »

How to Become a Safety Leader in the Workplace

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Just because you’re a temporary employee doesn’t mean you can’t make a good impression or be a leader on the job. Safety is always a key concern for warehouse or industrial environments. If you stand out among your peers as a candidate who takes safety very seriously you may find yourself in a position to… Read more »

Why You Should be Hiring for Potential – and Not Just Credentials

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Hiring for skills is just one of the many facets of making the right decision on a new employee. Reading a resume and having one or two meetings may not paint the entire picture. Since the recession hit employers have been taking a hard line when it comes to hiring for skills. They want to… Read more »

5 Tips for Standing Out on Your First Day at a Temp Position

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Temporary employees often have a different experience from their permanent counterparts on their first day. Sometimes a company is ill-prepared. As frustrating as that can be, it is important to maintain your professionalism and prove to them that you can make a great first impression. Your first day on a temp job could be the… Read more »