This is a letter to my future clients or any client who is struggling to make the best hire for their critical needs. If you are in human resources, own a business, or are a Hiring Manager, there is a vast range of experience when it comes to hiring.Continue reading »
I get it. You need to hire someone, can’t find them on your own, the jobs been open for two, four, eight weeks now and now turn to a staffing company as a last resort and want to know price, makes sense.Before looking at what a staffing service may cost, you should first explore the expenses you already have as part of the equation.Continue reading »
We hope this blog gives you a few ideas on how you can leverage your current job or future internship to help you land a new position! There are many ways to find the right fit for you, your skills, and your experience. At the end of the day, although we took vastly different approaches we both working here at Celebrity Staff. We both are in roles that are fulfilling to us. This applies beyond the soon to be graduates, we believe that knowing how to leverage your past skills is a vital element to successfully searching for a job no matter what. So taking a few moments to inventory your experiences and highlight what you are bringing to a prospective employer is a smart tactic for any job seeker!Continue reading »
This is where a lot of communication begins to break down, especially if you chose to not move forward with the candidate. Why do we want to know all the details? What do we do with the information? The short answer is that we are trying to ensure you are getting exactly what you need and help our candidates in the process.
Jobseekers can often bring raw emotions like fear, apprehension, and grief into interviews for Recruiters to sift through and find direction. Coaching candidates and clients cultivates everything from trust to annoyance and anger. Waiting for interview feedback is a time of anticipation, self-doubt, and optimism. Being a part of offering someone a job and helping them achieve their professional goals is a time of joy for all parties. Conversely being a part of letting people go or downsizing can be a time of disappointment and sadness.Continue reading »
It is the offseason for the two most popular sports in America. The word offseason is a deceiving term becauseContinue reading »
The New Year’s resolutions like lose weight, quit smoking, and save more money are not just for personal goals anymore. These New Year’s resolutions can be set for the hiring needs of your business as well. If you could think of just five resolutions for your hiring this year, what would they be?Continue reading »
Whether it’s because someone is retiring or business is booming, you’ve made the decision to hire. What’s your next step? Bringing on a new member of your team is a big investment of time and money. You need to make sure the new person is truly a fit not only for the job but also for the company.
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 hiring decisions by giving you some ideas of how to move forward.Continue reading »