Ten Hot Weather Safety Tips
Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of fluids; drink about 16 ounces before starting and 5 to 7 ounces every 15 or 20 minutes. Avoid dehydrating liquids. Alcohol, coffee, tea and caffeinated soft drinks can hurt more than help. Wear protective clothing. Lightweight, light-colored and loose-fitting clothing helps protect against heat. Change clothing if it gets completely saturated. Pace…Read More
Safety starts with you as an employee. Your safety is your responsibility. Always follow correct procedures and ensure you are not taking shortcuts. Wear all designated personal protective equipment as it is the last line of defense to hazards at the workplace. Be alert and awake on the job. Be observant of your surroundings and…Read More
Do’s and Don’ts of working with a Talent Manager
Understanding the importance of recruiter relationships. Why is it so beneficial to learn how to speak with professionals and work with Talent Managers effectively? Over time, alliances with the right staffing agents can aid you in several different ways. Competent Talent Managers can do the following: Open up additional job opportunities you didn’t know about.…Read More
5 Reasons Why You Should Never Be Late Again
Being late can portray that you are unable, or unwilling to manage your time appropriately. Arriving late also puts you at a disadvantage. You may miss valuable opportunities. Time is money! Cliché, however very true. People waiting for you waste time, and money. It sets a bad example, if you are looking to grow in…Read More
What to expect? Some standard interview questions you may encounter: Why do you want to work for us? What do you know about this position? What experience do you have in this position? What are your best strengths and weaknesses? Why did you leave your previous jobs/why are you leaving your current position? Why should…Read More
Gaps in your experience?
Rarely will recruiters or hiring managers take issue with gaps in your experience — as long as you have a reason for those gaps. It’s always best to be upfront and honest about why you weren’t working. Before meeting with recruiters or hiring managers, make sure you take the time to prepare your answer. Even…Read More
COVID-19 Safety Updates
Your health and well-being are important to us. As employers – and pretty much everyone else around the world – we are mindful of the developing novel coronavirus(COVID-19) situation, and we are moving forward with our work and doing our best to meet your needs, those of our clients, and our internal staff. While many…Read More
What is OSHA?
OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA provides workers the Right to… A safe and healthful workplace – no worker shall be placed in an unsafe working environment Know about hazardous conditions – employees have the right to know about hazardous conditions in a workplace and how to protect themselves from those hazards.…Read More