4 Ways to Stay Interested in a Job You Don’t Like

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At Automation Personnel Services, we realize how difficult it is to remain interested in a job you simply don’t like. We always try to connect our recruits with new and exciting opportunities in their fields, but it’s perfectly normal for an employee to lose interest in their job over the course of time. If you… Read more »

Signs It’s Time to Replace Your New Hire, Already!

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Professional relationships don’t always work out as planned. Even the most qualified of recruits might have glaring issues with their personality, work ethic or other traits that simply don’t align with the goals of your company. Automation Personnel Services understands this. As one of the largest staffing firms in U.S., we pride ourselves in matching… Read more »

How to Spot a Poor Leader in the Workplace

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There are good leaders and there are bad leaders. Automation Personnel Services understands this, and we do everything in our power to connect all our qualified candidates with top employers and leaders in their industry. Despite our best efforts, we can’t scrutinize every single leadership official you might come across. But we can provide you… Read more »

How You and Your Team Can Help Prevent Heat-Related Illness in Summer Months

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Automation Personnel Services offers many safety precautions that help temporary employees perform better in the heat. Since summer is in full swing, we’ll focus this post on how to get your staff involved in preventing heat-related illness during warmer months. How to Know When the Heat Has Become Too Much? Some of the warning signs… Read more »

3 Tips to Make Talkative Employees More Productive

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Automation Personnel Services understands the difference between productive communications and those who are just talking to get their voices heard. If you’re currently benefitting from any of our services, including payroll services, temporary staffing or any of our technical services, you’ve probably already noticed the emphasis we place on communications. Maintaining a similar focus for… Read more »

How Can You Write a Rejection Letter That Makes Your Company Look Impressive?

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The art of writing a rejection letter is something every business leader should master. Although some rely on a standard document or generic template, this can be offensive to some. Instead, try to craft a letter that is straightforward, concise and informative. Apart from getting your point across without being to blunt or harsh, this… Read more »

Interview Questions to Learn About Teamwork

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It’s important to find team players in today’s highly collaborative environments. This can be easier said than done. Asking the right questions of potential employees is the key to filling your ranks with team-oriented recruits. What Makes a Great Team? Ask each candidate for their description of a great team. Have them cite real-world examples… Read more »

How Do You Manage Difficult Employees?

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Nearly all of us are bound to suffer from a difficult employee at one point or another. While they don’t do enough to justify an outright termination, their presence in the workplace brings down the morale of everyone around them. If this describes one or more of your employees, there is a step-by-step process of… Read more »

Are Off-the-Wall Interview Questions a Waste of Time?

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Some of the more creative hiring managers like to use humor during the initial interview. This is often done by asking off-the-wall or unexpected questions. Not only does this ease some of the anxiety for the job applicant, but it also opens friendly talk right from the start. Building trust and a good rapport with… Read more »

4 Ways to Showcase Manufacturing as an Exciting Career Choice

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Although it has the potential to be a worthwhile career choice, the manufacturing industry has a reputation as a boring, tedious and dull profession. The ever-growing Skills Gap explains why many manufacturing owners are struggling to maintain quotas and meet project deadlines. In a national effort to mend the gap, it’s crucial to show the… Read more »