Monthly Archives: September 2016

Attention Employers: Find Candidates for Seasonal Job Openings

With holiday shopping demands growing and the unemployment rate still a low 4.9%, many companies are scrambling to fill thousands, or tens of thousands, of seasonal job openings.  Last week we announced some of the companies in the United States with the highest volume holiday hiring numbers for seasonal jobs.  These companies include Target, who […]

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Hot for the Holidays: Popular Winter Seasonal Jobs for 2016

This past month, some of the biggest retail chains and transportation companies in America announced their hiring plans for the holiday season.  Some of the companies hiring the most employees (meaning tens of thousands across the country) for winter seasonal jobs include UPS, FedEx, Kohl’s, Macy’s and Target.  In this day and age jobseekers are […]

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How to Improve Your Retail Store’s Customer Service

With more and more consumers turning to online shopping this holiday season, it is especially important that retail stores give a strong customer experience to in store shoppers.   While discounts and promotions can give your store a leg up in sales, smartphone technology now allows customers to find products they want on sale with just […]

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Holiday Hiring is Already Underway for Seasonal Retail Jobs

The weather may still be hot and humid, but retailers are already shifting their holiday hiring plans for seasonal jobs into high gear.  With the trend growing towards earlier and earlier holiday shopping for consumers, and Christmas sales expected to grow 3.4% this year according to the National Retail Federation, it is definitely not too […]

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Prevent Workplace Injuries and Maintain Business as Usual

Every day, over 30,000 workers are injured or contract illnesses on the job.  This costs many employers a pretty penny, due to the loss of manpower that results from injuries and illnesses, along with the cost of worker’s compensation claims.  But many employers don’t realize that most of these injuries and illnesses developed on the […]

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