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Atlas Staffing Wins ClearlyRated’s 2020 Best of Staffing Client Award for Service Excellence

10 / 20 / 20 | Employers

 

SPOKANE, WA – Atlas Staffing, a leading staffing agency with offices in Washington and Idaho, announced today that they have won ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing Client Award for providing superior service to their clients. Presented in partnership with presenting sponsor CareerBuilder, and gold sponsors Indeed and Glassdoor, ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing winners have proven to […]

 

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How to Resign from a Job Gracefully and with Tact

10 / 28 / 19 | Candidates

 

So, you’ve been looking at new and exciting employment opportunities and were offered a position at a welcoming company. Congratulations! But as eager as you are to begin your new venture, there is one thing you need to get out of the way first: you need to quit your current job. Luckily, knowing how to […]

 

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Defining the Onboarding Process & Your Onboarding Checklist For Employers

10 / 22 / 19 | Employers

 

No matter if you are a call center, an administrative office, a warehouse, or an industrial company, hiring staff can be quite an investment. Between filling out paperwork, instructing on company culture, and training on specific duties, the time and money spent can add up. However, by following Atlas Staffing’s onboarding checklist, you can make […]

 

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Learn How to Write an Effective Cover Letter

08 / 30 / 19 | Uncategorized

 

Most job applications ask for a cover letter in addition to your resume. However, your letter could be the difference between getting the job or not. A great letter introduces you to the hiring manager without regurgitating all the information on your resume. Following the cover letter tips listed below, you’re sure to land an […]

 

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What Makes a Good Resume

08 / 12 / 19 | Candidates

 

A resume is something everyone needs, and yet so many of us struggle with making one (and keeping it current). Having a great resume will help you stand out from the crowd, get you past the initial screening process, and show employers why they should interview you. These tips will help break it down, so […]

 

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How to Politely Decline a Job Interview You No Longer Want

08 / 05 / 19 | Candidates

 

When you are looking for a job, landing an interview is a great accomplishment. It is a major step in the process, and it serves as validation that you are qualified for the jobs you want. There might be times during your job hunt, though, when you actually need to decline an interview. As unthinkable […]

 

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I’m the One Being Interviewed, Why Should I Ask Questions?

07 / 15 / 19 | Candidates

 

If you are like many applicants, you may have never wondered about what questions to ask in a job interview. After all, isn’t the interviewer the one who is supposed to be asking the questions? If you have this mindset going into an interview, you will miss a great opportunity to learn more about the […]

 

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Why is Company Culture Important?

07 / 02 / 19 | Employers

 

Company culture is a hot topic for business owners and leaders, and for good reason. According to Deloitte, “88% of employees believe a distinct workplace culture is important to business success.” If company culture is so important to employees, how can a positive culture be implemented by your business? How does it impact employee performance […]

 

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The Importance of Social Media + LinkedIn Profile Tips

06 / 25 / 19 | Candidates

 

What are the benefits of having a LinkedIn profile? Does social media really make a difference when looking for a job? In today’s job market, the importance of social media cannot be overemphasized. For job seekers of all experience levels, keeping your social media profiles up-to-date, relevant, and professional is key to landing a great […]

 

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Should You Follow up After a Job Interview? If So, How?

06 / 14 / 19 | Candidates

 

You did it! You made it through the interview phase of your job search. Now it’s time to just sit back and wait for the phone to ring so you can accept your new position, right? Wrong! Even if you feel you aced it, should you follow up after a job interview? Yes! Recruiters advise […]

 

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