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 […]

What Employers Are Looking for in a Warehouse Worker

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Exceptional warehouse workers are tough to come by. When you’re hiring, it can be difficult to determine which applicants will be a good fit. During an interview, you’ll want to identify strengths in your candidates to determine which prospect will make a great warehouse worker. Here are the skills that make for a standout warehouse […]

3 Reasons Why Workforce Diversity Is Essential

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Hiring managers love to talk about dry spells in the labor market and dealing with low retention and turnover. But the experts know it’s about hiring the right people in the first place. The secret to effective long-term hiring is emphasizing the values that matter. Cultivating a staff with fresh ideas and diverse perspectives is the […]

Dust Off the Cobwebs On Your Resume

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When’s the last time you updated your resume? If your answer is “I don’t remember,” you’re in trouble! But you’re not alone. A large number of professionals have outdated materials because it’s not a priority. However, even if you’re not a current job seeker, it’s essential to pull out your resume and give it a […]

3 Reasons Why Your Employees Are Leaving

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Retention is the challenge of all managers. Hiring for fit can be time-consuming, but it’s critical to find the best person for each role, or you’ll risk losing them. If you’re finding turnover to be an increasingly significant problem for your business, here are the three likely reasons your employees are leaving.  Lack of Opportunity  Research shows that millennials […]

Soft Skills To Keep In Mind For a Clerical Position

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When you’re on the hunt for a new position, it can be exhausting trying to decode mysterious job posts. From feeling under-qualified to feeling overwhelmed, looking through listings can be a real nightmare! Between managers asking for ten years of experience or a specific degree, it can be tough to figure out what an employer […]

5 Things About Warehouse Safety Your Staff Needs to Know

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WARNING: Maintaining an efficient warehouse is not as simple as it may seem. You may have a solid facility and a seasoned crew, but you’ll have to watch out for everyday hazards that can jeopardize the safety of your warehouse. Here are five things your staff must be aware of when it comes to warehouse […]