Is You Job Search Strategy in Need of an Update?

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You’ve been on the hunt for weeks, maybe months. You’ve had a few interviews, it seems like you’re on the right track, and then you never get the call. Finding the right job is its own full-time role. We’ve all been there – you apply for a posting online, you attach your resume, and then… Read more »

How an Ordinary Person Becomes Extraordinary at Work

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We all know people who seem to be naturally gifted. They are able to play sports, write novels or even learn a new instrument quickly and easily. There are even those in the workplace who seem to be good at certain things naturally where you have to struggle just to keep up. You may envy… Read more »

Employers Health Insurance Plans Evolving

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The ACA has brought about many changes to company insurance offerings to employees.  In the next three years, the majority of companies in the U.S. expect to make more changes to their health insurance programs. Here is a great article on trends in healthcare offerings for U.S. companies. http://staffingtalk.com/employers-expect-to-make-changes-to-health-care-programs If you would like more information… Read more »

Stand Out in the Job Market and Prove Your Skills

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When you are applying for a job, a resume and a cover letter may not be enough to get you noticed. Employers tend to scan resumes to find specific keywords and phrases, so they may miss the list of accomplishments you are so proud of in your resume. In addition, you may be competing against… Read more »

ICE Audits- How To Decrease Your Risk for Penalties

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Ready for Your ICE Audit? Or did that headline just make you break out into a cold sweat? Facing an audit from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can seem daunting. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are some practical steps your organization can take to help ensure your I-9 forms are in compliance —… Read more »

Get More Done… By Doing Less!

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Workers are constantly looking for ways to get more things done in less time. It turns out, the secret to doing more may in fact be doing less. That is to say, by eliminating some of your daily tasks, you can end up being a lot more productive and efficient on the work you do… Read more »

5 Apps all Job Seekers MUST Use

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Finding a job in 2014 is not easy.  Today’s job search can be a long, time-consuming and difficult process.  Luckily, there are more resources than ever these days to help job seekers manage and succeed in their search. There are numerous mobile apps offering assistance with everything from personal assessments and resume-building, to scheduling and… Read more »

Survey on Hiring Challenges in 2014

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I wanted to share a great article that is worth reading. Haley Marketing surveyed 500 HR Professionals and Hiring Mangers about the challenges they are facing in hiring today.    These challenges are across the country. http://resources.jobstorestaffing.com/hiringsurveyresults/c/20344  

Turning Your Duties into Resume Accomplishments

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Putting together a resume is about selling yourself. Too often, resumes read more like a list of duties than a list of accomplishments. The difference between the two is big. “Planning events,” is a duty. “Managing all aspects of a large thousand-person charity benefit dinner,” is an accomplishment. Duties only show prospective employers what you… Read more »

Job Store Staffing Celebrates 40th Anniversary!

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As we celebrate our 40th year in business, our organization would like to thank our loyal customers and employees. Your partnerships, dedication and hard work, have made us the company we are today. History Job Store Staffing is moving into the next 40 years of business in Colorado with our new logo and branding, new website, technology upgrades, and a… Read more »