Posts Tagged: Napa County Job Search

4 Job Interview Answers You Should Keep Short and Simple

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  Many job searchers believe the longer their interview, the better their chances of getting the job. So they try to give lengthy answers to all questions in an effort to impress. But if you ask staffing firms and hiring managers, a little bit of brevity from time to time might actually improve your chances… Read more »

6 Refresher Courses Your Employees Should Take Every Year

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  Effective workforce management is but one of many challenges businesses face that require constant attention. With different employees having different personalities, all working within the confines of your office eight hours a day, it’s inevitable for conflicts and issues to come up. One solution to this problem is to invest in training and continued… Read more »

3 Quick And Easy Ways to Show Your Co-workers You’re Grateful for Them

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  Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and in between thoughts of eating roast turkey, casserole and mashed potatoes, if you’re like most people, you’ve probably been thinking about everything you have to be grateful for. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to let people know you appreciate them – friends, loved ones, and coworkers. Showing gratitude to your… Read more »

These Signs Prove You’re an Effective and Respected Leader

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    Objective self-awareness is something that often escapes many people. But being aware of your actions and abilities is critical, especially if you’re a leader. So, how do you know if you’re doing OK as the captain of your ship? The fact that you’re asking this question probably means you have at least some… Read more »

It’s Harvest Season! How to Break Into the Wine Industry with the Help of Star Staffing!

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  If you’ve always been curious about what it’s like to work in a vineyard, now is the perfect time to get started. With harvest season just around the corner, Star Staffing is looking for cellar workers willing to work over the harvest season. This job is perfect for anyone looking for a short stint… Read more »

3 Ways to Get Over Your Job Search Blues!

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  Coming off the loss of your job and having to look for a new one can be a soul-crushing experience. Your ego took a beating, you’re hurt, and you’re scared that you might not be able to look for a new job. Unfortunately, there’s no easy way to beat your job search blues. You’re… Read more »

Don’t Leave the Job Interview Without Asking These 5 Questions

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  Contrary to what most people think, job interviews are not a one-way street, that is, the interviewer shouldn’t be the only one asking questions. Asking questions also allows you to extract crucial information to help you give better answers yourself. And remember, you’re not just applying for a job, you’re also trying to determine… Read more »

Why Should I Write a Resume for Manufacturing Work?

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  Many people applying for manufacturing and industrial positions tend to disregard the value of a resume, and it doesn’t help that most resume-writing guides focus on office and corporate positions. Be that as it may, it’s important to find a way to stand out from the sea of people applying for the same jobs… Read more »

Answering the Classic Interview Question: What is Your Work Style?

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  Having to describe your work style in a job interview can be a nerve-wracking experience. Your recruiter wants to know how you will fit the job and organization; obviously, your answer can make or break your chances of getting the hired. This question also uncovers your level of self-awareness and ability to communicate your… Read more »