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Pleasanton, Calif. (January 2, 2018) — Drew Meisenheimer joined Cornerstone Staffing Solutions (www.cornerstone-staffing.com) as national director of sales where he will be accountable for the performance of the sales and marketing teams. He started in this role in November 2017.   Meisenheimer is known for designing staffing strategies that create positive experiences for his clients…. Read more »

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  Many career experts say you are best positioned to look for a new job while you are working because people who have a job already appear more desirable by nature. With that said, job hunting while you are currently employed can be challenging. You need to avoid tipping off your current employer while not… Read more »

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  Phone interviews typically wrap up with the interviewer asking if you have any questions for them. When given this opportunity, you should be able to ask a handful of smart questions that indicate you’ve been listening and have done your due diligence with regards to researching the business and the job you’re seeking. However,… Read more »

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  By: Robert Lawrence From a logistics analyst to a truck driver, there are a multitude of options for people seeking a career in the transportation industry. Many transportation jobs only require a high school degree. However, many jobs in this sector do call for some kind of certification. For instance, truck drivers must be… Read more »

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  Safety competency can degrade with time, especially when it comes to skills or knowledge employees don’t use frequently. So unless you’re, say, regularly evacuating the building for safety reasons, regular trainings are essential to keep knowledge fresh. But just how regular should those trainings be? The frequency of some safety training is mandated by… Read more »

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  Around the holidays, it’s essential for companies to effectively incorporate seasonal staff members and rapidly get them up to speed. From hiring and training to off boarding, seasonal workers can put human resources staff and managers to the test. Not only must hiring personnel locate and hire the proper people, they also have a… Read more »

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  You probably heard it before: Every interview is a two-way street. A potential employer may walk into the interview to ask you questions about your abilities and experience; however, you also have to prepare questions to ask your potential employer, including questions about the position, your potential boss and the business in general. These… Read more »

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  By: Robert Lawrence Maintaining a high degree of workplace safety is a challenge for all supervisors. When your staff members operate vehicles in the field all day rather than sitting at a desk, however, keeping them safe can feel like an insurmountable challenge. But what if you could keep an eye on every vehicle… Read more »

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  Sure, you could impress your boss at your seasonal job by working hard and producing results, but why wait until day one to make a great impression? You can standout out from other seasonal employees around you by making a great impression in the run up to your first day. By making yourself into… Read more »

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  When preparing for a job search, you typically review your resume and add on your most recent job, as well as newly gained abilities and certifications. It’s important to also edit or delete out-of-date information. If you don’t, your resume can become a jumble of dated achievements and abilities. You don’t have to wait… Read more »