Posts Tagged: Houston Recruiting Partner

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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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Money operates as an obvious selling point when bringing in new employees. This makes sense. Candidates are looking for a good financial situation. Meanwhile, compensation provides an easily comparable statistic candidates can use to consider competing opportunities. But culture can supply an equally enticing draw. While not as easily communicated as a salary level, a… Read more »

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You don’t just work for money. Most of your waking hours get poured into your career and you want something more than a paycheck out of that time invested. You want to feel engaged. You want to feel challenged. Unfortunately, not every job ends up like that. Sometimes, you get to a point where you… Read more »

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No matter how well your customers know you or how you brand your website, promotional materials and social media profiles, your staffing agency will get calls for orders that fall outside your area of expertise. When those calls come in, you have two choices. You can either turn the business down, or take it on… Read more »

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Repetitive motions, vibration, standing, reaching, sitting, heavy lifting. The modern American workplace can be an ergonomic nightmare, wreaking long-term havoc on the body. Poor ergonomics have been proven to cause acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders and a host of other health concerns that can lead to workers’ compensation claims and unhappy, unproductive employees. If you… Read more »

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Recruiters know how much it costs their clients when a position goes unfilled for a long period of time. Those costs vary from industry to industry, but according to Accenture, U.S. manufacturing companies pay $3,500 per new hire in advertising costs alone, they see an increase of at least 10 percent in overtime costs for… Read more »

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You know you can trust DHR Staffing to help you manage changes in need and demand, but did you know that you can also trust DHR Staffing with your full-time permanent hiring needs? Hiring light industrial and labor staff can be a significant hurdle for many Houston-area companies. Getting the right people into the right… Read more »