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No matter the industry, there is something most people experience at work at least once: a slow day.
Equis Staffing is proud to announce the relaunch of our website, designed to be more user-friendly and make it easier for you to find the opportunities you’re looking for.
In the past, internships were thought of as something to be checked off the list of requirements for a college degree. Today, however, the job market is more competitive than ever and internships have transformed into vital avenues for gaining relevant experience, networking, and getting a foot in the door with a respected company in your field.
With today’s technology making so many forms of communication available at the push of a button, more job seekers than ever are being asked to hop online for a video interview.
As many job seekers know interviews can be nerve-wracking experiences, as you often have to juggle speaking to your professional accomplishments while also demonstrating that you’d be a fit for both the role and the hiring organization.
In today’s job market it can be difficult to land the job you want. While job hunting feels like a daunting task, job seekers themselves can have an enormous impact on the outcome of their job searches.
Whether employers realize it or not Millennials, those born between 1981 and 2000, are changing the way job searching is done. They’ve taken a lot of abuse from various pundits and commentators, being labeled both lazy and entitled.
Many people searching for jobs are also searching for upward mobility. But how easy is that to achieve? According to an infographic from Affordable Schools, not as easy as you might think.
With the stress that accompanies most job interviews, candidates often forget that they should also be interviewing their potential employer. Just as the interviewer needs to be convinced that you’re the right person for the job, you should be convinced that this is the right company for you.
Equis Staffing's Director of Staffing, Julie Milius, Appointed President of the Ventura County Chapter of NHRA
Equis Staffing is proud to congratulate Julie Milius, Equis' Director of Staffing, on her new role as President of the Ventura County chapter of the National Human Resources Association (NHRA).
A well-written cover letter can make or break your application, but many job seekers don’t spend the necessary time and effort when it comes to crafting a successful letter.
In this day and age it’s a good bet that the person you’re looking for, whether it be a celebrity, your old high school flame, or the perfect job candidate, has sent a tweet or two. While we can’t help you use Twitter to connect you with your favorite celebrity or your high school sweetheart, we can offer you tips and best practices to find highly qualified job candidates on the platform.
Carrie Nebens Receives 13th Annual Women in Business Award from San Fernando Valley Business Journal
Carrie Nebens, Founder and President of Equis Staffing, has won the 13th Annual Women in Business Awards by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal.
A 2013 infographic from Staff.com revealed that 92% of companies use social media for recruitment and 42% of companies reported that candidate quality improved with social recruiting. With numbers like that, it's likely you may already be using social media channels to find the right candidates.
Carrie Nebens, Founder and President of Equis Staffing, has been nominated for the 13th Annual Women in Business Awards by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal.