Posts Tagged: General Labor Staffing

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Phone interviews have become an increasingly common addition to the job recruitment process. Hiring managers like them because they place a relatively inexpensive buffer between the blind crap shoot of the resume-vetting process and the time-consuming, schedule-dependent slog that can make up the in-person interview stage. Also, the phone interview allows companies to widen their… Read more »

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The staffing industry is a complicated and diverse business. Working in a large metropolitan market, like the Houston area, it’s difficult to keep up with an evolving job market, driven by changing worker expectations and developing technology. It’s also challenging to have a fluid business environment, marked by shifting demands from clients about skill and… Read more »

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No doubt safety represents a big investment at your company. You likely spend large amounts of time and resources preventing accidents. But not all work-related injuries come from sudden mechanical failures or dangerous employee mishaps. Some are the result of the normal course of business: workers doing the same tasks over and over again, eventually… Read more »

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If you are looking for a job in the Houston general labor market, you may want to brush up on your interpersonal skills. These skills can help you maintain a diplomatic edge in the workplace and can foster cooperation between you and your co-workers. Interpersonal skills can be hard to develop, and often, they are… Read more »

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  Industrial hiring managers see a lot of candidates throughout the week, and while you may remember everything about them, it’s hard for them to remember everything about you. If you want to get the job, you have to differentiate yourself from the rest of the pack. Use these strategies to stand out against your… Read more »

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As someone who works in the staffing industry, you know the Houston market is saturated. Finding new ways to increase your profits and grow your business becomes more of a challenge every year. What if there was a way you could expand your service offerings, take on new clients and increase your billing without taking… Read more »