How to Stay Motivated When Searching for a Technical Job Over the Holidays

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It’s hard to do anything over the holidays, let alone something as stressful as searching for a job. But it still has to get done. Here’s what you can do to remain stress-free and stay motivated, even during a difficult time. Set “Business Hours” For Your Job Search While you’re looking for a job, you’re… Read more »

The Importance of Using a Staffing Firm for Your Next Job Search

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When you’re in a competitive industry, finding a job is often about networking. Building connections is the way to get the best possible job — and it isn’t always possible to build those connections alone. A staffing firm can be one of the easiest ways to find a job that you’re well-suited to, especially in… Read more »

How to Stay Organized When Job Hunting

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On average, a job seeker has to apply for 27 jobs to get a single interview. How do you keep all of your information straight? You don’t want to apply for a single job multiple times, and you don’t want to mix up your interviews. Here are some tips for staying organized. Build a Spreadsheet… Read more »

How to Keep A Positive Attitude When Job Hunting

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It can be hard to maintain a positive attitude when job hunting, especially if you’re in an extremely competitive market. In competitive markets, there can be hundreds of applications for every job. Even if you’re well-qualified, you’ll be facing a lot of rejection. How can you cope?  The Importance of a Positive Attitude Job hunting… Read more »

On-boarding Organization

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Often times in HR we take pride in making sure we are ALWAYS administratively compliant. It can be challenging at times, especially if you are juggling multiple clients, with multiple requirements. From background checks, e-verification’s, client documents, and state law policies it can almost be common to misplace a sensitive material along the way! The… Read more »

Power of the Paperless

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Technology has taken us to the next level! And the power of paperless is right before us. Moving toward a paperless approach has now allowed new hires to on-board from anywhere, clients to sign agreements on the run, and employers to review documents from any electronic device that is handy! With a web-based system it… Read more »

How To Interview Like A Pro

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The rules of job-hunting sound pretty simple, don’t they?  Make sure your resume is free of typos and fluff, showcase your achievements and credentials in an elegant cover letter, and wait for the interview requests to come rolling in.  If you are well-qualified for the job, you may feel pretty confident until the phone starts… Read more »

Positive Attitude in the Workplace

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We all feel that way, Another day at the office. Hearing that alarm go off, and thinking just 5 MORE MINUTES!! We are human beings- we get burnt out! Keeping a positive attitude can be CHALLENGING! Here are some tools to help you get through that slump in your day: Get a good night sleep… Read more »

From Couch to 5k

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Good Morning Team, It’s time to get moving! With the Holidays just around the corner it’s time to turn up the heat and move your feet! Two Roads will be participating in the Couch-to-5k held every Saturday at Joe’s Crab Shack in Long Beach at 8am, until Nov 4th. If interested details are listed below:… Read more »

Performance Appraisals

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Hey everyone, it’s Molly again from the HR department at Two Roads! Today’s blog focuses on the importance of companies partaking in Employee reviews/appraisals. Often times management forgets the importance of employee reviews. Employee reviews/appraisals are ways for employees to see where they stand on their performance in the work place. It is also a… Read more »