How to Handle Holiday Scheduling With Your Staff

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With the winter holidays approaching, most employees are planning to take time off from work. However, juggling the requests and maintaining suitable coverage amounts can be challenging, especially for popular days, like Christmas Eve, where numerous workers would likely rather be home. To prevent any issues this holiday season, here are some tips for scheduling… Read more »

What Do the Best Leaders Have in Common?

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While every manager is an individual, many of the best leaders in the world have certain traits in common. Whether these characteristics came naturally or if they were skills learned over time, honing these abilities can make any leader more effective. Often, the greatest leaders have a combination of traits, striking a balance between being… Read more »

Is Your Company Policy Out of Date?

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At the core of every company is its policy manual. This document serves as an operational blueprint, outlining how aspects of the business should be managed as well as other details, including acceptable employee behavior, performance expectations and safety standards. Since your policies guide how the company runs, allowing them to become out of date… Read more »

3 Common Staffing Agency Myths … Debunked!

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Staffing agencies have become a popular method for securing top talent quickly and efficiently. However, there are still a lot of myths that surround recruitment firms, even as more companies use them to manage their hiring needs. Whether you have partnered with a staffing agency in the past or are considering it for the first… Read more »

Should You Consider Hiring for Temporary Positions This Holiday Season

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  Many companies experience seasonal fluctuations in demand, especially around the holiday season. Others need to maintain standard production rates, even when employees are hoping to use vacation leave to spend time with family and friends. And, in some cases, organizations deal with all of the above. But there is a way to ensure you… Read more »

Are You Missing Out on Better Candidates?

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You’ve done the legwork to create accurate job descriptions, post job opportunities on various job boards, and even started interviewing promising candidates. If you’re still struggling to find the right match, you may be missing out on better candidates. Many qualified professionals are registered with staffing agencies in Atlanta and could be the ideal fit… Read more »

Have a Group Interview Coming Up? Don’t Sweat It

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Group Interview in Atlanta Georgia

In an effort to save time, weed out unqualified candidates, and force people to compete for jobs – some recruiter somewhere decided that group job interviews were the way to go. Now, they have become more popular with hiring companies. This means that all job seekers should be prepared to face group interviews and come… Read more »

Looking Back at the Top 3 Blogs for Job Seekers in 2015

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2015 was a good year, and despite all the challenges of the Atlanta job market, here we are ready to face a brand new year with high hopes. This is an opportune time to take a quick look back at some of the best job seeker posts of 2015, and learn from them. Without further… Read more »

How to Boost Your Confidence Before Your Next Interview in Atlanta

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A certain amount of stress is desirable before an interview; the adrenalin can provide stimulation and energy that will help you think quickly and respond intelligently. However, stress symptoms such as sweaty palms, a shaky voice, and the fear that your mind may go blank can rapidly steal your confidence. There are certain pre-interview techniques… Read more »

How Can I Become a Better Boss For My Employees?

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An effective leader recognizes that a competitive organization relies on mutually beneficial relationships with clients, customers, suppliers, and competitors; however, the most important stakeholder that a business has is its staff. Trust, respect, and enthusiasm should be part of the organizational structure and effective, ongoing communication is crucial between a manager and staff. Feedback from… Read more »