How to Speak Up to Your Manager

Speaking with your manager about how they can better support you is important. This may involve sharing concerns about your tasks or teammates. Or, it could involve asking for help with a problem. Although your manager already may support you, they might not be aware of your concerns. This is why you should speak up.… Read More »

How to Use LinkedIn Networking for Job Search Success

LinkedIn is the top professional networking platform for a reason. It connects professionals with the contacts, roles, and companies they desire. You can use LinkedIn to set up informational interviews to learn more about a company or position. Talking with professionals in your field increases your odds of landing the desired role. This helps you… Read More »

These 6 Tips Will Revitalize Your Resume This Spring

JobStoreStaffing_Quantify Your Experience on Your Resume Using These 4 Tips

Spring is a great time to begin looking for a new role. As the weather begins to change, you may feel inspired to change your job as well. One of the first steps in your job search involves updating your resume. You need your information to be as clear and accurate as possible to land… Read More »

Why You Should Apply for Jobs NOW

If you still are collecting unemployment benefits during the coronavirus pandemic, the time to begin finding a job is now. With the increased unemployment benefits likely gone, you may be struggling to pay your bills. By finding a job, you gain access to attractive benefits. You may want to work with a recruiter to find… Read More »

How to Have a More Positive Outlook About Your Job

Job Store Staffing is channeling the popular “Marshmello” hit – we want you to be happier! Every role comes with its challenges. Whether you’re going through some tough times in a good position, or you’re struggling with your current role and eager to move on to the next opportunity, your attitude makes a difference. No… Read More »

How to Be More Confident in Your Job Interview

  Embrace your power as a candidate! Many job seekers defer to the interviewer, but it’s up to you to prove you belong. In order to harness your abilities and prove you are an ideal hire, you’ll need to exude some serious confidence. Here’s how you can show your courage and persuasiveness in a professional… Read More »

How to Answer the Worst Job Interview Question

Job seekers have enough troubles – creating an enticing cover letter, updating and tweaking the resume, filling out application after application. When a candidate finally gets the call for an interview, it’s exciting! However, it’s crucial to be prepared. “What’s your greatest weakness?” is always the most-dreaded interview question and we’ll help you answer it… Read More »

5 Warehouse Safety Tips to Keep In Mind

There are so many things that go into keeping your warehouse safe. From the smallest of screws to the largest machines, keeping your warehouse operational requires some serious leadership and attention to detail. To maintain an organized, safe warehouse, here are our top five warehouse safety tips. 1. Spills and General Cleaning It may seem… Read More »

Job Search Mistakes You Might Be Making

Finding the right position when you’re unemployed takes a ton of hard work. Each day is filled with applications, resume edits, cover letters, and references. You can apply to dozens of jobs as you look for the right fit, but it may take a while to land the right role. At the end of the… Read More »

How to Attract Millennials to Your Company

Embrace this generation of young minds; they’ll soon make up more than half of the American workforce. It’s essential any good leader leverage advantages that competitors may not. Be prepared, because if you’re serious about bringing in millennial talent, it will take more than adjusting your job description. A review of your company’s hiring practices… Read More »