Recent years have seen the oldest of Generation Z entering the workforce. Many are fresh out of college or early in their career, looking for entry level positions within the professional workforce. Like with millennials ten years ago, it’s time to make the necessary adjustments to welcome this new generation into corporate America. And like… Read More »
Posts Categorized: Hiring Tips
A Look Into Cleveland’s Employment Post-2020
Are you considering operating a business in Cleveland? If you are, the first thing you need to look at is how the current labor market will affect your ability to staff your company. In the early 2010s, Cleveland underwent a large-scale economic development that got many companies to take notice and consider entering the burgeoning… Read More »
Planning to Hire in 2022?
Many customers of Area Temps, who traditionally enjoy the benefits of a flexible workforce, also find hidden value in our temp-to-hire program. “Try before you buy” is an effective way to evaluate potential permanent employees. And it can be a real savings, too! When you take one of our referrals onto your permanent payroll, not… Read More »
Here’s How to Nail Your Job Interview!
Keep in mind that the goal of an interview is to get an offer of employment. Once you have an offer, you’re in the driver’s seat and can decide whether it’s the right position for you. Here are 12 ways to make sure you’re the number one candidate for the job! # 1:… Read More »
The RNC is Coming to Cleveland…Are You Ready?
It’s an exciting time in Cleveland as the nation’s focus is on the tumultuous race for the Republican nomination and the upcoming Republican National Convention. The 2016 election has received unprecedented media attention and it will continue to gain momentum as the July convention approaches. According to the Cleveland 2016 Host Committee, the convention will… Read More »
6 Ways to Avoid I-9 Penalties
If Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) came knocking at your door, would your company be prepared for an I-9 audit? If you are unsure, then the answer is most likely “no.” The ICE is cracking down on I-9 compliance issues, conducting more than 3,000 audits per year, and leveling large fines to companies for I-9… Read More »