How Do You Answer: “Why Was There a Gap in Your Employment?”

With all the the chaos and uncertainty of the past year, there’s a rising number of job seekers with employment gaps. If you’re one of them, how do you discuss the situation during an interview without sabotaging your chance of landing the job? Here are some tips to follow: Expect to talk about it. Don’t… Read More »

What if My Warehouse Runs Out of PPE?

In the past, PPE was used solely in certain settings, such as health care, construction, and warehouse work. Today, it’s essential for businesses, schools, and organizations of all shapes and sizes to stay open. As a result, there’s often shortages of certain items, ranging from masks and gloves to gowns and more. If you don’t… Read More »

Here’s When to Invest in Equipment Upgrades for Your Team

When you have the best equipment in your warehouse, it can improve efficiency and productivity. You won’t have as many repairs from broken-down and aging equipment to deal with. You can also help your workers get their jobs done faster and better. However, warehouse equipment comes at a high cost, so you have to think… Read More »

Avoid Putting This on Your Resume

Your resume is your ticket into the interview process. If you don’t submit a strong one, then don’t expect a call back from a hiring manager. So what are some ways you could be sabotaging those offers for interviews? If you’re including the following three things on your resume, then hiring managers will think twice… Read More »

5 Things to Do During Your Time-Off

Whether you’ve been furloughed, laid off, or are just taking a long vacation from work, there are a few steps you should take to help set the stage for future success in your career and in your life. By investing in yourself in this way, you’ll be able to achieve your goals and more satisfaction… Read More »

Networking Tips for Your Next Job Fair

Career fairs can put you in front of a range of potential employers and give you a great opportunity to find your next position. But when it comes to working the room and networking with different company representatives, what’s the best way to approach it all? Here are some tips that will help you stand… Read More »

Help! Should I Hire More Employees or Pay Overtime?

The New Year has just begun and already you have more demand than you expected. The question now is whether you can sustain it. If you can, perhaps it’s time to hire more staff. If you’re not sure, maybe paying for overtime is a better option to consider. Whatever situation you’re in, here are some… Read More »

Here’s How To Deal With “That” Coworker

Whatever stage you are in your career, you’ve likely come across at least one: the problematic co-worker. Whether they’re loud and abrasive, know-it-alls, lazy, or just plain rude, they make coming to the office each day a challenge. So how can you deal with the situation so that you can work in peace? Here are… 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 »

If You’re Not Happy With Your Job, Take These Actions to Get Back on Track

Not happy with your job? You’re certainly not alone. Many employees out there aren’t satisfied with their current positions or employers. The difference is what you do about it. What steps should you take to get yourself and your career back on track? Here are a few to follow: Identify what’s making you unhappy. Is… Read More »