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HW Staffing Solutions prides itself on a history of excellent service to employers and job seekers, pairing great people with great companies for more than 35 years. Founded on the values of dignity, excellence, and service, they’ve earned the trust of reputable companies who are eager to work with them. HW Staffing Solutions continues to… Read more »
Never climb on or step onto guards to increase your work height.
Job interviews can be really stressful, especially if you’re not prepared! Obviously you need to plan your outfit, be on time, and do some research on the company beforehand. But here are five more unusual interview tips that you might not have heard before. Tip #1: Visualize your success and failures Instead of just imagining a… Read more »
Use kneepads when stocking low shelves or kneeling for long periods.
There’s a lot to be said for your instincts when it comes to evaluating possible new hires. You’ve stored knowledge from past experiences and patterns of behavior, and our gut instincts take that into account when we determine whether a candidate would fit a position. Your intuition can be very powerful, and when coupled with… Read more »
On behalf of HW Cares, we are very proud to announce the second annual Holiday Food Drive. Last years food drive was a huge success and resulted in over 3,000 food donations across our company. Each food item donated will be awarded a raffle ticket. Each ticket will then be entered into a drawing at… Read more »
Watch where you are going and walk, don’t run, from one place to another.
In today’s competitive, social media-driven environment, it’s easy to get frustrated or complacent. But if you stay focused on your purpose for living and working, you’ll stay motivated to be busy and active at home and successful at work. To be self-motivated, stay positive and remember why you’re working. How does each task you complete… Read more »
As you begin your job search, look at as many positions and opportunities as possible. The more knowledge you have various prospects, the better prepared you’ll be to make a confident, educated decision about your career. #1: Look beyond the name Some job-seekers are seduced by a glamorous company or a fancy job title that might… Read more »