Post-interview etiquette is just as important as your behavior during the interview. Not to mention, the hiring process isn’t over yet. Nearly half (48%) of recruiters said they usually conduct three interviews per candidate (MRI Network). No matter what stage you are at, finish the game strong by following these steps: 1. Send a thank […]
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While technology is evolving faster than ever, it is highly unlikely that robots will ever replace humans. In the foreseeable future, people will remain at the core of the workforce. However, technological advances are transforming the workplace in other ways. We will be seeing a drop in low-skill jobs, since these can easily be automated, […]
Robot invasions were once the stuff of sci-fi books and horror movies, but with recent technological advancements and the rise of artificial intelligence, those robot fantasies are beginning to seem uncannily real. Artificial intelligence, simply referred to as AI, has seen tremendous progress in recent years. Machine Learning means that programs can pick up on […]
Roth Staffing is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and promoting sustainable practices company-wide. That’s why every year, we host the (re)Purpose Art Contest, which asks coworkers, customers, and Ambassadors to get a little creative with items that would have otherwise ended up in the trash.
You only get one chance to make a first impression, don’t let yours be unprofessional. Check out our tips to make the most out of LinkedIn.
LinkedIn – where social media meets professional networking! LinkedIn is like holding a resume megaphone at the world’s biggest networking event. Currently, 93% of companies use LinkedIn for recruiting (Jobcast) and among those who found their job through social media, 40% cite assistance from LinkedIn. If you use Facebook in your job search, you must […]
Most people spend more time on Facebook and Twitter, and they post more often on these sites. Facebook and Twitter might not be directly linked to your career, but they can still impact your job prospects. Check out this infographic for some Twitter tips!