benefits

Ask These Benefits Questions Before You Take the Job

Looking for a new job? At the top of your list is probably salary. But did you know that other benefits actually account for about 30 percent of your total compensation? It’s true! In fact, when you’re considering your overall well-being,…
financial goals

How to Set Practical Financial Goals for the New Year

What are your resolutions for the New Year? Many people choose a goal that will lead to some sort of improvement, such as weight loss, more exercise, or eating healthier. Another consideration for your overall well-being is your financial health.…

Highlight These Skills on Your Clerical Resume

Looking for a clerical job? It helps to have a professional resume that highlights your skills and work experience. And it’s especially helpful when you include the qualifications most employers are looking for. You’ll set yourself apart…

How to Offer Flexibility as a Light Industrial Employer

The pandemic has changed many of the ways we work, plus our impression of our jobs, overall. For example, to improve health and safety, many companies sent employees to work from home—and after this experience, many found they preferred it.…

Tips to Find a New Job That Won't Lead to Burnout

You have a job that is so stressful, you can’t take it anymore. You’re burned out and you know something has to change. But as you’re searching for a new job, you realize something. What if your new job ALSO burns you out all over again? This…

What's the Difference Between Contract, Contract to Perm, and Permanent Jobs?

When you’re in search of a new job, you might not realize you have access to a few different job types. It all depends on what the employer is looking for and how the job opportunity is set up. Job types you might encounter include contract,…

Tips to Make Your Light Industrial Resume Stand Out

Looking for a light industrial job? You’ll need a resume. This document will be the number one thing an employer will look for to learn about your skills and experience. If you don’t have a resume yet and need to write one, or if you already…

Have You Had a No Call, No Show? Here's What You Can Do

When you’ve staffed a shift and an employee doesn’t show up (and doesn’t call in), it’s a problem for everyone else on that shift. They’ll be working short-handed, which can be mentally and physically draining. Plus, production can…
cover letter

Do I Really Need to Include a Cover Letter With My Resume?

When you’re getting everything together to apply for a job, every moment counts. This is especially true if you’ve heard the word of an exciting post and want to apply quickly. You probably know that your resume and cover letter should be…

Four Myths about Working with a Staffing Agency

Looking for a new job? You may have started getting your resume together and looking around job sites, such as Monster.com or Indeed.com. While these are great sources of job leads, there’s another valuable resource you may not even have considered—and…