Light industrial jobs involve a lot of the same qualities as heavier industrial jobs, but on a smaller scale. These companies usually produce consumer items, such as clothing, small electronics, and household appliances. Light industrial jobs usually don’t require special skills or a college degree and provide the opportunity to develop skills and advance their… Read more »
Make sure all machine safety guards are in place at all times so that moving parts aren’t a danger to you and others working nearby.
The start of a new year is a great time to set new goals for your business and jumpstart its growth. Spend a few hours each week executing and following up on these steps so you can deliver exciting growth for your business. Know your business goals Ask yourself where you want the business to… Read more »
Never operate a piece of machinery until you have been trained on it and fully understand the safety procedures, including what to do in an emergency.
Tips to Prevent Drinking and Driving. Choose a non-drinking designated driver if you’re consuming alcohol. Protect others by taking their keys if they attempt to drive after consuming alcohol.
Changing careers can be a scary milestone. But when you’re disinterested, uninspired, or even unhappy at work, you need to make a change. Fortunately, it can be a rewarding process, and a career you love is well worth it! Here are three things she did to move toward a new career that you can replicate…. Read more »
Holidays are hectic, but be mindful and avoid distractions while driving. No text message or playlist is worth the risk of taking your eyes off the road. Happy Holidays from everyone at HW Staffing to you and your family!
The best way to prepare for a job interview is to maximize your confidence. Confidence is the key to landing your dream job. The more self-assured and upbeat you are, the more you’ll be able to focus on your answers instead of hesitating with nervousness. Here are six ways to boost your confidence, to make… Read more »
Although fun, the holidays may also be stressful. To help relieve that stress, save your easiest low-pressured tasks for the end of the day.
Making a bad hire is an expensive mistake. You have to spend more money and time finding a replacement, plus it can kill morale and disrupt your climate of productivity. Here are five common hiring pitfalls and how to avoid them. Pitfall #1: Being easily impressed Cover letters and resumes are a great way to… Read more »