Close Your Warehouse Interview on a High Note

If you’ve been searching for warehouse job opportunities, interviews can seem monotonous after awhile, making it difficult for many candidates to know how to distinguish themselves from the rest of the pack. When it comes time to ask questions at the end of your interview, you can make one final great impression by coming prepared… Read more »

Five Steps to Get the Promotion You’ve Been Chasing

If you’ve been at your job for a couple years, it’s natural to start seeking a promotion. However, getting a promotion requires a sustained effort not only to showcase your performance, but take initiative that goes above and beyond the core expectations of your job. Believe it or not, positioning yourself for a promotion requires… Read more »

How to Showcase Your Work Ethic and Personality on the Job Hunt

During the job search, it’s normal for candidates to focus heavily on impressing employers with the skills and qualifications they bring to the table. However, it’s important to remember to positively express yourself as a candidate and demonstrate your work ethic and personality during the application and interview process. Remember, employers aren’t just seeking qualified… Read more »

How Can You Identify Warehouse Employees With Potential for Growth?

Is your organization striving to build upon its current workforce? After hiring new warehouse employees, the next natural step to retaining them is to identify their long-term potential for growth. With so much time and money spent on training new workers, it’s easier – and less expensive – for organizations to maintain their current talent… Read more »

Three Solutions to Combat Employee Retention Issues

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Are your employees heading for the door at an increasing rate? Poor employee retention can take a toll on your organization in many ways – culturally, operationally and financially.  While you can’t predict all the reasons employees leave your organization, you can take steps to address retention and create a workplace that promotes job satisfaction…. Read more »

Top Five Ways to Follow Up After a Job Interview

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After any job interview, it’s natural to feel eager to follow up with the employer and learn where you stand in the hiring process. Following up with an interviewer is almost an art within itself, requiring some meaningful thought and consideration. Believe it or not, learning the best approach to following up with employers can… Read more »

Take a Proactive Approach to Warehouse Safety Standards

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In any manufacturing or light industrial work environment, it’s critical that the highest degree of warehouse safety standards are established and enforced. Adhering to proper protocols and procedures is not only important for your personal safety, but also for the people around you as well as the overall production operation. Being a part of a… Read more »

How to Find Your Next Position With Facebook Jobs

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Looking for a new job? Believe it or not, your next position may be right in front of you – on Facebook! In 2017, Facebook launched a job search platform allowing users in the U.S. and Canada to search and apply for jobs directly through the site and mobile app. Through this new feature, companies… Read more »

Three Personal Protective Equipment Myths, Debunked

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If you work in a warehouse or manufacturing setting, you’ve almost certainly been required to wear protective equipment on the job, such as hard hats, goggles, work boots and gloves. However, there tends to be a lot of confusion around personal protective equipment (often referred to as “PPE”) and how and when it is supposed… Read more »