Older Car Maintenance Tips

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Tips for keeping an older car in shape.

Five Simple Maintenance Tips To Keep an Older Car in Shape By Joe Crowe  Few people can afford a top-of-the-line, straight off the dealer’s room floor new car, but we all know how important it is to have a reliable means of transportation to get to and from work each day. However, if all you… Read more »

5 Perks to Offering Coffee in the Break Room

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Coffee breaks are a fantastic way of splitting up the monotony of the average workday, but you can take it one step further by supplying the coffee yourself! While it will add to your overhead expenses, the direct benefits you receive will more than make up for the extra money spent on hot coffee in… Read more »

What Is It Like To Be In Your Boss’s Shoes For A Day?

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Being the boss is a challenging job. Not only are they responsible for ensuring the day-to-day productivity of the entire team, they also have executive-level accountability, too. In short, the boss serves as a middleman between the general workforce and those that have financial interest in the company. While this might be hard to imagine,… Read more »

The Top 5 Things Passive Job Seekers Are Looking for in a New Role

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Passive job seekers are one of the most difficult demographics to recruit. While they tend to make great workers, the fact they’re not looking for work puts the advantage in their hands. Moreover, passive job seekers can be tricky to locate in the first place – they don’t exactly come to you. With that in… Read more »

What You Can Do as a Manager to Combat Workplace Negativity

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A happy workplace is a productive workplace. As a manager or supervisor, it’s your job to cultivate a positive and friendly job site – but this is easier said than done. Between negative-minded employees, clashing personalities and staff members who just can’t seem to get along, it can be challenging to maintain peace among the… Read more »

How to Boost Your Energy at Work During the Holiday Season

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The holiday season is a time for fun, excitement, gift-giving and spending time with your family members, and many of the recruiters at Automation Personnel Services have big plans of their own. However, the hustle and bustle of this time of year can also give way to headaches, undue stress and anxiety. If you want… Read more »

The Power of Delegating and How It Can Make You a Better Manager

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As a manager, you have a lot of different powers. While you might not be a superhero, you are the leader of your team – and that makes you instrumental in the success of the entire organization. Depending on the exact scope of your role, you might have the power to schedule shifts, issue promotions… Read more »

How to Follow up With a Potential Employer After Being Told You’re Overqualified

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Sometimes it seems like you just can’t win. You’ve spent decades following a solid career path and rewrote your resume countless times – but you still come across as overqualified. It’s a real problem that affects many of the workers seeking temporary assignments.  Automation Personnel Services can help you overcome this issue and make your… Read more »

3 Wellness Initiatives to Implement in Your Workplace for the Holiday Season

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The summer months are all wrapped up and despite the warm weather, the holiday season is quickly approaching. Automation Personnel Services knows this is a busy time for staffing services and recruiting agencies across the nation. Not only does it demand flexible staffing solutions, it calls for increased attention to the health and wellness of… Read more »

3 Tips to Turn a Seasonal Position Into a Full-Time Offer

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As the holiday season is nearly upon us, you’re probably already ramping up your efforts to find a job. Thousands of temporary workers around the nation rely on the coming months to make ends meet, and many full-time professionals use temporary agencies and recruitment agencies to make extra cash for the holidays. Some of these… Read more »