To Succeed in a Warehouse Job, You Need These Skills and Qualities

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To succeed in a warehouse job, it’s important to have communication skills, computer literacy, tech skills, learn quickly, and be dependable and flexible.       Warehouse workers have a lot of job security these days. If you’re looking for a full-time role as an employee or manager, it’s a good industry to get into. What skills do… Read more »

When Writing Your Resume, How Far Back Should it Go?

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One of the most common questions we are asked is: When writing your resume, how far should it go back? There are differing schools of thought on this. On the one hand, all your work experience has led you to this point. It’s all valid and valuable. On the other hand, if you’ve been working… Read more »

Learn How to Handle Stress While Working During COVID-19

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Employers take note: Now is the time to say thanks to your employees. The holiday season naturally lends itself to the idea that we should be grateful for all we have. It’s an important time for employers to show workers that you appreciate them and that you will get through things together as a team. We have… Read more »

Learn Important Summer Safety Tips For Warehouse Workers

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While working in a warehouse during the summer, it’s important to stay hydrated, take more frequent breaks, avoid skipping your maintenance schedule, and more.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is quick to cite the alarming statistics; of the more than one million warehouse and construction workers in the U.S., 14 die every day in… Read more »

These Resume Points Immediately Stick Out to Recruiters

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A few things on your resume that immediately stick out to recruiters include clear and concise formatting, organized information, quantified results, well-crafted descriptors, and more. You have about seven seconds to get the attention of an average recruiter. The statistics say that’s about what they spend on the first pass of your resume. While that… Read more »

Are You a Job Hopper? Follow These Important Resume Tips

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Changing jobs too frequently is a big red flag to employers. No company wants to hire someone who is going to depart soon after being brought on board, as that’s a waste of time and money. This doesn’t mean you can’t get a job if you’ve switched careers a lot. It just means you’ll need… Read more »

What an Employer Really Wants to Hear When They Say, “Tell Me About Yourself”

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One of the most common interview questions is: Tell me about yourself. This question is one that many job seekers dread because it is such an open-ended question and the answer could make or break the interview.   When a hiring manager asks you to share information about who you are, they aren’t looking for… Read more »

Are Your Employees Following Safety Regulations?

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As an employer, you expect a lot from your employees. From being productive to being good team players and exhibiting character traits like honesty. However, one of the most important things employers need from employees is a focus on safety. If your employees are not following best practices for safety or are taking risks on… Read more »

How Can You Make Each Shift Feel Important?

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Shift work is common in different industries, but issues can arise for companies with first-second-and third-shift workers.  First-shift workers often get more attention and more benefits than those working late shifts or overnights, in large part because these first-shift workers are around during routine business hours when there is usually a larger management presence. While… Read more »

Economist – Utah Economy Is Firing on All Cylinders

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The economy has a big impact on hiring and employment opportunities. In Utah, economists say the economy is firing on all cylinders. This is great news for those who are looking for work, as a strong economy means more demand for labor. Employers may need to be prepared to compete more for qualified workers, which… Read more »