Job Seekers

Body Language Hacks for Your Next Interview

Your interview is your chance to make the best face-to-face impression. You’ve already given the hiring manager a snapshot of your background and experience with your resume, but now you need to impress them with your personality, communication and personal interaction skills. Have you thought much about your body language? Here are some ways to make sure your body language is making the right impression when you meet with the hiring manager. Maintain appropriate eye [...]

4 Benefits of Temp Work

Almost everyone has considered doing temp work from time to time, but is it really worth it? What can it provide you in terms of flexibility or other benefits? In fact, more people are opting for contingent work, and many companies are using temporary staff to fill critical roles in their organizations. If you’re thinking about temping, here are some benefits to keep in mind. Keeps You Active in the Workforce Anyone who tries to [...]

Try This 1-Minute Trick to Walk into an Interview Confident

With movies like the Avengers franchise and Wonder Woman breaking out of genre entertainment and into the mainstream, all of us watch these superheroes onscreen and think about a fantasy world where we would all have their confidence. And it’s quite possible to have the same hero-level confidence without putting on a super suit. There is a one-minute trick, called a power pose, that can help build your confidence before walking into your next interview. [...]

How to Address Being Fired From a Previous Job in an Interview

At the time it happens, being fired can feel like the end of your career. But it doesn’t have to be. After a period of self-pity, which is perfectly acceptable, it’s time to pick yourself up and dust yourself off. By recovering from these mistakes and moving on, you can grow as a professional and possibly find an even better position for your long-term goals and aspirations. But to find that next job, you need [...]

How to Build a Resume When You Don’t Have a Lot of Experience

For job seekers just out of school or for those who might be transitioning from one career type to another, resumes can seem impossible. How do you convey your interest in the job and your ability to handle the duties when you don’t have a lot of experience? There is a lot of advice for resume writing online, and not all of it is perfect. Use the following five tips to build a resume without [...]

Top 5 Tips for Handling Frustrations at Work

Have you ever felt super frustrated at work? Maybe you’re having problems with a co-worker or a manager. Maybe you feel stuck in a rut with the job you’re doing every day. Before you just quit, there are some things you can do to get yourself motivated and excited about the work you’re doing again. Here are just a few things that can help you handle frustration at work more effectively. Find something to be [...]

Writing Your First Resume? Here Are 5 Tips to Get You Started

No one is born knowing how to write a resume. Over time, we pick up tricks and ideas from those around us. But putting thoughts down that first time, especially if you don’t have a lot of experience, can be daunting. Before you get started, it helps to review a few tips for writing your first resume. Here are some things to consider while you start. Brainstorm about your background. Before you sit down at [...]

Make Sure You Do These 6 Things Before Your Next Interview

You’re getting ready for your next interview. You know you need to brush up on your answers, dress to impress and investigate the company’s history. But are there little steps you might be missing? The tiniest details could make or break your ability to get a job offer, so how should you prepare before your next interview. Here are six things to do before your meeting. Print your resume. Don’t assume the hiring manager will [...]

5 Tips to Help You Get Along With Difficult Co-Workers

You are not going to get along with everyone in your workplace. No matter how hard you try, there will be cases where your personality is just at conflict with someone else’s. So what do you do about it? It may be easier to ignore them or undermine them, but for a positive working relationship there may be better options. If you have difficult co-workers you need to get along with to succeed in your [...]

FJC Personnel LLC Names Mr.Kreczmer Branch Manager

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Zoe Ann Mason (512) 879-4900                                                               September 3, 2016   FJC Personnel LLC Names Kreczmer Branch Manager   Round Rock, Texas – December 2, 2016 – FJC Personnel LLC promoted Justin Kreczmer to Selling Branch Manager.   Mr. Kreczmer will be responsible [...]