J & J Staffing Resources

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • How to Use Instagram for Social Media Recruiting

    Social media recruiting for businesses isn’t a new thing. You would be hard pressed to find a recruiter who doesn’t maintain a social presence on various social platforms these days. While LinkedIn may seem like the most obvious choice for social media recruiting, alternative networks like Instagram can be useful to find talent, facilitate interactions with potential candidates, and sell yourself ...

  • 5 Ways to Stay Healthy at Work

    With the New Year just around the corner, a lot of us are starting to think about how to improve our jobs, health, and life. Since the average American works about 8.9 hours a day, making adjustments to our habits at work where we spend a fair amount of time can have a positive impact on our health.Not only does being healthy feel good, but it goes hand in hand with having less stress, greater pro...

  • 4 Secrets of Google’s Recruitment Process

    Google is frequently ranked as one of the best places to work around the globe. It’s no secret that they are a powerhouse when it comes to hiring and retaining talented employees. Every year, Google gets about 2.5 million applications. That’s a mind-boggling amount of potential candidates to process, so how do they find and hire the best employees?Laszlo Bock, Google's senior vice president of peo...

  • 5 Common Hiring Mistakes Employers Make

    5 Common Hiring Mistakes Employers Make There’s no way around it: hiring a new employee is a time-consuming and expensive process for employers. It takes hours of interviews, meetings, testing, paperwork, contacting references, and background checks. After going through these hurdles, it can be a big setback for a company if the new hire doesn’t turn out to be the right fit for the job. That’s why...

  • The Pros and Cons of Smartphone Use in the Workplace

    Smartphones are here to stay and affect our everyday lives. As of 2015, 92% of people between the ages of 18 and 34 own a smartphone, and so do 65% of adults over 35 years old. From Millennials to Baby Boomers, people are utilizing their phones to stay connected, but how does that usage affect your workplace?Depending on what kind of work environment you want to foster as an employer or join as an...

  • How to Resolve Conflict in the Workplace

    Conflict in the workplace is unavoidable, and trying to ignore it is a mistake you don’t want to make. In an office setting, you’re working with people from various backgrounds and differing opinions at every level. It’s only a matter of time and circumstance until conflict arises.“While conflict is a normal part of any social and organizational setting, the challenge of conflict lies in how one c...

  • 5 Workplace Health Tips You Need to Boost Productivity

    Do you want the ideal job? Well, you need to look for more than just salary, work/life balance, and culture. Working for the ideal company also means selecting a place where you can stay healthy both in mind and body. These workplace health tips will guide you towards a more positive experience wherever you land.Before we begin, it’s important to measure the level of stress you’re under right now....

J & J Staffing Resources

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Things Not to Do When Interviewing for a Job

    Job interviews are a daunting process. You’re putting yourself in an unfamiliar situation, meeting new people, and knowing you are being evaluated based on a conversation of an hour or less. Still, an interview is often the only way you’ll be offered a job, so it’s to your benefit to practice, prepare, and know the dos and don’ts of interviewing. If you can avoid these 5 interview pitfalls, your t...

J & J Staffing Resources

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Job Quality vs. Job Compensation: What’s the Deciding Factor?

    A big component of any job is the salary or wage. After all, most people work in order to earn money for the things they need and want in life - though enjoying your job is certainly a bonus! When evaluating a job offer, what you will be paid is most likely your key consideration, but it shouldn’t be the only deciding factor. Possible drawbacks of higher payYou may think there are no downsides to ...

J & J Staffing Resources

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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