Posts Categorized: Tips and Tricks

Hiring temporary employees can be a cost-efficient way to boost your workforce during the busy season or to evaluate new workers without making a long-term commitment. Unfortunately, bringing on new talent comes with the risk of impeding work flow, and temporary workers sometimes have a hard time assimilating, since they…Read More

When preparing for an upcoming interview, many job seekers will spend time researching the company and rehearsing answers to likely interview questions. Unfortunately, many interviewees forget that hiring mangers don’t only judge candidates based on what they say. In fact, a lot of communication that takes place in an interview…Read More

Every employer knows the headache of hiring a candidate who doesn’t quite gel at the company. At Bolder Staffing, Inc., we know how frustrating it can be to go through an exhaustive hiring process only to end up with a new employee who drags down productivity and hinders the workflow…Read More

Going in for a job interview can be daunting, and how you perform in the room could mean the difference between success and failure. If you’re committed to landing a job, then it’s important to prepare for the interview beforehand and develop answers to questions you’re likely to encounter. At…Read More

During the hiring process, you’re hoping to find the perfect candidate to work for your company. Unfortunately, yours isn’t the only business looking for top-notch talent, and quality employees often have the luxury of choosing where they want to work, putting them in the driver’s seat. So during the interview…Read More

A top-notch cover letter and resume aren’t always enough to get you in the door of your dream company. Sometimes providing the right professional references to back up your abilities can make all the difference. Here are a few tips on selecting the right professional references for your desired position:…Read More

When embarking on an employee search, companies tend to look for the best and brightest. And while there’s nothing wrong with this philosophy, businesses that focus only on skills and achievements may find themselves suffering turnover issues down the line. After all, an employee’s talent and experience don’t necessarily speak…Read More

It’s not enough to be up to speed on the latest coding languages and computer programs. To succeed in today’s competitive workforce, employees must also possess a wide array of soft skills. Non-technical abilities, soft skills refer to a job candidate’s emotional intelligence that affect their ability to problem solve…Read More

Temporary work is a great opportunity to make some much-needed cash while broadening your skill set. Still, temp employees often struggle to find the best ways of listing short-term jobs on their resumes. After all, you don’t want employers to think you quit early or, worse, were let go for…Read More

If you’ve ever worked in HR, then you’ve likely heard your share of candidate elevator pitches—probably more than your share! While these pitches can be dull as dishwater, they do offer important information about the candidate in question, provided you know what to listen for. Here are three vital pieces…Read More