Re-Onboarding for a New World of Work

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It’s been a very long and stressful 18 months or more. It’s been challenging to keep your company running while employees were working remotely, or in a hybrid setting, or while clients and customers shifted their operating expenses. Everything has changed. But things are starting, slowly, to stabilize. Vaccines are available for those who want […]

Prep Your Budget for the Holidays With These 6 Tips

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It might be the most wonderful time of the year, but the holidays are also the most expensive for most of us. We want to give at least a little something to the people we love, not to mention the office gift exchanges, the present neighborhood swap, and the little end-of-year niceties that are part […]

The Small Life Changes that Make a Big Difference in Your Finances

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There’s a lot of wisdom in the old adage, watch the pennies, and the dollars will take care of themselves. Sometimes we feel like we have to make big, drastic changes to improve our personal finances and make our bank accounts more robust and healthy, but small changes can and do make a big difference! […]

Build Up Your Savings Utilizing These 4 Tips While Working a Temp Position

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The life of a temp can be equal parts stressful and liberating. On the one hand, you aren’t committed to a position for long stretches of time, unless it’s a temporary-to-permanent position you’d like to pursue. On the other hand, if you know up-front how long you’ll have the position, you know exactly how long […]

The Key Differentiators That Define a Great Candidate

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The good news is, there was a great response to your most recent job posting. Candidates are submitting resumes left, right, and center, and there’s a pile of cover letters just waiting to be reviewed. The bad news is, there’s a pile of cover letters waiting to be reviewed. After a while, they might all […]

Make the Most of Your Paycheck as a Temporary Employee

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Working in flux can leave you with questions about when to expect your money, what each paycheck will hold, and how to create a good spending plan so you can pay your bills. Many temporary workers struggle with budgeting, so you’re not alone. Fluctuations in wages are no excuse to avoid budgeting entirely. It’s up […]

Budgeting 101: What You Should Do With Your Paycheck

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  Pay day – the best day of the week! Are you feeling tempted to spend it all in one place? Even veteran employees need some guidance on budgeting and managing their paycheck as it arrives, whether you get paid weekly, biweekly, or monthly. You’ve earned your money, and you want to make sure you’re […]

Why Confidence is Key in Any Interview

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  Standing out to an employer requires more than an interesting resume. When you get the call for a job interview, you can get excited about conquering the first obstacle. However, the most important aspect of hiring to most managers is the interview. Whether you’re invited for a phone screen or a panel interview, confidence […]

7 In-Demand Light Industrial Jobs within Reach

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Looking for a new role? Seeking a transition into a different industry? Check out Davis Staffing’s top seven light industrial jobs that may be just right for you. 1. Machine Operator One of the biggest demands in the light industrial arena is the machine operator – this role is essential to a successful operation. Take […]

The Key to Better Hiring is Better Listening: What to Gather in the Interview

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You’ve got a new hire, you provide a thorough orientation, and it’s off to the job site. Then, just one week later, you hear rumors about poor performance. A few more days pass, and your employees are complaining about the new recruit. You’ve invested so much time and energy in this candidate, and they’re not […]