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Evaluate Your Needs Before Making Your Hire

Posted on: September 10th, 2013 by staffnetinc

Hiring employees that you can trust with your business can be difficult, especially when you have done so much of the work by yourself. You want to find the right person who will help propel your company forward. Here are a few pointers to help you choose your first great hire.Making first hire

  • MAKE a list of which tasks you need help with, include the mundane tasks so that you are freed up to work on the more important things.
  • DECIDE on a firm job description with a specific title, this will help you pick a qualified candidate from the many applications you may receive.
  • HIRE a new employee that has a different skill set to yours but is complimentary to the needs of your business.
  • CHOOSE someone that you know you will get along with. You may end up spending many hours with your new hire.

In the end when hiring, you will want to look for someone that is going to be an advantage to your business and an employee that is willing to stick with you as the business grows.

If you are looking for staffing professionals to help with your hiring needs contact us at StaffNet Inc. today!

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Great Ways to Build a Business Culture

Posted on: August 8th, 2013 by staffnetinc

A business culture that focuses beyond the financial interests of an organization is a major step toward attracting talent and improving employee retention. The question is how to obtain a balance that meets the needs of the employees and satisfies the remaining stakeholders while building your culture.Build Business Culture

  • Keep the lines of communication open. The company’s mission and values should be clearly communicated to all stakeholders and followed by example from the top down.
  • Provide what the organization needs to be a winner. In order to be competitive, your team needs to have the tools to be at its best. This includes the right team members and continued learning through training and coaching.
  • Know the ultimate goal. If your organization does not have an ultimate goal, how will your team ever reach it? Create a legacy that can be realized and remain long after you are gone.

Taking the time to develop the appropriate business culture for your organization will pay off in the long run. For more tips on improving your organization’s employee retention, contact the experts at StaffNet Inc today!

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How to Avoid a Big Hiring Mistake

Posted on: August 6th, 2013 by staffnetinc

A big hiring mistake can cost a business enormous sums and hamper its activities, meaning that it is important for businesses to avoid them as much as possible. For the most part, businesses can avoid big mistakes so long as they have a plan in mind and thoroughly evaluate their candidates.Avoid hiring mistakes

Here are three important tips to remember in hiring employees:

  • It is essential that the recruiter understands the duties and responsibilities of the position to be filled. Understanding the position means that the recruiter is in a better position to understand the kind of people best suited to fill the position. Of course, it is also important that recruiters communicate their intentions to potential candidates in a clear and concise manner.


  • Spend the time to evaluate candidates. Interview them through the phone, interview them face-to-face, and use these opportunities to figure out their personalities. Make sure that candidates can either fit into the business or learn to fit into the business.


  • The recruiter should never hesitate to consult others during the hiring position. Speaking to someone in the same position can lend the recruiter valuable insight into the characteristics of the ideal candidate.

For help in the hiring process, Atlanta businesses should contact the expert recruiters at StaffNet today!

How to Make a Good First Impression at a New Job

Posted on: July 17th, 2013 by staffnetinc

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Within the first few seconds of meeting you, your new coworkers will be forming an opinion of you. Make sure that first impression is as good as possible in order to create a positive workplace atmosphere by following these tips.

  • THINK ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE. Not only must you ensure that you conform to the company dress code, you should also be aware that your choice of clothing reflects your personality and style. If the work environment is casual, do not wear a suit; however, if you are unsure about what to wear remember that being overdressed is better than being underdressed.
  • PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR BODY LANGUAGE. If you are nervous, try not to show it as you may come across as introverted or disinterested.
  • AVOID TALKING ABOUT YOURSELF TOO MUCH. It is common to take over the conversation without meaning to do so. Spend your first day trying to get to know your coworkers, learning their names, and finding out some basic information about them instead of speaking mostly about yourself.

Prepared for a new job but have not found the perfect position yet? Contact us at StaffNet to find out how we can help you.

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Leverage Your Staffing Company and Recruiting Firm to Find a Top Job

Posted on: June 14th, 2013 by staffnetinc

If you are tired of searching through endless online job boards only to be told at the interview that you are not right for the position, maybe it is time to take a different approach. Staffing agencies and Recruiting firms are an excellent way to find a job that fits your needs and experience without the stress, time, and hassle of looking for work yourself. Here are just a few things a staffing service will do for you.Job Hunt Leverage

  • PROVIDE YOU WITH THE LATEST JOB OPENINGS. Many companies prefer to use staffing agencies and recruiting firms to fill some positions and refrain completely from advertising elsewhere.
  • HAVE ALL THE HARD WORK COMPLETED FOR YOU. Eliminate the need to do any of the searching yourself while receiving information on the most appropriate positions for you.
  • FIND WORK THAT SUITS YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS. If you are looking for a permanent or contract position that matches your skill set, professional recruiters will provide you with the appropriate offerings.
  • BE ELIGIBLE FOR BENEFITS. You are more likely to receive vacations, holidays, health insurance, retirement plans, and other benefits when you find work through a professional recruiter or staffing agency.

If you are looking to get all the above benefits from an Atlanta full service staffing and recruiting firm, contact us at StaffNet.

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3 Staffing Agency Myths Debunked

Posted on: June 10th, 2013 by staffnetinc

Due to misunderstandings about the purpose and function of job staffing and recruiting firms, many people are missing out on a chance to boost their career as well as seek a new position on a confidential basis. Job seekers often believe that they can do better by looking for work on their own. Following are the top three myths about staffing agencies debunked plus more.Staffing Agency Myths Debunked

  • YOU HAVE TO PAY A FEE TO USE STAFFING AGENCIES. Reputable firms do not charge candidates anything for their services. Firms make their income from their client companies when they fill a job opening.
  • STAFFING FIRMS ARE ONLY SUITABLE FOR ENTRY LEVEL JOBS. Agencies offer jobs at all levels of experience from entry level to executive. Many find employees for all types of businesses, while others specialize in a particular industry. Staffing firms also often have confidential job opportunities as well. These are positions you would not be aware of but through a reputable staffing firm.
  • STAFFING FIRMS WILL TALK YOU INTO A ROLE YOU’RE NOT INTERESTED IN. Recruiting firms guarantee their placements. It does not behoove them to talk anyone into a role they don’t anticipate will be long term. They also want to provide the best service possible to their hiring clients to maintain that business relationship. And don’t forget, Recruiters are always looking for good referral candidates and a happy candidate will send their friends their way.
  • STAFFING AGENCIES ONLY OFFER TEMPORARY JOBS. Some staffing firms specialize in permanent placements and some temporary. Some firms do both but usually their expertise is one or the other. Be sure to let your staffing recruiter know what type of position you are seeking and what their specialty is.

For help advancing your job search be sure to contact StaffNet.