Learn Why the Cost of a Bad Hire is More Than You Think

The consequences of hiring mistakes have an impact on so many areas of your organization that it can easily be the costliest business blunder you can make. Bad hires can wreak havoc on your company’s reputation, your workers’ morale, and your bottom line Frequent hiring and firing can be disastrous for productivity, wasting the worker’s… Read More »

Select Staff is Proud to Announce SelectMed-Staff

Select Staff’s mission has been and will continue to be allowing every client to find confidence in all their short-term and long-term staffing goals. With that in mind, we are proud to announce our newest division in the Select Staff family: SelectMed-Staff! SelectMed-Staff is a full-service recruitment organization with a highly focused dedication to allied… Read More »

How to Navigate Your Job Search During COVID-19

While it is true that many businesses are transitioning to remote work and laying off their workers, that doesn’t mean you should throw in the towel and give up on your job search. Some companies might not be hiring today, but don’t assume that no one is looking for workers. The best plan for this… Read More »

Learn How to Support Employees Who Are Returning to Work During COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis created so much turmoil that many businesses were questioning their survival. And while there are still some hurdles ahead, their next concern will be how to support their workers after return from these extended times away from the workplace. These returning employees will have to deal with the virus-related disruptions and adapt… Read More »

Learn How to Manage Safety and Health in the Workplace

As an employer, it is your responsibility to maintain a safe and healthy workplace. One way to do that is by initiating a safety and health management system to concentrate your organization’s efforts on creating a safe work environment. While your system may involve listening and responding to workers’ concerns in an industry with few… Read More »

4 Tips for Properly Hiring During COVID-19

Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues and is even escalating in some states, some companies must hire new workers to provide customer service or develop new products. States, counties, and municipalities are taking a variety of approaches to prevent the spread of the virus, and employers are faced with addressing the needs and concerns of their… Read More »

Tips for Answering Pandemic Job Interview Questions

Job interviews in the foreseeable future will at least allude to the continuing pandemic, so jobseekers should be prepared for them before the meeting. While many of the questions will still be job-related, recruiters and hiring managers are likely to ask you questions directly connected to COVID-19. The following are some of the questions you… Read More »

Safety Tips for Manufacturing Workers During COVID-19

COVID-19 has determined how we work and live for several months now, prompting medical professionals (and some non-professionals) to make suggestions on the best ways to stay healthy. Some of the information, depending on who is circulating it, has been conflicting and even confusing. Luckily, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration… Read More »

5 Frequent Questions Employees Ask About Going Back to Work

As businesses start to reopen, some employees are asking if they must return to work. Many of these questions are being posed to employment attorneys. A group of them has decided to share some of the most common questions (and their answers) to help others who are being called back to their jobs. Here are… Read More »

Learn About a New Plan That Would Pay Americans a “Bonus” To Return to Work

The $600 weekly enhancement to unemployment benefits will probably stop after July 31. Still, there is a proposal from the Democrats that would reduce the benefit gradually (instead of in one fell swoop) as the unemployment rate falls. Another idea, this one from the Republicans, would pay Americans a bonus to return to work. The… Read More »