Looking to Make Some Extra Money for the Holidays? Here’s How to Find a Seasonal Job.

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As the holidays are quickly approaching, job seekers are racing to put some extra money in their pockets before it’s too late. It doesn’t matter if you need the cash to buy gifts for your loved ones or even if you just want some extra spending money for yourself – we have plenty of tips… Read more »

Immediate Steps Your Company Should Take if an Employee is Hurt on the Job

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Workplace accidents and injuries are no joke – they can be devastating to both the employee and the employer. According to recent research from Liberty Mutual, non-fatal workplace injuries in the U.S. amount to nearly $600 million in workers’ compensation costs every single year. As you might expect, it’s critical your company responds to the… Read more »

Does Your New Hire Have Leadership Potential?

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  Let’s face it – there are leaders and there are followers. Not every employee is a natural born leader, and some have difficulty managing such responsibility even after training. But there are some traits to look for if you’re hiring with leadership in mind. Not only will these nuances tip you off to their… Read more »

5 Skills to Look for When Hiring for Manufacturing

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  Hiring for the manufacturing industry is difficult. On one hand, many of the skills needed are either learned through schooling or training. Many employers even provide training to ensure the effectiveness of new recruits. In some cases, recruitment agencies – including Automation Personnel Services – even provide the necessary training. But you can’t ignore… Read more »

5 Steps to Take Before Accepting the Job Offer

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  Receiving a new job offer is an exciting time. This is especially true if it’s a job you’ve always wanted, or one you’ve been eyeing for a long time. In either case, it’s important you don’t let your emotions take over. While it’s easy to get excited – and blindly sign on the dotted… Read more »