Posted on July 30, 2020
Placing Job Seekers
One misconception regarding temporary employment agencies is that they simply place employees into open positions on a first come, first serve basis. This is rarely the case, as most temporary employment agencies take care to match their employees with the jobs that are best suited to their experience and abilities. This practice provides the greatest benefit to the employers, the staffing agencies, and the employees.
Posted on July 10, 2020
When most employers think of onboarding new employees, they typically have a list of to do’s focused on paperwork, meeting the staff, an office tour, vision statement and other tasks.
But what is often left to last—or totally ignored—is a plan that focuses on making the employee feel welcome, appreciated, and part of the organization’s culture as soon as possible. While most organizations have thought out and mastered the technical part of bringing on new employees, few do the appreciation and welcome part very well.
Posted on July 9, 2020
At the end of every interview, the interviewer asks if you have any questions. People are often stumped as to what they should be asking, so they either decline to answer or ask poor questions like how much the position pays. Having a list of questions for the interviewer is a great way to make a good impression. Before you go into any interview, prepare at least 4 or 5 questions so that if some are answered, you still have at least two.
Posted on July 2, 2020
Temporary services are frequently misunderstood, with their advantages and disadvantages not often fairly described. There are a number of reasons job seekers should consider working for a staffing agency, and some drawbacks as well. The following are the disadvantages and advantages of working for temporary services:
- Flexible time frame. Temp agents are comprised of all sorts of job seekers, from those looking for week-long assignments to those hoping to get placed into a position that will become permanent.