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Protecting Your Hands, You Need Them to Collect Your Paycheck
Posted on 03/23 by Erin Helms
There are many hazards for a worker using hand or power tools. There are falling, flying, and abrasive objects. Harmful dust, fumes, mists, vapors, and gases are additional hazards, and one must use appropriate personal protective equipment when working. Hand safety is crucial. Your hands are constantly in use when you work, and you must take care to protect your hands. Here are tips for Keeping your hands protected when using hand and power tools so you can collect your paycheck with them!
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged #SafetyResources #SafetyFirst #WorkSafety
Do I Need a Resume for a Warehouse Position?
Posted on 03/16 by Erin Helms
The need for a resume is not limited to administrative or professional positions. Everyone needs a resume when job hunting, from CEOs to young people seeking a summer job. While warehouse worker positions are plentiful, there are many applicants. Want to capture a hiring manager’s attention? You will need a resume.
Posted in Job Seekers
Tagged #WarehouseJobs #2ndShiftWarehouseWork #WarehouseTempJobs #ResumeTips
Create a More Inclusive Workplace
Posted on 03/07 by Erin Helms
Most employers now realize that creating an inclusive culture that encourages individualism, respect, and appreciation is more critical than ever. But more is needed to run a business comprised of diverse employees. It would help if you promoted an inclusive work environment that makes all team members feel welcome and safe. Here are five ways to strengthen inclusivity and improve the employee experience.
Posted in Strategic Staffing
Tagged #DiversityRecruiting #DiversityStaffing #CreateInclusiveWorkplace
Team up with a Recruiter to Elevate Your Career in Construction
Posted on 02/28 by Erin Helms
Have you been scouring the job boards looking for better construction jobs? You know great jobs are out there. You’ve seen the postings and submitted your application and resume, but the response has been disappointing—when there is a response at all. Lowball offers, automatic replies stating the position has already been filled, and the frustration of sending out applications and getting no response can make you wonder if there is a better way to find construction jobs. There is—working with a construction temp agency can help you take your career to the next level. Recruiters for construction jobs are experts in the industry, the current job market, and what it takes to succeed in your field. They have a direct line to hiring managers and can get your application to the top of the pile. Having a construction recruiter in your corner is like having a career advocate championing you for the best construction jobs. Unlike when you’re working alone, you’ll always know where you stand in the hiring process and where to find excellent options.
Posted in Job Seekers
Tagged #constructionrecruiters, #constructionjobs, #careerinconstruction
Why Choose LaborMAX for a Temporary Job
Posted on 02/23 by Erin Helms