February is the month of love! At least that is what retailers tell us as we walk the aisles and see nothing but a sea of red and pink cookies, candies, flowers, cards, and gifts created to help us celebrate the "holiday" and remind us to show our "love" to those who mean the
According to an oft repeated phrase, sometimes "the devil is in the details." Perhaps you went to a job interview feeling you had the exact qualifications needed to ace the interview. Yet, no offer was forthcoming.
You rack your brain for what could have led to this disappointment. Was it the lack of an Ivy
There had always been a passion in me for dancing, but country western and line dancing weren’t exactly what I had in mind. I appreciate country music; it just was never at the top of my list. Going out dancing with friends generally included hitting trendier, metropolitan destinations. That is, until a really good friend
Celebrating with professionals from each of the staffing divisions within C&A Industries, Inc., Celebrity Staff was ecstatic to recognize the accomplishments of our 2010 Employee of the Year, Leslie B. at the Annual Awards Dinner on Thursday, September 23.
Much like dancing, working as a temp or supplemental employee takes ability, flexibility, dedication, and overall quality performance. To outshine the competition takes know-how and delivery. So you think you can dance temp? The art of the temp audition takes a common sense approach.
Whether you’re meeting with a group of colleagues in a formal setting or working one-on-one with a coworker on a project, how you interact with others impacts your ability to manage your time. The better your workplace relationships, the better able you will be to accomplish goals you have in common and to communicate clearly,
As I watched my grandson this weekend laugh a fully belly laugh, it made me think about the last time, we as adults, laughed like that. If you think about it, you spend more than 33 percent of your week at work. I understand work is work, but why can we not have
In these times when companies are doing lay-offs and the market is still uncertain, how do you make yourself a valuable player to your employer? There may be no control of lay-offs or downsizing, but there are ways in which you can set yourself apart from your colleagues. Consider these tips.
In the last two Celebrity Staff blogs, Patty North, Celebrity Staff Regional Manager, discussed Celebrity’s recent client presentation about interviewing and making smart hiring decisions. She pointed out what is not working and gave tips on how to make smart hiring decisions. I would like to wrap up the discussion on interviewing and making smart
As an individual who spends my entire professional life screening, interviewing, and referencing potential candidates for a variety of industries and career tracks, I have seen first-hand the good, the bad, and the downright ugly when it comes to employment seekers. With the recently released stats that the United States has reached double digit unemployment