5 Tips to Improve Your Commute

Need to liven up your commute? If you’re stuck in traffic on a daily basis, there are some ways you can make your commute more productive. Listen to podcasts, phone a friend, or even make to-do lists that future-you will thank you for! Learn more in our newest e-book.… Read More »

The Reserves Network’s Smyrna, GA Office Relocates

The Reserves Network, a leading provider for the office, industrial, professional and technical markets, has moved its Smyrna, GA location from 3201 S. Cobb Drive to 560 Thornton Road, Suite 210, in Lithia Springs. “We believe this new office location in Lithia Springs positions us to attract top talent and employers of choice in Douglas… Read More »

Telling Your Career Story to Get Your Next Job

One of the most important things a candidate can do to improve their chances at getting a job is to tell their career story. The question of the day? What exactly is a career story, and how do you tell it?  Read below for guidelines that can help make sure your story will resonate with… Read More »

How to Answer this Popular Interview Question

Answering questions about yourself can be difficult during an interview. How do you sum up who you are in a concise, meaningful and positive way? If you’re a job seeker, you’re sure to have heard this all-too-common question: “Tell me about yourself.” It’s a common way that hiring managers kick off interviews to learn more… Read More »

How Candidates Should Prepare for The Job Market in 2022 

A growing number of companies report that finding workers with the right skills is their top challenge, with nearly half of all employers saying that competition for qualified candidates is driving up wages. A record number of employees quit their jobs last year, seeking opportunities with flexible hours and better pay. As we head into… Read More »

How to Hire for the Season: Facing the Challenges in Seasonal Hiring

There’s no shortage of demands this holiday season, and furthermore, the supply chain hasn’t had a chance to recover from the pandemic knocking down the global economy in 2020. In fact, Bloomberg reports that it’s only gotten worse, predicting that “the holiday season is at risk.” Labor shortages across the globe are a cause for… Read More »

Are You a Great Employee? 5 Signs You’re Valued At Work

So you’ve got the job, or maybe you’re still searching for one. You can see yourself working here for years to come, but how do you know that you’re the right fit for the business? There are many characteristics that make a good employee, but these five signs might be an indication that you’re destined… Read More »

Questions to Ask When Starting a New Career

  Have you decided it’s time for a career change? A study conducted by Harris Poll found that 52% of U.S. workers are considering changing jobs this year. You could be burned out, tired, not interested in your job anymore, stressed, or simply unproductive at work. These could be signs that it’s time for a… Read More »

Why Retail Workers May be Great Candidates for Your Next Job Opening

The retail industry has been hit hard by the global COVID-19 pandemic, forcing many retailers to file for bankruptcy or shut their doors. Referred to as the “retail apocalypse,” big-name retailers like Sears, Bed Bath & Beyond, J.C. Penny and Macy’s have shut hundreds of its locations, forcing hundreds of thousands of retail workers to… Read More »

3 Quick Ways to Enhance Your Resume

Your resume is the easiest way for a potential employer to get a snapshot of the skills you possess so they can begin to narrow down if you are the right candidate for a potential job. To help you stand out among other candidates, you need a resume that grabs the attention of the recruiter… Read More »