Bored at Work? Here’s How to Make it More Fun!

Do you find yourself staring at the clock all day long, watching the minutes tick by and feeling bored out of your mind? If you’re managing to get your work done but eight hours feels like eight days, it’s time to start thinking about ways to have a little more fun throughout the day.   Join… Read More »

Why You Should Use a Disruptive Cover Letter

For many job seekers, writing a cover letter is an even more painful prospect than writing a resume. That’s why so many people opt to take the easy way out and send canned cover letters – or no cover letter at all. However, cover letters are still necessary in today’s market. Hiring managers do read cover… Read More »

Four Ways to Beat the Sunday Scaries

“I hate Mondays!” cartoons and memes exist for a reason. Even people who love their jobs can dread the start of a new work week, and for many people, that feeling begins on Sunday. Rather than succumbing to the “Sunday Scaries,” use these tips to take back the last day of your weekend to relax… Read More »

What’s Better: An Employment Gap or Experience That Doesn’t Fit the Job You Want?

You’ve found it: the job of your dreams. Unfortunately, your current job is completely unrelated to the job you want to apply for. Perhaps you’re looking to return to an industry you once left, or maybe you took a career detour to try something new. Whatever the reason, it’s natural to panic when it comes… Read More »

35 Years in the Making

The Reserves Network is proud to be celebrating our 35th anniversary in 2019. A lot has changed for us over the years, and in the staffing industry too. This e-book highlights some of these key advancements and milestones. Click here to view.… Read More »

Reskill Yourself And Futureproof Your Career

Reports of automation and robots taking jobs away and causing mass unemployment have caused some panic in the American workforce. It’s important to take a closer look at exactly what is going on before jumping on the panicked bandwagon. While automation and artificial intelligence are certainly transforming jobs, they are actually taking over very specific… Read More »

Who Should be a Reference on Your Next Job Application?

If you are embarking on a job search, you’ve probably spent a lot of time polishing your resume, practicing your interview skills and researching companies. But how much time have you spent preparing your references? Do you have a list ready to go, or do you just throw together some names at the last minute… Read More »

How to Become an Outstanding Forklift Driver

Forklift drivers literally move American business. These professionals work in warehouse distribution and construction, moving materials and heavy objects and are often responsible for inventory and shipment record-keeping, as well. Skilled drivers are in demand all across the country—here is what you need to know to become an expert.   Get Related Work Experience Employers want forklift operators who understand the… Read More »

Why A Thank-You Email Can Secure The Job

You just rocked an interview for a fantastic new job and you’re on cloud nine—congratulations! Now is, unfortunately, not the time to celebrate and mentally spend your first paycheck. If you want to secure the job, the next step is to write a thoughtful thank-you email.  If it comes down to you and one other candidate, you always want to be the one who… Read More »

How to Leave Your Job Without Burning Bridges

Resigning from your job means you’re ready to move on. You may even be tempted to put your feet up and ride out your two weeks, or tell everyone what you actually think about them.  No matter how much you want to do these things—don’t. You may need references from former bosses or colleagues in… Read More »