Category: THIS & THAT

Snelling Midlands Offers Free Resume Review and Career Tools

Publication: Metro Columbia CEO Publication Date: 5/20/2020 Snelling Staffing Services of the Midlands, a full-service staffing agency that provides customized solutions to candidates and companies across the Midlands, is offering a free Resume Review and Software Reboot service through August 31, 2020. To have a resume reviewed at no charge, or to access free online tutoring and […]

Thank You To All Of Our Temporary Employees!

To all of our valued Snelling Employees, On behalf of Snelling Staffing, and each of our local offices, the Snelling Executive Team would like to extend our sincere appreciation for the amazing work and commitment that each of you have displayed during this global crisis. Many of our clients have been deemed as essential employers, […]

3 Ways to Overcome the Skills Gap and Hire the Right People

The skills gap is real, and it is much more nuanced than many people think. The issue is not just too many college graduates and not enough blue collar workers. It reaches beyond one industry and one company, cutting across manufacturing, healthcare, retail and wholesale/distribution. So how do you overcome the skills gap and hire the […]

Summer Vacation is Around the Corner – Staffing for Vacations

By Melinda Juneau, In the medical field, you are trained for emergencies. They happen almost daily and if a day is calm, you begin looking around to see what is wrong; it’s just in the nature of healthcare for the unexpected to happen. No one can plan their medical problems and it is one […]

Have you Looked at your Wellness Program Lately?

By Melinda Juneau, The average healthcare employee will spend anywhere from 8-11+ hours at their workplace on a daily basis.  What are you doing to facilitate a healthy life for them while they are at work?  Do you have a wellness plan implemented?  Taking the time to care about your staffs’ health and well-being […]

5 Things to Never to Say to a Nurse

By Melinda Juneau, Just because you watch a hospital drama every week, does not make you an expert on the goings-on in a hospital. Yet, on a daily basis, nurses are exposed to those who feel as though they have the inside scoop on hospitals. Nurses will hear it all before their shift is […]

A Corporate Brand and a Temporary Workforce – The Two Can Work Together

It only takes one worker to give a company and its employees a bad reputation.  It only takes one worker to damage a company’s brand.  That worker could be a full-time employee, but it could just as well be a temporary worker.   The issue of how to integrate a larger contingent workforce into your day-to-day […]

Spanning the Generations – The New Workplace Dynamic

The weak economy has caused many people to put off retirement and stay in the workforce much long than originally planned. Combined with the approximately 100,000 new workers entering the workforce every month, a new workplace dynamic has emerged. For the first time in recorded history, there are workers spanning four different generations in the […]

Boost Your Personal Productivity – Eliminate Unproductive Meetings!

Have you ever stopped to consider how much “marathon meetings” and “it’ll just take a minute – really” impromptu discussions really cost your company?  Consider this example: A weekly meeting with 6 people, making an average of $20 per hour, costs your business $120 per hour.  If you waste just 15 minutes of that time […]

Cover All Your Bases with a Well-Crafted Cover Letter

In a time when a single job opening can yield literally hundreds of responses, how can you move your résumé to the top of the stack? For starters, always include a letter-perfect cover letter.  Why?  The reasons are simple.  A strong cover letter allows you to: personalize your résumé; grab an employer’s interest by emphasizing […]