5 Employee Orientation Mistakes Made By Employers
New employee orientation is your company’s best opportunity to set up a strong foundation for your new hire, building a solid relationship with their new position within the business. When an orientation goes well, the new employee feels a connection with the company and strives to accomplish their goals in order to ensure a strong, long term future there. Many employers set out with the best of intentions, but end up with a poor orientation by committing these 5 mistakes.Continue Reading
4 Tips Every Boss Should Know On How To Have A Commanding Presence
If you are a leader in any capacity, it is your obligation to engender confidence from your team. Here are four quick tips for getting there fast:Continue Reading
8 Things Your Interviewer Wished You Knew
It’s Important To Be Honest – One of the biggest turn offs to a hiring manager is to come across an area of the resume where the truth has been stretched or you misrepresent yourself. Don’t lie, we want to hire the real you!Continue Reading
5 Reasons Your Small Business Should Support A Charity
Does your small business support a charity or non-profit group? As you grow your business and become more successful, you will have requests from different groups in your community for sponsorship, donations, participation in events or other ways of gi…Continue Reading
Dress For The Job You Want – Part II
One of the first things that we all learn when entering the work world is to “dress professionally” when going on an interview. Last week in a Hire Up blog post, we discussed the importance of “dressing for success” in relation to women. Now, it is time to talk about MEN!Continue Reading
Congrats Randle – Hire Up Employee Of The Month For April!!
Congratulations Randle! You did an outstanding job during the month of April and we wanted to tell you that you are AMAZING! We appreciate all you do! The Employee of the Month at Hire Up Staffing – Central Valley, is selected by management and is the…Continue Reading
Dress For The Job You Want – Part I
One of the first things that we all learn when entering the work world is to “dress professionally” when going on an interview. In an earlier Hire Up blog post we researched exactly how important this is to interviewers and found that IT ONE OF THE TOP THINGS EMPLOYERS LOOK AT when hiring.Continue Reading
How To Give A Successful Performance Review
As a leading staffing agency in the Central Valley, Hire Up knows that performance reviews are favored by few and dreaded by many. We, as experts in the field are here to give you some tips about how to make this process less painful for your team and you! We want to share the key to successful performance reviews.Continue Reading
Update Your Computer Skills & Get Hired
The world today seems to be entirely reliant on technology. Everyone is using gadgets, programs, and aps to effectively accomplish daily tasks at school, home, and work. Such tools make work faster and easier, but also keep people on their toes trying to staying current on how to operate them. A perfect example of this is technology in the work place. Almost all office jobs require at least basic to intermediate knowledge of the most current version of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Adobe PDF Editor, or other text editing software.Continue Reading
10 Tips On How To Run A Great Meeting At Work
Have you ever sat through a boring meeting at work? Mundane meetings are about as effective as walking on a treadmill while eating a slice of pizza, pointless. If the information given is not direct, interesting, valuable, and delivered in an organized manner, you may as well not have the meeting. People tend to “zone out” and get distracted if you don’t find a way to draw them in. We have developed 10 tips to help you run a great meeting at work.Continue Reading
Make sure your employees know their rights through COVID-19
Download this free poster to hand in the workplace, provided by the United States department of Labor! It covers all the new laws regarding paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave under the families first coronavirus response act.
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