Missing Your Old Job? 5 Tips for Asking for Your Old Job Back

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In most cases, when you leave a job, you have little interest in returning. However, that isn’t universally the case. Maybe you left for the wrong reasons, miss your colleagues and duties, or are finally able to return to the workforce after the pandemic. Regardless of your reasoning, asking for your old job back isn’t… Read more »

Cost-Effective Hiring: 4 Ways Staffing Firms Save Mississippi Companies Money

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In the world of business, every process needs to be cost-effective. The company’s expenses dramatically impact the bottom line, so you have to manage them properly. One of the biggest costs organizations tend to overlook is hiring. Recruitment processes can be shockingly expensive. Plus, they require a significant amount of time and attention, taking managers… Read more »

The Truth Behind Temp Work: 5 Myths That Could Be Holding You Back

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When it comes to the world of temp work, there is a lot of misinformation floating around. Certain myths lead many professionals to avoid potentially career-boosting opportunities, all because of their “temporary” status. By understanding the truth, you can see the benefits of pursuing temporary positions. Here is a look at some of the most… Read more »

Looking for Work This Summer? How to Land One of Mississippi’s Top Seasonal Jobs

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When the weather gets warmer, many people begin their search for a great summer job. Seasonal positions are incredibly convenient for students, allowing them to gain new skills and earn some money before heading back to class in the fall. However, they can also be ideal for anyone looking for short-term employment, as the job… Read more »

National Safety Month: Training Tips That Will Keep Your Employees Engaged

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In many cases, safety training isn’t the most entertaining activity for your employees. The issue is, if engagement falls, knowledge retention declines. This can leave them ill-prepared to address or avoid workplace hazards, leading to higher injury rates. Luckily, there are things you can do to boost engagement, ensuring crucial information is heard and absorbed…. Read more »

3 Ways to Help You Make Your Temporary Job a Permanent Position

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When you find a temporary job that you enjoy, finding a way to make it a full-time position might seem ideal. Often, the transition can be relatively seamless, allowing you to continue with your current duties long-term, all without having to launch a new job search. While not every temporary job will have the option… Read more »

How Our 40 Years as a Staffing Firm Can Help You Find Quality Employees Faster

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This year, TempStaff is celebrating its 40th anniversary. That’s four full decades of helping area companies secure the talent they need, ensuring they can remain productive year-in and year-out. As we celebrate this milestone, we pride ourselves on being a reliable source for high-quality candidates. If you are wondering how our 40 years as a… Read more »

Recently Graduated High School? Great Jobs in Mississippi That Don’t Require College Degrees

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Not everyone leaves high school with the goal of heading to college. Luckily, there are plenty of great jobs that don’t require a degree. Instead, they rely on on-the-job training, apprenticeships, or shorter vocational programs, allowing you to enter the workforce quickly and build valuable skills. If you’ve recently graduated high school and are looking… Read more »

Interviewing for a Remote Job? Ask These Questions!

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When your job interview comes to a close, you’ll usually get a critical opportunity to ask the hiring manager a few questions. By asking the right ones, you can learn crucial details about the role and get a solid glimpse into the company’s remote culture, future plans for the position, and more. If you want… Read more »

This Is Every Manager’s Biggest Responsibility for the New Year

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Due to the pandemic, job seekers have new views on employers. Their priorities have shifted, putting a stronger emphasis on company culture, values, and mission and how the employer supports their staff during difficult times. Ultimately, every manager’s biggest responsibility for the new year is to answer the critical questions on job seekers’ minds. As… Read more »