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Should I be wary of a temporary employment agency that doesn’t test my skills before matching me with positions in my presumed skill set? While working at a staffing company in my past, one of my duties was to find temporary contractors for short contract stints lasting anywhere from 1 night to 1 year. Sometimes the company hiring us to find these people just needed bodies to do simple small part separation from one bin
Who Do We Hire For the Future of HVAC? The growing trend of Baby-Boomers retiring from the HVACR industry has forced many companies to scramble to find candidates to replace those seasoned service technicians and journeymen mechanics. Without a doubt, the best way to find potential employees is through referral networks. Managers and HVACR contractors must always be on the lookout for new talent, even if they are not actively hiring. Companies that are not
Phone Etiquette For Job Seekers – When speaking to or leaving a message for hiring managers or recruiters, it’s important to follow some basic etiquette rules. 1. Always sound professional and ready to speak to the hiring manager/recruiter… but also be prepared and have a well memorized or written out message in case you need to leave a message 2. If you leave a message, always leave your name and number twice…name at beginning and
Career Fair Techniques – There are some techniques to utilize at a career fair. It’s not supposed to be about long lines and bad parking. You need to do as much as you can to not waste your time, nor the time of the companies in attendance. o Dress professionally always! It does not matter the type of career fair.o Bring copious amounts of resumes. Better to have more than less.o Bring a nice binder
Here are some sample closing questions to ask a company before the end of your interview. You always want to make sure you research a company prior to attending an interview, so you can be as educated as possible. Remember, your competition is doing this legwork. On top of finishing with verbage relating to the company, industry and specific job you are interviewing for, you want to add some of these below questions in the