Tag: Best Staffing Firm in Odessa

Introvert? How to Interview Effectively

April 22nd, 2016

Feeling the pressure during an interview is natural for most job seekers, and that overwhelming sense of anxiety tends to be even more amplified for introverts. Unfortunately, personality type does not get you a free pass on in-person interviews; in order to get a chance in the workforce, the ability to interview well is a… Read more »

9 Things to Evaluate Candidates On (When Making a Hiring Decision)

March 31st, 2016

Making the correct hiring decision is critical, not only for your bottom line and quality of work, but also for your overall company morale. If your staff works closely together as a team, finding the candidate that is the right fit can be equally as important as ensuring they possess the correct skill set and… Read more »

What Are Some Strategic Staffing Trends to Adopt in 2016?

January 8th, 2016

Are you interested in expanding your business in 2016 – and boosting your bottom line in the process? As one of the leading staffing services firms in Texas, 1st Staffing Group knows it’s important to be aware of certain staffing trends that could significantly impact your ability to take on new initiatives and meet your… Read more »

Managing Employee Engagement Through Company Changes

December 7th, 2015

Change can be good – even necessary. As companies grow, change is an essential part of sustaining that growth and developing the organization and its employees. However, change can also pose challenges. Nearly everyone responds to change initially with caution, if not outright distrust. When managers understand the phases of grappling with change, they are… Read more »

Help Prevent Falls in Industrial Work Settings

November 23rd, 2015

Slip and fall accidents have become a stock comedy trope, often involving banana peels. But a slip, trip, or fall in the workplace is no joke. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, most industry accidents are slip and fall accidents. They’re second only to car accidents in causing accidental deaths, and they account for… Read more »

How to Keep Employees Safe When Operating Company Vehicles and Machinery

October 23rd, 2015

Many companies need employees to drive in order to carry out day-to-day business. When your staff is in charge of operating a company vehicle or machinery such as a forklift, safety must be their top priority. Here are some ways to help employees stay safe and keep others safe as well:

What Skills Are Actually “Job Skills?”

July 17th, 2014

When you’re listing your job skills in preparation for overhauling your resume or starting a new job, it can be easy to confuse your skills with your talents. While both sets of traits are important to your work life and can be valuable tools, employers want to understand the difference so they know what you… Read more »



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