How to Keep Your Family Safe While You’re Still Going into Work

Many light industrial employees have continued to work during COVID-19. These essential workers are risking exposure to the virus every day, and they are also potentially exposing their families to it when they come home at night.  You have valid reasons for being worried about your health and safety, as well as your family's well-being. So, here are some suggestions [...]

By |2020-06-05T16:18:58+00:00June 26th, 2020|Candidate|0 Comments

7 Things You Need to Do Before You Go Back to Work After Coronavirus

Your company downsized during the COVID-19 pandemic, but now many businesses will be reopening, and you want to transition back into the workforce. You’ll need to prepare for another sudden shift—this time going back to work. Here are seven things you should do before you re-enter the workforce:  1. Make sure you are ready to return  This pandemic is going to affect how we think and feel about [...]

By |2020-05-14T13:42:48+00:00May 29th, 2020|Candidate|0 Comments

8 Tips to Find a Job in the Era of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Many companies are switching to remote work and laying off other workers during the coronavirus pandemic. You might be wondering if it makes sense to send out your resume. Understandably, you might assume no one will be hiring for the foreseeable future.   However, many career experts are recommending that it’s better to keep networking and applying, as long as you change your methods somewhat in recognition of these uncertain times.  These eight suggestions can help you navigate the hiring process during the pandemic.  1. Start [...]

By |2020-05-14T13:40:39+00:00May 15th, 2020|Candidate|0 Comments

The True Meaning of America’s July 4th Holiday

On July 2, 1776, the Continental Congress of the United States declared America’s independence from Great Britain. The Declaration of Independence was drafted, adopted, and signed in the City of Philadelphia, the first city to host festivities to commemorate this historical day. Official Holiday Massachusetts became the first state to declare July 4 an official [...]

By |2019-06-27T20:39:56+00:00June 27th, 2019|Candidate, Client|0 Comments

4 Tips to Help You Find a Job After Graduation

Now that you have your college degree, you’re ready to hit the ground running to find that dream job.  Right? Maybe. Although a university degree provides an added advantage (41 percent of companies will only hire graduates), the U.S. Census Bureau reports a decline in graduates being able to find work. Of course, the key [...]

By |2019-06-13T15:34:12+00:00June 13th, 2019|Candidate, Career|0 Comments

3 Ways Taking Vacation Pays – Enhancing Job Performance & Life

Do you use your vacation time, or play the martyr role and forfeit your time? If so,  you’re not alone The State of American Vacation 2018 shows that 52 percent of American workers left vacation time on the table, which is equivalent to 705 million unused days and worth $62.2 billion “The United States is [...]

Could You Be A Game Changer?

Do you have a desire to change the world? Does passion burn bright in you for every activity of your life, especially your work life? Then you have a game changer mentality. What is a game changer? A game-changer is a maverick: a person that effects a dramatic shift in the current way of doing [...]

Boost Your Appeal to an Employer: Take Advantage of Free and Low-Cost Education Opportunities

Do you enjoy learning? Do you want to stay sharp in your field of interest? Do you want to make the most of opportunities? In today’s competitive job market, having additional training or education can pay off in a few ways It can make you a more desirable candidate It can position you for a [...]