2020 Lessons To Learn From to Make 2021 Successful

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2020: A year unlike any other. Managing a sudden transition to remote work, or trying to keep your essential employees’ safe while on the job, has been a critical shift for even the most successful leaders across the country. If you’ve been able to retain your staff and stay productive, you’re incredibly lucky. If you […]

This is What Employers Are Looking for in Their Employees in 2021

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You deserve a great job. You’ve worked hard to find a new position. But you want your skills to be valued. You may be feeling like you are missing desirable skills or being passed over by employers. So flip your perspective: managers are looking for workers. But what traits should those workers have? In the […]

5 Ways To Keep Company Culture Up During the Holidays

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The 2020 Holiday Season: A new benchmark in difficult leadership. While you may have effectively trained your team in video conferencing, keeping them satisfied in their roles is the next-level challenge. Maintaining a positive environment in an increasingly virtual workplace is the next great obstacle. Try these strategies to keep morale up during the holidays. […]

Stay Healthy with National Handwashing Awareness Week

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  Did you know the first week in December is National Handwashing Awareness Week? And, with COVID cases spiking around the country, keeping our hands clean is one of the best lines of defense. So, get your workplace involved and have everyone brush up on their handwashing knowledge. Why Handwashing Works When you wash your […]

Traditional Recruiting is Over: New Trends That are Reshaping Talent Acquisition

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COVID has completely changed how talent acquisition works. When you’re looking for new workers, it can be completely overwhelming to comb through resumes. Assessing applicants is more difficult than ever when many candidates are in a transitory state or may have developing remote work needs throughout the workweek. Here are the trends you can expect […]

Prepare for Your Phone Interview with These Tips

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Job seekers that are new to a phone interview may have many misconceptions. There’s a lot of confusing information about interviews, and phone screens can mean even more mixed messages. We’re here to clear things up. Davis Staffing is here to provide the facts and dispel the rumors about phone interviews. Myth: Phone Interviews Aren’t […]

5 Indications of a Positive Company Culture

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  Finding a job is tough enough in this market, but there are more challenges than you may be prepared for. Tracking down a position is one thing, tracking down the right one is a different matter entirely. You don’t want to start working for a company whose company’s culture is not a good fit […]

What To Include on Your Resume for an Industrial Job

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In an industrial setting, it can be hard to know if you need a resume or what your resume should look like. Whether you’re employed in construction, warehouse operations, or manufacturing, you may have limited experience in filling out a resume. This is what you should include on your resume if you’re looking for an […]

Looking for a Talented Welder? Consider These Attributes

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As an employer, you want to recruit the best talent. Evaluating a variety of essential skills can leave you wondering what to prioritize. Every different position that needs to be filled requires different skills and characteristics. This is what you can look for in your next welder candidates. Ambition A great welder knows when it’s […]

6 Ways You Can Bounce Back From a Layoff

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Have you recently been laid off during the pandemic or corporate restructuring? You’re not alone — millions have experienced this before and have to work to gain new employment. Fortunately, we’ve got some tips on how to get it done. 1. Take Stock Initially, you’ll want to determine where you’re at once you hear you’ve […]