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What’s Next? How to Write a Great New Chapter in Your Life

This blog will be dedicated to talking about something that’s approaching very quickly for myself and many other seniors. Yes, I’m talking about graduation. Excitement, anxiety, happiness, sadness, and relief are just a few of the emotions that might be associated with graduating.

It’s Time to Spring Clean Your Hiring Process!

The forecast is showing day after day of rain and all I can think is it's time for spring cleaning! Now I'm not here to give you tips on how to clean your garage or closet, I'm talking more along the lines of your interview process and assessment tools.

I Want to Leave My Job

Back in August I wrote a blog about wanting to love my job. I gave a few tips and tricks on how to kick start the process. Here we are a little over six months later and you still aren’t happy with your current position/company.

How to Get Lucky at Work and in Life

Saint Patrick's Day is right around the corner and shamrocks are popping up everywhere along with hopes of luck that the four leaf kind brings. I like the color green and enjoy the holiday festivities, but I don't much believe in luck.

How to Be a Flexible Manager Who Can Accomplish Goals

How often do you plan your day and it turns out nothing like you expected? I can honestly say this happens to me every single day. Some days are a speed bump and others, like today, are major detours. As a manager in any industry you have to be flexible to respond to unexpected challenges.

How to Grow in a Small Office: My Journey

People often ask me what it’s like working in a small office and I always share with them the benefits and possibilities it has created for me. Often times when I am interviewing candidates or speaking with potential candidates their response when I ask...

Lose Control – In a Productive Way!

I love to be prepared. I am the person who has Band-Aids, a multi-tool screwdriver, and a flashlight in my bag just in case I need to MacGyver my way out of a locked building. It is no secret to anyone who knows me that I always need to anticipate the outcome...

New Hires Lead to New Opportunities for All

Celebrity Staff recently hired five new team members, two of which I’m lucky enough to directly manage. It’s been a very busy and exciting time within our company as we continue to grow and prepare for the year ahead. These recent changes are not only exciting for us here at Celebrity Staff, but for you,

One, Two, Three, Break: Ways to Make the Most of Your Team Huddle

For more than 125 years the team huddle has been a common denominator for football teams across the nation. Over the years businesses across the world have taken the concept of a huddle and implemented it into their daily and/or weekly agendas. In the business world these "micro-meetings" can serve as a crucial touch point

Staffing Firm Confessions: What Your Recruiter Won’t Tell You, but Probably Should: Part 2

Back by popular demand, here is my second entry in the highly publicized, nationally renowned blog series, “Staffing Firm Confessions”. Ok, so maybe it’s not THAT popular, but I did have requests for a follow up from “Phil” in Chesapeake, VA and my mom. She loves all my blogs. I’m pretty sure...