Posts Tagged: Houston Staffing Solutions

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There’s a lot of advice out there about what to include on your resume. However, it’s equally important to think about the things that should get left off. Resumes exist on a thin line. HR folks sift through a lot of them each time a position gets posted. They aren’t in a mood for any… Read more »

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You’ve worked hard – toiled long hours, spent copious amounts on promotion and advertising, painstakingly cultivated just the right kind of clientele – to build your staffing firm. You’ve created a strong brand and it’s getting good results. Almost too good. You’ve done such an excellent job developing your brand that you’re getting work orders… Read more »

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The one part of the job application that seems like someone else’s job. Unfortunately, job references don’t really work like that. If you want to ensure you get a dynamite recommendation – ideally, your reference while start to tear up a bit when describing you – you need to set the groundwork. You first must… Read more »

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Temporary assignments are a great way to get your foot in the door of great employers. Whether you’re switching careers, just starting out in the workforce, getting back into the workforce or between jobs, temporary assignments provide a host of opportunities. But can you turn a temporary assignment into a full-time opportunity? Not All Temporary… Read more »

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No matter what your company produces or what services you provide, your online presence matters when it comes to recruiting great people. There was a time when you could ignore your online presence or when a simple website was enough, but those days are long gone. People rely on the internet to learn about employers… Read more »

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Recruiting firms have a responsibility to keep promises to their clients. Trying to take on too much, or accepting an order outside of your core competencies can spell disaster. There is much to be said for having the integrity to tell a client or prospect you simply don’t have the resources to deliver the results… Read more »

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The key to working with and retaining quality employees lies in the hiring process itself. If you struggle to find the best people for the job and your competitors seem to be doing better than you, the problem isn’t necessarily the candidate market. If other companies are finding great people, that means the talents and… Read more »

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According to data from OSHA, work-related accidents and injuries cost American businesses nearly $170 billion per year. Even more staggering, nearly 4,500 people die each year on the job. Staffing for safety is a must, but most employers focus their resources on training for safety once an employee is already hired. While safety training is… Read more »