Posts Tagged: Little Rock Staffing Agencies

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A candidate’s resume can share most of the important details of her education and relevant experience; of course you’ll need to flesh out these items as you sit with her during the interview process, but a few bullet points can convey where she went to school, what she studied, and how she’s been spending her… Read more »

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When most young people hear the world “manufacturing” they envision factories and assembly lines. They picture footage from an old episode of Sesame Street in which chocolate drops, personal electronics, or cars move down the line and are progressively embellished to a background of cheerful cartoon music. In some ways, this is indeed how things… Read more »

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You’re ready to leave your current position, and there isn’t much your boss can say to change your mind. You may or may not have been presented with a counter offer, but it doesn’t matter; you’re on your way out the door. You may be unhappy in this place, or maybe you’re just ready to… Read more »

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For more than three decades, the manufacturing centers that once drove the growth of the industry have been steadily shifting overseas. During the last years of the 20th century, this shift reached a peak as factories practically disappeared from the major American cities where they once dominated the landscape and served as the backbone of… Read more »

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You’ve conducted detailed audits of your workflows and you know exactly what kind of skills you need in order to keep your company growing and keep your departments productive. For each open position, you know which credentials are must-haves and which ones can be considered optional. You can list your deal breakers and the flexible… Read more »

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At the close of 2014, a look back reveals a healthy and encouraging year for the manufacturing industry and for the labor market as a whole. As the nation continues to recover from the damage of the recent economic downturn, the job market slowly but steadily returns to its pre-recession highs. Here are a few… Read more »

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If you’ll be launching into (or continuing) your search for an industrial job in 2015, will you be prepared for the trends and events that may shape the marketplace during the next twelve months? Keep an eye out for a few factors that may shift the landscape, and get ready for some events that might… Read more »

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Two important economic trends that left an indelible mark on the current decade now seem to be moving in reverse: A steep trade deficit and the job losses of the recent recession. The economy is on the move again, and while real wages have yet to increase (which in turn will increase consumer spending), the… Read more »

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“Leadership” means different things to different people, and this term holds a different value within every company culture. In some organizations, strong leaders are those who give clear directions and apply the necessary pressure to make sure those directions are carried out. In other companies, leaders are experts and valued sources of information. In some… Read more »

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You’ve narrowed your candidate pool down to a handful of final contenders, and you’re starting to notice a pattern. As the best applicants emerge from the crowd and the rest disappear, you’re left with a few candidates who seem willing to do step up to the plate and do anything to improve productivity. This determined… Read more »