Posts Tagged: Little Rock Arkansas Staffing

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Your resume accomplishes a number of very clear goals: It lets employers know that you’re familiar with standard professional communication, it showcases your writing and presentation skill, and it tells employers where you’ve been so far on your professional journey and where you’ll be heading in the future. Job seekers use resumes to tell employers… Read more »

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After submitting your resume and application materials, you receive a call from your potential employer—you’ve landed an interview. Congratulations! There’s only one concern; the interview will be taking place online and it’s scheduled for tomorrow morning. Most companies give applicants a little more time to prepare than a single day, and even with the rise… Read more »

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Staffing is an art and a science, but regardless of the methods an employer chooses to pursue, a successful end result looks the same:  A workplace of thriving, productive employees who show personal dedication to the enterprise, and who offer high returns on the company’s investments in hiring and training. In other words, no matter… Read more »

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You’ve found a posting for a job you’d really like to pursue, but the post includes a clear list of required skills sets, at least one of which you don’t have. What should you do? Should you close the link and move on, or should you apply anyway, hope for the best, and see what… Read more »

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At this time of year, your coworkers and friends may be making a list of professional New Year’s resolutions and creating work related goals that can help them get ahead at the office in 2013. If you love your job and the year ahead holds nothing but exciting challenges and opportunity for advancement, feel free… Read more »

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If you manage a factory shop floor, warehouse, farm, healthcare clinic, or construction site, then you’re probably in touch with the impact of safety on your bottom line and your company’s future. But in office environments, employers who should be placing safety first often tend to let this issue drop down to second, third or… Read more »

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For most people, the weeks between November and January come with a series of celebrations, almost all of them reflecting themes of good will, peace, and connection. These are happy times for those who participate in any of our country’s diverse cultural traditions. But they aren’t always happy times for HR managers. While the rest… Read more »

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The rise of ERP (enterprise resource planning) back office management systems and the simultaneous emergence of lean manufacturing principles have both provided a powerful boost to manufacturing output in the late 20th and early 21 centuries. But in several ways, the benefits of one tend to conflict with the requirements of the other. Are there… Read more »

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During the course of the last decade, CAD, or computer-aided drawing programs, have taken a prominent position at the center of engineering design and development. Many engineers who were trained and educated in an earlier generation can remember when drawing and blueprint skills were a vital component of an engineering education…and they still are. But… Read more »