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Retailers may be hiring fewer people this holiday season, according to some projections, but hiring is expected to be up in other industries. Because transportation, supply-chain and many other industries are expected to hire a lot of workers this holiday season, it’s important for companies to start hiring seasonal temps now. Waiting too long can… Read more »

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For those thinking of making a career change, a production supervisor position offers the chance to direct employees in a fast-paced environment. Accountable for worker performance in a manufacturing environment, a production supervisor must be competent and able to understand complex operations. They should be able to optimize both day-to-day activities and long-term strategies for… Read more »

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With a fairly competitive job market out there, landing a forklift position is no easy task, and candidates must do everything they can to stand out from the pack. Fortunately, all it takes is a little bit of extra work and preparation to significantly boost your odds of securing your next forklift operator position. A… Read more »

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If you’ve got experience in a modern warehouse, you know the typical interview will involve questions on both technical skills and so-called ‘soft skills,’ like conflict resolution and communication. Because these interviews aren’t a slam dunk, you’ll need to plan and prepare in order to avoid making unforced errors that sink your chances of getting… Read more »

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Front-desk customer service positions are perfect for those who have great people skills, and love to communicate with others. This position allows for both teamwork and working alone, which is great for those who enjoy variety. It can also lead to other opportunities, both within and outside the company. What the Job Entails A front-desk… Read more »

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While a scientific background isn’t absolutely mandatory, it is a good starting point for hiring managers looking to recruit the best quality analyst technicians. Most businesses seek quality assurance candidates with some form of college degree in a scientific field, particularly from a field related to the work that will be performed. For instance, a… Read more »

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With any job, there can be a tendency to rush to get things done. Employees and managers alike are not typically recognized for getting things right, but for getting things done fast. In the rush to complete a construction project on time or ahead of schedule, workers are prone to making mistakes or misunderstanding directions…. Read more »

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Looking for a skilled trade job? A great resume may be just what you need to tip the scales in your favor and beat out the competition to the best jobs. Here are a few helpful tips that can help you impress on paper and win the interview and – hopefully – the job. Keep… Read more »

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The success of your construction projects depends, to a large degree, on the quality of people you hire. Finding the best people isn’t always easy. They are in demand, probably already working and can take their pick of who to work for. Here are some tips that will help you to identify the best people,… Read more »

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Impressing an interviewer is all about showing them that hiring you will make their job easier. Managers want to hire people who are already trained – or easy to train – reliable and hard working. Your job in the interview is to convince the hiring manager that you have all these qualities. How can you… Read more »