How to Implement Flexible Schedules for Your Employees

The days of the traditional 9 to 5 workweek are numbered. The pandemic completely altered the typical status quo of worker expectations, and all signs indicate it will probably never change. In fact, a November 2020 study from JLL found that 71% of workers expect more flexible schedules post-pandemic. Flexible scheduling has many benefits for… Read More »

Get Game Winning Candidates with The Reserves Network

Looking for a game-changer for your business? Here at The Reserves Network, we would like to introduce our game-winning playbook for recruiting the candidates you need. To learn more about how we can help take your team to the playoffs, view the video here!    … Read More »

The First Job Search: Do’s and Don’ts

Getting your first job can be one of the most exciting (but also nerve-wracking) experiences. You’re finally joining the world of “working adults”. Perhaps you know exactly what you want to do with your life, or maybe you’re still trying to figure it out. But once you start working, it’s not just about keeping your… Read More »

The Reserves Network Acquires Resource Staffing

Fairview Park, Ohio – The Reserves Network, a leading staffing provider of office, industrial, professional and technical talent, has acquired Texas-based staffing firm Resource Staffing. Founded in 1989, Resource Staffing serves job seekers and customers in office administration, accounting, finance, real estate, customer care and non-clinical healthcare/medical. The company has five offices, Sugar Land, Houston… Read More »

How Competitive Are Your Salary Rates in Today’s Market? (And Why It Matters)

In today’s saturated job market, candidates are looking to take advantage of competitive pay, making it increasingly necessary that employers offer competitive salaries to attract qualified candidates. Competitive pay is often affected by the geographic area your company is in, the job title, supply and demand, and the skill set of the candidate. With an… 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 »

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 »

The Reserves Network Opens New Office in Conover, NC

The Reserves Network, a leading staffing provider for the office, industrial, professional and technical markets, has opened an office at 820 Conover Blvd. W. in Conover. The Conover facility will offer local job seekers and businesses of Catawba County a new source for their employment and personnel needs. This office joins six other locations in… Read More »

How Many Generations Are in the Workforce Today and How Should You Manage All of Them?

Americans are living longer – and working longer. In fact, two percent of the American workforce is older than 72. That means that companies can have as many as five generations working under one roof and in many cases, on the same teams. Given the vast differences between people in their 20’s and people in their 70’s,… Read More »

What to Do When You Get Ghosted by a Candidate

If you’ve ever had a talented candidate become completely unresponsive with no explanation, you’ve probably been ghosted. Ghosting is a term that comes from the dating world and it was named for the phenomenon of ending a relationship by abruptly cutting off all communication with the other person. In recruiting, ghosting is becoming more common as candidates opt to… Read More »