5 Soft Skills to Look for in Accounting and Finance Candidates

As we work toward recovery and businesses begin to re-open, many are looking for accounting and finance professionals to help them get back on track. When looking for the best candidates, technical skills matter. Have you ever hired a numbers whiz only to discover that their results weren’t as great as you had hoped? Without… Read More »

The Reserves Network’s Gastonia, NC Office Relocates

The Reserves Network, a leading staffing provider for the office, industrial, professional and technical markets, has moved its Gastonia, NC location from 916 E. Garrison Blvd to 229 B North New Hope Road. “We believe this new office location positions us to attract top talent in Gaston County and surrounding areas as we continue to… Read More »

What to Do as the Threat of COVID-19 Heightens

Information regarding the newest coronavirus disease, COVID-19, is hard to wade through, as there is still a lot that public health officials just don’t know. However, we are sure that there will be more cases in the U.S. in the coming weeks and months, so employers should start planning now in order to help keep… Read More »

St. Patrick’s Job Fair in Lombard, IL

Try your luck at The Reserves Network’s upcoming job fair in Lombard, IL! There will be refreshments and giveaways. We’re looking to hire production workers, machine operators, order pickers, and much more. When: Thursday, March 12 10 AM to 6 PM Where: The Reserves Network 837 S Westmore Ave. Suite B19 Lombard, IL 60148 Can’t… Read More »

How to Manage Employee Conflict in the Office

If all of your employees get along with each other every day, you live in an ideal world. However, such a utopia only exists in dreams. Conflict is inevitable in the office and everyone will experience it in some shape or form. However, even though conflict is common and employees can often work through it… Read More »

Why You Should Pick up the Phone When a Recruiter Calls

When the phone rings and it’s an unfamiliar number, no one is likely to pick up. That’s just the nature of our text message and social media-driven lives today. However, if the phone rings and it’s a recruiter on the other end of the line, it’s worth it to find out what they have to… Read More »

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 »

Is Technology Helping or Hurting Our Productivity at Work?

Today, we rely on technology like never before in our professional lives. We use it to conduct daily tasks, handle schedules, keep us connected and organized. But is technology helping or harming our productivity? Ways Technology Helps Productivity  There are many ways connectivity and technology have helped us improve our productivity, including: Efficiency: In the… Read More »

Why Candidates in Staffing Agency Databases Get Hired Faster Than Candidates on Job Boards

Hiring a new employee can take anywhere from three weeks to six months. There are a host of reasons why hiring can drag on, but typically, it boils down to a lack of resources and time. Hiring often gets pushed to the back burner when there are other organizational priorities, and a slow hiring process… Read More »