Three Essential Lessons from a Challenging Co-Worker

If you’re dealing with a difficult co-worker, your focus is likely on day-to-day survival. However, taking a step back from the situation can teach you valuable lessons and even help you build your skills as an employee. First things first–you shouldn’t have to deal with harassment of any kind in the workplace. If that co-worker’s… Read more »

Does Your Company’s Reputation Attract Top Candidates?

A run of subpar job applicants may be nothing more than a fluke, but if you’re noticing more and more seemingly second-rate applicants, and fewer applicants for open positions than in the past, then it’s time to take a closer look at how your company is presenting itself to job applicants — especially online. As… Read more »

Four Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job (And How to Fix the Issues!)

You sent in a great resume, crossed all your ‘t’s and dotted all your ‘i’s on the application, maybe even got an interview that you aced, but you still didn’t get hired. What gives? It could be one of four common pitfalls job candidates trip on when applying for jobs. Good thing Staffing Partners’ staffing… Read more »

Strategies to Promote the Best Interests of Your Temporary Employees

For many hiring managers or HR professionals, temporary employees are so ingrained into the corporate culture that they are almost invisible – there when you need them, easy to forget about the rest of the time. But if you don’t give your temps the same consideration you do your own hires, you’re missing a great… Read more »

Recent College Grad? Avoid these Common Job Search Mistakes

Graduating from college is a feeling like no other — one that lasts until you realize the real world’s calling. College grads often feel overwhelmed when embarking on that first major job search, so it’s no wonder they often stumble on the road to post-graduate success. Set yourself up for success by avoiding these common… Read more »