How to Approach the Weakness Question

Interviewing for a new position can be stressful and also emotionally exhausting. When getting asked the classic interview questions, there is always one that catches the interviewee off guard. Any guesses what that could be? Yup, “What is your greatest weakness?” Let’s dive in and go through ways on how to approach the weakness question.… Read More »

How to Captivate and Retain Millennials in the Workplace

Millennials are a generation not like any other. They grew up alongside the digital age and have different expectations of their work lives compared to generations before them. As a staffing company we needed to pivot and change how we recruit so we can attract all talents for our clients. We must not only look… Read More »

Now Is The Perfect Time To Hire

If you got past the headline of this article, you probably did a double-take. Orders and closings are down and monthly revenue is likely down from the historic highs that we have experienced. “Why on earth would NOW be the perfect time to hire?” The answer is simple, you have the opportunity to make your office… Read More »

Social Media Cyber Danger in the Office

Cyber theft is getting more and more prominent as the social media platforms expand. Social Media gives us an outlet to share, connect, and learn. But sometimes oversharing can lead to a breached account either personal or business.  Utilize two factor authentication. Many sites can let you change your password by answering security questions. Sometimes… Read More »

Up & Down- We’ve All Been On This Ride Before

We all know that rates have been going up the past month and real estate activity has started to decline. With the higher interest rates, sale activity has modestly slowed and refis have come to a screeching halt.  As a staffing leader in the real estate industry, we pride ourselves on being shoulder-to-shoulder with you… Read More »

Job pool… or Job Puddle?

According to the U.S. bureau of labor statistics, job opportunities rose 431,000 in March 2022, and the unemployment rate declined to 3.6 percent. With the number of jobs increasing and unemployment rates decreasing, you may be asking yourself, “Why is it still difficult finding a quality candidate?” The job pool may look appealing but in… Read More »

Public Speaking: Go from Afraid to Fearless

For some, speaking in public can be nerve racking and even thinking about having to do it can lead you into cold sweats. Fear not, there are a few ways you can tackle this head on and make yourself a better speaker. Not only do these tips below work for public speaking, they are also… Read More »

Managing Team Morale

As we enter into the second quarter of 2022, reports from the first quarter will start to be analyzed to see what can be changed going into the new quarter. Perhaps productivity was slightly lacking in the first quarter. There is one idea that could help increase productivity, and that is managing your team’s morale.… Read More »