Posts Tagged: Victorville CA Temp Jobs

Safety 101: If You Aren’t Trained, Don’t Do It

Anyone familiar with manufacturing, specifically in a machine shop, will know what a lathe is. It’s a piece of equipment on which you can create round parts from wood or metal. You might also know that with a little time, someone could teach you how to make a few rudimentary parts on that lathe. So,… Read More »

Maneuvering Your Job Search Through COVID-19

Right now times are very uncertain, very stressful and even a bit frightening. The COVID-19 outbreak has not only caused a health crisis but an economic crisis, as well. In a matter of days, millions of people found themselves suddenly out of work. Millions more are weeks or even days away from losing their jobs,… Read More »

Safety Guide: Avoid the Monkey See, Monkey Do Effect

If an organization is going to develop an effective safety culture, it must start with senior management and extend to the least senior worker. And nowhere along the chain of command is safety more important than with managers on the shop floor.   Why? Because these are the visible leaders of the company, and they have… Read More »

How to Prepare Yourself for a Phone Interview

When you’re searching for a new job, chances are you’ll be asked to take part in a phone interview at some point. It might be one that’s scheduled, so you can plan for it. Or it might be impromptu, when they call you out of the blue and ask if you have a few minutes to chat. Either… Read More »

How to Make a Successful Career Change Across Industries

Succeeding on the job search takes courage and preparation, but changing industries is even more ambitious. But when you’re ready for it – bored by the monotony of your current role or stuck in a dead-end job – you just have to do it. Fortunately, with a solid network of friends and colleagues and some… Read More »

Three Ways to Help Employees Keep Their Motivation

As 2019 rolls on, it can be tough to maintain the rush of motivation that comes from the first few weeks of the brand new year. The temptation to hit snooze and stay in bed or zone out at your desk, staring at pictures of tropical paradises is strong! But no time for that! It’s… Read More »

Five Steps to Prevent Burnout and Start the New Year Strong

At the beginning of a new year, you should feel refreshed and energized, ready to tackle your 2019 goals. For some, however, the December holiday season becomes a never-ending string of work and family commitments, leading to feelings of burnout. Burnout can lead to physical, mental and emotional exhaustion, which hampers your ability to excel… Read More »

Don’t Make These Five Common Resume Mistakes in the New Year!

Your resume is the all-encompassing first impression a hiring manager will see when reviewing your application for a new job. You want to make sure it’s customized to show the most accurate and compelling representation of yourself. This is no place to be modest or downplay your achievements. You want to make sure the hiring… Read More »

Three Ways to Show Appreciation for Your Employees as 2018 Ends

Why does it benefit your company to show valuable employees how you’re thankful for them? They’ll work harder, stay more focused, produce more and stay loyal to your company longer. Offering more money is a common solution, but it isn’t always the answer to showing your employees you appreciate them. Different rewards work for different… Read More »

Seven Ways to Land an Interview When You’re Not a Perfect Fit for a Job

Sometimes you find a job, read the description and instantly have the feeling it’s right for you! There’s just one problem: you come to realize you don’t meet all the requirements. Don’t lose heart, as you can certainly still apply. If you really believe this job is a good fit for you, one that you’d… Read More »