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10 New Year’s Resolutions for All Managers and Employers

At the end of each year, it’s a good opportunity to reflect and do a SWOT report on every aspect of your business. SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. When you reflect on your progress as a business over the past year, make sure you also analyze your personal strengths and weaknesses as… Read more »

How to Answer: “Tell Me About Yourself”

An interview is like starring in a performance. The focus is all on you. There is a critic evaluating your act. There is even a particular set of clothing to wear. You wouldn’t star in a performance without learning your part and rehearsing your lines, so why improvise a job interview? The most common interview… Read more »

Working with a Staffing Agency: 4 Tips for Job Seekers

Searching the depths of the Internet, stalking your favorite companies’ career pages, and tapping into your personal network of connections may not be enough. Have you submitted your resume to a staffing agency? If you haven’t, you’re missing out on a free service to you! No catch. It’s truly free! As a staffing agency, we’ll… Read more »

Working with a Staffing Agency: 3 Tips for Employers

Whether you’re looking for temporary employees or trying to fill a permanent slot, you’ve come to the right place. As a staffing agency, d. Diversified Services can tailor hiring solutions to fit your needs. To learn more about our services, give us a call or chat with us live, using the chat button on the… Read more »

Biggest Lies & What to Do When You Lie on Your Resume

You find the “perfect job.” It’s at a company you most admire, they have a great reputation, and the job is your dream! The only thing is you don’t exactly qualify or you have too many gaps in your employment that you’re embarrassed to even try with your “truthful” resume. So, what do you do?… Read more »

Tips for Successfully Onboarding New Employees

Maintaining new hires onboard can be one of the most difficult parts of hiring. We can help you find and hire the perfect candidate, but when it comes to keeping them in your company, that’s up to you. It starts with a successful onboarding experience. Before Day One Send Paperwork Once the employee accepts the… Read more »

How to Ask Someone to Be a Job Reference

You’re probably thinking, “is it truly necessary to ask someone to be a reference?” “Hiring managers don’t actually have time to call ALL of the references that applicants submit.” Well, you’re probably right about that, but it doesn’t mean that they won’t call yours. And it won’t go over well for you if your references… Read more »