Seasonal employment can be very advantageous. Whether you were looking to switch up your employment, wanted to build your resume, or even just needed to earn a little extra cash, you took the step to try something new and expand your skills. Now it’s time to add it to your resume, and yes you should add it to your resume. Continue reading to learn how to add your seasonal employment to your resume.
Keeping spirits bright is not just a holiday slogan, it is actually a great reminder to not overwork yourself or your employees. An overworked staff can be more detrimental to your company than you may think. If your company is understaffed and your employees are putting in more hours because of it, you could be putting your company’s spirit in jeopardy. Continue reading to find out why you should not overwork yourself or your staff.
Looking for a little extra cash this holiday season? Why not try a seasonal position! During the holiday’s many companies need help keeping up with demands, meaning many part-time positions arise in your area. But is a seasonal position worth it? Below are the top three reasons why you should take a seasonal position this year.
What do extended hours, increased demand, and quick turnover time all have in common? These are just a few of the signs that a business needs seasonal hires. Hiring seasonal employees or temporary workers can have huge benefits for your company. By supplementing the volume of full time or regular employees, your company will excel at producing products and serving your customers. Performance Staffing Solutions is here to help; here are just a few of the pros of staffing with seasonal hires.
Every company depends on qualified, well-trained employees to help them achieve their organizational goals. Having the right team members can boost productivity, customer experience, product quality, employee morale, and more. But, as anyone who’s ever hired can surely attest, building the right team isn’t without its challenges. Strategic hiring takes time and resources, and even when it’s done thoughtfully, the process can still result in the wrong person being hired.
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.
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.
There is no denying that job interviews can be stressful and intimidating. In a way, they feel a bit like a blind date where you and the hiring manager are trying to determine if there is a “fit.” Of course, there is plenty of information available online about how to provide an answer to common questions, but you must also be prepared to be faced with strange questions—proverbial curveballs—and be able to think quickly, providing a response that is appreciated by the interviewer.