Red Flags to Watch For During an Interview

When interviewing candidates, it’s important to see the big picture, rather than simply focusing on their responses to your questions. You can actually learn a lot about their fit for the company and interest in the position by reading between the lines. Watch Out for These 7 Red Flags Be cautious about a candidate who… Read more »

Don’t Burn Out as a Manager

Being a manager is a huge job with a lot of responsibility. It may seem like you’re permanently tasked with managing competing priorities, interpersonal conflicts and a heavy workload. Whether you’ve had this position for years or were recently promoted, it’s important to figure out how to handle the pressure now – or you could… Read more »

Making a Temporary Employee Feel Welcome

Temporary workers can be a huge asset to your team. You’re able to hire them to fill the gaps when you need some extra help, without any commitment to keep them on staff when their services are no longer needed. It’s true that these people will only be part of your team for a limited… Read more »

Does Your Resume Represent You Well?

In the past, it was perfectly acceptable to submit one general resume to every position you’re applying for, but things have changed. If you want to gain a competitive advantage these days, you’ll need to custom fit your resume to every opportunity you’re interested in. This approach may seem daunting, but it’s definitely worth the… Read more »

Balancing Fun and Productivity in the Workplace

If you think your company should be “all work and no play,” there’s a good chance you have a team of highly unsatisfied workers. When employees have fun at the office, they’re happier, more productive and retention rates are higher. Of course, you still have a business to run, so it’s important to find a… Read more »

Hiring for Retention

You’ve heard it before, but it’s always worth restating, because it’s just that important — your employees really are the most important aspect of your company. When hiring new people to join your team, it’s easy to settle for the first seemingly qualified person that submits a resume, but this practice won’t get you very… Read more »

What to Look for in a Candidate’s Thank-You Note

Career experts urge job seekers to immediately follow up with hiring managers after an interview by writing a thank-you note, so it’s surprising that most people don’t take this advice. It’s always nice to receive a message from a candidate thanking you for your time and restating their interest in the position, but of course… Read more »

Is Temp-to-Hire the Right Staffing Solution for You?

You’ve heard it a million times, but that’s only because it’s true — your employees really are the key to your company’s lasting success. When making a hiring decision, you need to be absolutely certain that you’re doing the right thing. This is where a temp-to-hire staffing solution comes in. Having the opportunity to work… Read more »

Medical Background? Claims Trainee Opportunity $15.00 Northridge

Entry opportunity to learn claims processing. Calls for quick/accurate data entry and experience or training in medical related areas. Experience with coding a huge plus! This is a career opportunity with a well established provider of employee assistance programs, they are growing and have plenty of opportunity for you! If you have these qualifications and… Read more »

Strategies to Overcome Your Biggest Hiring Challenges

As a manager, you always want to hire the best person for the job. However, finding that person — sometimes on very short notice — can seem downright impossible. It’s important to know that you’re not alone. Companies of all sizes, from many different industries, often face similar hiring challenges. Sometimes you may need to… Read more »