Professional Reference Guide For job Seekers

Posted on 01/11 by Erin Helms

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You need to have so many things prepared when applying for a new job or looking to change your career. You need to make sure your resume is up-to-date, listing all your pertinent job experience and training, in addition to any certifications you’ve earned. Some employers also might ask for a list of references as part of the application process. It takes employers a lot of time to find a new staff member, from reviewing resumes and applications to scheduling and conducting interviews and checking references is a good, easy way for them to reach out and validate whether someone is as strong a candidate as they seem. But what makes a good reference? Who should you ask? What will they need to know? LaborMax is here to help demystify professional references.

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Transferable Skills for Light Industrial/General Labor Workers

Posted on 06/07 by Erin Helms

Regardless of the industry, you can transfer transferable skills from one job to another. These skills are helpful in many positions and industries. When you develop transferable skills, you can apply them in any workplace. Here are some transferable skills for light industrial/general labor workers.

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Your New Job Isn't What You Expected. Now What?

Posted on 12/15 by Erin Helms

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The new job is not what you thought. You might have done all the right things before accepting the position, but it is just not working. Don’t let it get to you. There are options for handling this crisis. You can do a few things if the new job isn’t working.

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Getting Ready to Get Back to Work After a Gap

Posted on 10/27 by Erin Helms