The hiring process always entails some risk. You may do all of your due diligence, rigorously screening candidates and ultimately extending an offer to someone who seems just about perfect… only to find, once they join your team, that they’re not at all what you expected or hoped for.
Managing a team of temporary employees can be a challenge, especially when you’re trying to achieve specific goals and deadlines while also training a new team. Temporary employees are often brought in to provide quick and efficient support to the team, but they may also have less familiarity with the company and the team, which could make it more challenging to manage them effectively.
Summer is in full swing which means working on job sites with non-climate-controlled environments is going to be much hotter than you may be used to. It is imperative to regulate your body temperature as much as possible during these times in order to keep your energy up and protect yourself from potentially harmful temperatures.
As many job seekers know, finding the right employment opportunity can be both challenging and time-consuming. However, for some job seekers, taking on temporary employment may be the answer. Contrary to the traditional perception that temporary employment is a steppingstone to full-time work, many people appreciate the benefits of temporary employment. Temporary positions are typically sourced by and filled through staffing agencies who have partnered with businesses that require these short-term positions to be filled.
Tired of exhausting your teams' efforts on interviewing and hiring new employees? Let the professionals take care of it for you. Partnering with a staffing agency can offer a more effective and quicker way to locate and hire qualified employees. Staffing agencies are the experts at sourcing candidates, performing screenings and interviewing. Speed and efficiency are essential virtues of staffing agencies and using them provides several benefits. In this blog, we explore why speed and efficiency are essential when using a staffing agency.
There are multiple factors that need to fall into place when trying to secure a new job. Your resume must catch the hiring manager’s attention, it must align with the job description and qualifications, it must present you in a professional manner, and then you must interview well and further demonstrate why you are the best fit for the role. Unfortunately, some job seekers are missing some or all of these points, resulting in them being passed over for the next candidate.
At Performance Staffing Solutions, one of the things we’re most passionate about is helping qualified candidates obtain and keep good, satisfying jobs. One thing job seekers can do to enhance their own career prospects is to consider their own level of employability. Simply put, it’s important to be candid with yourself about the value you offer to employers. Only then can you take practical steps to make yourself an even more appealing candidate.
The staffing industry came about during WWII when there was increased need for workers due to men and boys being drafted into the war. With an influx of open jobs appearing overnight, the staffing industry was born to help mitigate and expedite the hiring process. Since then, the industry has grown exponentially and the potential of working with staffing agencies has expanded from solely finding candidates to fill roles to helping with administrative duties such as payroll.