Temporary Staffing in 2022: A Business Plan for Self-Sufficiency

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“It’s nothing personal. It’s just a business decision.” Whether you’ve been on the receiving end of words like those or only live in fear of them (as nearly half of all Americans reported in a nationwide poll conducted only a couple of years ago), they’re unsettling to say the least. The loss of a full-time… Read more »

Resume Therapy: The Thing to Try When You’re Done Trying

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Finding yourself out of work for weeks, months—even years—was hard enough back in pre-pandemic days when re-entering the workforce was more of a numbers game. Staying persistent would tend to pay off, as would taking time to earn a certification within your chosen field. If you weren’t earning steady dollars, chasing them through freelance work… Read more »

Trust is Everything: Prevailing Wisdom in an Age of Anxiety

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Facts being what they are, few of us feel 100% prepared for making the best of what looks to be a certain downturn in the economy. Yet, it’s fair to say those who fall back on a “wait-and-see” approach will likely find themselves on the perimeter of the workforce once the COVID-19 factor fully establishes… Read more »

Etiquette for Quitting Your Job

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How to Quit Your Job Deciding to leave your job can be an anxiety-inducing choice surrounded with confusion about professional courtesy and proper etiquette. Do you need to give two weeks’ notice? Do you need to tell your boss in person? Do you need to give specifics? These are some of the big questions you… Read more »

Hire Education: 5 Essentials for Employee Engagement

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“Customers will never love a company until employees love it first.” – Simon Sinek Stands to reason doesn’t it? Yet, despite the simplicity of the concept, few organizations have come around to embracing this basic truth. More disturbingly, in light of an economy that has never quite rebounded in many places, employers that are in… Read more »