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  Having the right employees is critical to a company’s success. It ensures that the right skill sets are present and that everyone works well together. But hiring isn’t a simple process, and you often have to select a candidate with limited information regarding how they will likely perform. At times, you’ll choose a job… Read more »

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  When it comes down to it, most people are pressed for time. If you’re already juggling work and home life obligations, how on earth are you supposed to squeeze in networking, too? We all know that networking is important; it helps you make connections with other professionals and may give you avenues for furthering… Read more »

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  When you’re looking for a new job, you can expect prospective employers to ask if they can contact your current manager for a reference. But deciding whether to give them permission isn’t easy, depending on your circumstances. Often, job seekers try to keep their search for a new position private, and allowing the potential… Read more »

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  If you enjoy a fast-paced work environment, the idea of getting a job as an assembler is likely very appealing. These workers help keep a production line moving by connecting various parts and pieces of the final product, which can be very gratifying work for those who like to see the physical results of… Read more »

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  When you’re applying for a maintenance job, your first goal is to ensure your maintenance resume gets noticed by the hiring manager. Often, this seems like an easy task if you have the right skills and experience, but how your maintenance resume is set up can have a bigger impact on your success rate… Read more »

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  Your company’s leadership team plays a big role in how employees feel while on the job. Often, managers are largely responsible for the culture of a workplace and have a significant impact on morale and engagement among workers. One issue tends to be that leaders are often preoccupied with overseeing company products and services,… Read more »

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  At times, even the strongest worker’s confidence falters. Maybe you were entrusted with a task that is well outside your comfort zone, or you received negative feedback you weren’t expecting. In most cases, these moments where you question your capabilities are short, and you’re able to get your mojo back and keep moving forward…. Read more »

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The Advance Group is holding Open Interviews for IMMEDIATE POSITIONS Looking for the following: Welders Warehouse Press Operators Machine Operators Material Handlers Quality Control General Labor Assembly AND MUCH MORE!! Openings on all 3 shifts!! Starting pay depends on position Location: 35 E Front St, Monroe MI 48161 Wednesday September 20th from 8 a.m. to… Read more »

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  Workplace and warehouse safety should be a priority in every warehouse. Not only is protecting your employees the ethical thing to do, but it can also result in cost savings by preventing expensive injuries on the job. But, if your budget is limited, it may be tempting to forgo certain safety measures to help… Read more »

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  Sometimes, you leave an interview knowing it didn’t go well. Maybe you stumbled on a few questions or committed a faux pas that didn’t leave a great impression. Regardless of the reason, it’s never a great feeling. Messing up during your light industrial interview isn’t the end of the world, however. There are ways… Read more »