Posts Tagged: Sonoma County Staffing Firm

4 Ways to Weave Your Industry Knowledge Into a Job Interview

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  Every job seeker knows it’s important to research a potential employer before the big job interview. But doing your homework involves more than just reading the company’s “About Us” page on their website. If you really want to hit your interview out of the park, it pays to spend time getting to know the… Read more »

New Public-Private Partnership Bolsters Classroom-to-Career Pipeline 

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As released by Sonoma State University on October 23, 2017: Northern California’s Star Staffing Tapped for Career Services Pilot Program Rohnert Park, California – The School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Sonoma State University (SSU) today announced a strategic partnership and career services pilot program with Star Staffing, a leading regional employment agency with… Read more »

3 Crucial Skills for Anyone Applying to Be a Forklift Operator

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  Star Staffing is looking for a forklift operator with experience in operating forklift trucks to load and unload materials and deliveries, and move loads to and from storage areas, machines, and loading docks. It’s a job that plays a vital role in industrial, manufacturing, and construction facilities, which require fast and efficient movement of… Read more »

How to Build a Better Talent Pipeline

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  While an improving economy and employment rate is a good thing, many employers and workforce management professionals also face the reality of a competitive job market. One solution to this problem is to keep a shortlist of suitable candidates for different positions in your organization at all times. This way, you have options every… Read more »

Discreet Ways to Look for Work While You’re Still Employed

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  Are you happily employed with a company you actually love working for? If so, the last thing on your mind right is to look for a new job, right? But there are actually several good reasons why you should keep your keep your ear to the ground for any potential job opportunities. For starters,… Read more »

4 Ways to Gauge Your Interviewer’s Reaction Through Their Body Language

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No interviewee wants to mess up their job interview. But you probably also know that some things are out of your control. Take for example your anxiety, which can get the best of you and cause you to say the wrong things. But how do you know said something wrong, besides the obvious interview faux… Read more »

4 Tips to Hire the Best Receptionist You’ll Ever Have

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  Staffing services firms know how valuable a skilled receptionist can be for any company. Every time someone matching all the qualities of a great receptionist surfaces on the job market, you can bet that other companies will jump on the chance to hire that person right away. The key to hiring a receptionist in… Read more »

What Does It Take to Be a Top Picker Packer?

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  If you are looking for an opportunity to work at a warehouse or distribution center, then you apply for picker packer jobs. Wholesalers, retailers and manufacturers often have distribution centers where they hole inventory before shipping to consumers or trade buyers. As a picker packer, you will have to perform several duties that generally… 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 »

How To Stay Busy During The Slow Post-Harvest Season

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  The bulk of the harvest season is over and you might already be feeling that there is little to do. As a member of the agricultural industry, you have to constantly look for creative ways to fortify your business, so that you can weather future ups and downs. With that in mind, you should look… Read more »