Interview Tips

Don’t Overlook These 5 Safety Hazards in Your Warehouse

You certainly know that safety is the most important thing in your warehouse. And we are all aware of the most common hazards such as falls, being struck by an object, or machine accidents. But what are some of the other safety hazards you need to be aware of in your warehouse? Here are 5 hazards you shouldn’t overlook and how to prevent an accident from happening.        Forklifts Ensuring safety while operating a forklift [...]

3 Ways to Convey that You Are A Hard Worker in the Job Interview

Your single job in an interview is to convince the manager that you’re the right person to hire for their job. But how do you convey that you’re a hard worker without drawing from the same over-used well as your competition? Before you simply say you have “good communication skills,” that you’re “a self-starter,” or a “team player who works well with others,” consider more impactful ways to convey your message. Here are 3 things [...]

Want to Make A Good First Impression for the Interview, but Can’t Afford the Attire?

You’ve always been told you need to make a great first impression on a job interview. Most of the time, that suggestion implies you need to wear a suit or other professional clothing. What if you can’t afford the latest high-power fashion? What if your budget doesn’t allow you to get that designer suit that will knock their socks off? You don’t have to break the bank to dress well and make a great impression. [...]

4 Tips that Command Trust & Respect in an Interview

After you send your resume and get a call back to schedule an interview, you must work hard to make the next impression. The interview is your chance to demonstrate how you’re the best possible candidate for their open position. You want to command trust and respect in the interview along with building a good rapport and showcasing your related experience. Here are 4 tips that can give you an edge.       Practice Your Handshake   A handshake [...]

3 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Temp Jobs

If you’ve been looking for a job, you may be missing out on an important opportunity. Many job seekers who are looking for a permanent position don’t consider applying with a staffing agency or accepting short-term temp positions. But temporary work has a number of benefits, including a paycheck when you might need it most. Here are three tips to help you get the most out of your temp jobs.   Consider it a Resume [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]