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Play It Safe - Protecting Your Hands From Injury

Play It Safe – Protecting Your Hands From Injury

According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in 2018 there were 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses involving days away from work in private industries in the United States. Hand injuries resulting from cuts and puncture cost the construction industry approximately $400 million each year, second only to back strain and […]

Listen Up… Protect Your Ears!

Listen Up… Protect Your Ears!

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common occupational injuries. You may be exposed to dangerous loud noises which can cause permanent hearing loss, and not even realize it, since this can occur over time. Take control of your exposure before it is too late!  […]

Does Job Hopping Make Managers Hop Over Your Resume?

Does Job Hopping Make Managers Hop Over Your Resume?

A big increase in responsibilities. A significantly higher salary. Greater opportunities for advancement. There are so many positive reasons to change jobs frequently. But for all the pros, there’s one very big con: job hopping can scare away hiring managers. Just what are recruiters thinking when they scan your resume and see that you’ve held […]

Why You Should Invest In Your Appearance For Work

Why You Should Invest in Your Appearance For Work

Regardless of whether you are currently working or trying to find a job, one of the most significant ways in which other people judge you is through your appearance. To make a good impression, you need to be mindful of your hygiene, clothing choices, and body modification choices. Here are the reasons why you should […]

How To Recruit Skilled Trades Professionals In A Talent Shortage

How To Recruit Skilled Trades Professionals In a Talent Shortage

It’s no secret that the U.S. is facing a major shortage of skilled trades professionals. Several forces are converging to create a “perfect storm” that’s making recruiting qualified candidates tougher than ever: Thanks to the current Administration’s focus on jobs creation, our national unemployment rate has dipped below 4%. Our economy continues to gain momentum, […]

How To Use Temporary Staffing To Address Workforce Shortfalls

How To Use Temporary Staffing To Address Workforce Shortfalls

Summer workforce heading back to school? Dreading staffing up for your busy season? Simply struggling to fill open jobs? You’re not alone. Across industries, U.S. employers are dealing with workforce shortfalls created by low unemployment, voluntary turnover, growth, seasonal spikes and more. Whether your workforce gaps are small or large, short or long-term, temporary staffing […]

YouTube Channel Online Now

YouTube Channel Online Now

We’ve finally entered the world of YouTube by creating our very own channel. As the months go by, we’ll be adding a variety of videos, but for now we have two to choose from. One more recent than the other! We hope you subscribe and like them and don’t forget to share with your friends […]

Bridging Gaps On Your Resume And How To Explain Them

Bridging Gaps On Your Resume And How To Explain Them

If you’ve ever had a gap in your resume, chances are you might feel self-conscious about it or even stray away from applying for jobs because you think your chances might be hurt. Don’t fret, however, because you often can explain resume gaps. Consider these explainable situations. Resume Gaps: Working Vacation. Some people have gaps […]

Driver Distractions

Driver Distractions

When was the last time you talked on your cellphone while driving or ate behind the wheel? If you are like many drivers, you have made it a habit, putting yourself and others at risk. Dangers Of Multi-Tasking At The Wheel. While there may be little you can do to control another person’s driving, you […]

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