4 Common Warehouse Dangers & How To Avoid Them

In a warehouse work environment, even a small hazard can lead to a major accident. It’s not surprising given that there are dangerous materials, like hazardous chemicals, on-site, as well as large machinery and equipment that doesn’t stop moving. It’s why employers need to have an eye on safety at all times and address any… Read More »

10 Common Job Interview Questions

Getting ready for an important interview? There’s a lot on the line. The quality of your answers will likely determine whether or not you get the offer. So how can you impress the hiring manager? By preparing ahead of time for some of the most commonly asked questions. Here’s a look at 10 of them… Read More »

Beware: These OSHA Regulations Are Commonly Overlooked in Manufacturing Facilities

When it comes to OSHA regulations, there’s a lot of them. It’s therefore no surprise that some fly under the radar for many manufacturing employers. The problem is that they’re on the list for OSHA inspectors to check if they audit your site, leading to a citation and even a fine, especially if it’s a… Read More »

Here’s Why It’s Okay to Take a Seasonal Position

The holiday season is just around the corner. There are plenty of jobs out there, as a result, but they’re just temporary. Feeling unsure about whether you should wait for a full-time opportunity to come your way or whether you should jump into the seasonal job market? Here are a few reasons you might want… Read More »

6 Reasons Why Workplace Safety Is So Important

As a manager, you’re focused on productivity and profits. But does workplace safety also top your list of priorities? If it doesn’t, it should. Here are six reasons why: Reason #1: You’ll avoid accidents. There were 4,679 workers killed on the job in 2014, according to OSHA. Likewise, there were almost three million recorded injuries… Read More »

Nervous Before a Job Interview? Here’s How to Fight Those Interview Jitters

Hitting the send button on your resume and cover letter is simple enough. Heading to the interview, however, can be panic-inducing. If you know you get stressed before meeting with hiring managers, you’re likely hurting your chances of getting the job. The good news is that you don’t have to let those jitters sabotage your… Read More »

5 Long-Term Benefits To Partnering With A Staffing Firm

If you’re looking to hire, have you considered partnering with a staffing firm? Even if you have an in-house HR department, a reputable one can offer you a wide variety of benefits. While not all are created equal and you need to choose the one that’s right for you, you can achieve some long-term advantages… Read More »

9 Things to Never Do During a Phone Interview

Phone interviews are the norm these days. They give employers a chance to assess your skills and abilities in a more efficient way. While these conversations tend to be shorter and more casual for candidates, that doesn’t mean you can take them any less seriously than you would an interview in-person. Make sure you prepare… Read More »

Need Help Choosing Between Two Great Candidates?

The good news is that you’re nearing the end of the hiring process. The bad news? You have two great candidates and can’t decide between the two. Both come with their own unique set of strengths and meet the requirements for the job. So how can you make your pick and gain peace of mind… Read More »

Avoid These Phrases on Your Resume

Your resume is your first step toward finding a new job. The good news is that a strong one can help you stand out to a hiring manager, so you get called for an interview. The bad news is that you only have a few seconds to make it happen before they move onto reviewing… Read More »

Tips for Improving Your Warehouse Team’s Productivity

You need your warehouse to be as productive as possible. When it is, orders get out the door quickly, customers are happy and profits get a boost. However, when productivity is down, it can have a big impact on bottom line results. So if your team could use an improvement in this area, what can… Read More »

6 Red Flags That Signal It’s Time to Quit Your Job

Has a bad day at work extended into a bad week or month? Are you thinking that it’s time to make a move and find something you feel good about? If you’re experiencing these six signs, then break out your resume and start polishing it for your job search ahead: You hate going to work… Read More »

How To Make Sure Your Employees Are Safe This Fall

As a warehouse manager, a big part of your job is to ensure your employees are safe all year. However, with shorter days and falling temperatures, there are a few special considerations for autumn. What are they and how can you ensure your people remain healthy in the season ahead? Here’s a look at a… Read More »

3 Ways To Explain the Gaps in Your Resume

Searching for a new job in the Orlando, FL area? For even the ideal candidate, it’s a tough road ahead. However, if you have gaps in your resume, it can be even more challenging. How do you explain the situation and still land the opportunity you want? Here are three tips that can help along… Read More »

What is the Cost of a Bad Hire?

They looked great on paper. They had all the right experience and skills. On top of that, they came with stellar references. But then you hired them and things changed. They’re simply not the right fit for your needs. Sound familiar? Hiring mistakes are a reality for every employer, large and small. But what are… Read More »