Timing is Everything: When You Should Be Looking for a New Job

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Sometimes the minutes, hours, and days seem to disappear quickly. You get comfortable in a job, blink, and suddenly five years have gone by. At any point in a worker’s career, they may be wondering if the timing is right to move on and explore new opportunities. Timing is a factor that is undeniable when it […]

Are You Offering What Job Seekers Are Looking For?

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Are you experiencing turnover? Are you struggling to attract the right worker? If you’re not offering anything that actual job seekers are looking for, you are not going to get any potential candidates. We’re here to help you change your perspective and make the moves you need to recruit effectively and fill out your team.  Transparency  […]

Resume Tips To Set You Up for Success 3/3: Keeping It Concise

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Are you still wondering how long your resume should be? One page or two, how many bullets under each job description? You may be tempted to pack your resume full of details and descriptions, but these days a candidate’s responsibility is to sum it up well. The employer simply skims your resume at first to […]

Starting 2020 on a Productive Note: How You Can Motivate Employees for the New Year

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A new year means new goals, and it is important to relay these goals to your employees in order to motivate them effectively. Are you searching for new ways to keep your team productive? Davis Staffing can help.  Cohesion  Great workers won’t trust a coworker that doesn’t support them. To see success throughout a project […]

Why You Should Consider a Temporary Job

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Are you a job seeker tired of submitting your resume again and again? Vying for interviews and never hearing back? It’s time to switch up your approach and find the right fit. If you want to get ahead, you’ll want to team up with an agency that can help. You might not have considered the […]

Retraining an Employee May Be Better for Business Than Firing

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You created the posting.  Resumes.  Phone screens.  Interviews.  Second interviews.  Offer letters.  Onboarding.  And then suddenly you look up and realize you’ve made a terrible mistake. The dreaded poor hire. What can you do? You’ve invested so much time into the hiring and training process, and you feel like you can’t start all over again. […]

Resume Tips To Set You Up for Success 2/3: Attracting With Numbers

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When you provide numbers & facts, it provides a certain level of proof on your resume. A data-driven resume stands out among the rest. Most job candidates use action words to describe their duties and spend paragraphs rambling about their achievements. If you want to cut through the noise and stand out, you need numbers. […]

How Should You Be Managing Temporary or Contract Employees?

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Hiring with your back against the wall is a dangerous practice. You’ll be reckless during interviews and desperate to get someone started in a hurry. This comes with consequences. Often hiring once you are already short-staffed can lead to poor retention and poor fit. Your team relies on effective cooperation, so accurate hiring and team […]

Resume Tips To Set You Up for Success 1/3: Structure Swap

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Welcome to Davis Staffing’s series on resume tips! To help you succeed, we’ll be stopping in to give some insight on how you can update that all-important document and use what you’ve learned to land a position. For tip number one, we’ll dive into how you can make a structure swap that will appeal to […]

The Importance of Shortening Your Hiring Process

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Think about the relationship between an employer and a job seeker. You both need something, and you both have something to offer. After an application and an interview, take a look at things through a candidate’s perspective. More often than not, they are left hanging. We know that hiring can be complicated, but there are […]