Sloane Staffing is a Digital Marketing Job Website and we often love to post content on how to “up your office game.” People always wonder if employee feedback is important in their work environment, and we say absolutely YES! So important in fact that you should make this a priority in your company. Providing feedback, both positive and negative, is a key element in sustaining employees through the employee life cycle. We know it can be tough to give negative feedback, such as constructive criticism and even dishing things out like suspensions. That’s why you should come prepared to the conversation you are going to have with your employee. Make sure you think about what you are going to say and don’t rush the conversation if you are not ready. Be sure to also tailor your feedback to the individual, each person receives feedback differently and the more you know about your employees the better able you are to improve their performance. It can also help to quantify your performance - come prepared with stats, data, policies etc. to share and make your point. Also let the employee share, allow them a chance to comment and provide information. It can also help to make the feedback less personal by not using “you.” Don’t wait too long to give the employee feedback after something has happened, so you can comment on exactly what needs to be changed. And when the employee does make a change, be sure to vocalize that you recognize and appreciate the change. Remember, it’s important to give feedback to your employees on a regular basis. You will feel better and believe us, your employees will feel and appreciate your sincerity. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at 561-512-8989.
It happened AGAIN this week here at Sloane Staffing, a staffing agency in South Florida. We had a perfectly good candidate apply for a position, only to be turned down by a typo on the FIRST LINE of his resume. There are some things candidates out there need to understand. As a recruiting agency, we do not update or make changes to your resume - that is your work. We do not have time to critique your CV line by line (we look at over 50 resumes in any given day.) Please take it upon yourself to read through your resume multiple times before submitting it, going through it with a fine tooth comb to ensure there are no spelling or grammatical errors. We also HIGHLY suggest that you have a friend or family member review your resume prior to submittal, or even sending it to a company that specializes in this, to make sure your resume is absolutely perfect before submitting. Attention to detail is so important here, especially at the executive level, or if you are applying for any sort of administrative or content position. In today’s world, with so many spell check options available, typos are absolutely inexcusable. We ask you, please! Before you submit your resume for one of our open positions, triple check your CV is free of any typos or grammatical errors. Our clients expect perfection, you could be their next new hire and they want to ensure you are the absolute perfect fit. So, in turn, we also expect perfection! Just think about it. Imagine we have two very similar candidates with the same background and experience apply for a really great job - and you miss out and are eliminated because of something that can be so easily fixed, your resume has a typo in it. Don’t be that person and hire someone if you need help with your resume!
Here at Sloane Staffing, we are trying to help fill positions in West Palm Beach, and one of our clients has an immediate need for a Staff Accountant. Check out the job description below and let us know if you are interested!
The Staff Accountant position reports to the President and makes decisions using a tactical, business and financial headset. They will support all aspects of business financial daily planning, monitoring and reporting functions. The focus will be on the daily inputs and analysis financial. Must be able to advise the President and the senior leadership team in progress against plan relative to strategic objectives and measures. The Accounting Manager engages in financial analysis in such areas as forecasting, budgeting, cost reduction analysis and collaborates with accounts receivables and payables.
Collaborates with the president that sufficient funds are available to meet ongoing operational and capital investment requirements
Conduit between President and accounting firm
Reports on variances from budget with business rationale
Direct and oversee all financial and accounting system controls and standards and ensure timely financial and statistical reporting for management
Work with President to develop and consult on financial goal planning and development of key performance metrics
Preparation of all accounting functions e.g., budget planning and adherence, operational, financial audits, support tax preparation etc
Confers with department heads to facilitate budget adherence and financial goals
Evaluate ongoing cost reduction analyses in all areas of the company
Review key financial indicators and report on key issues to the president
Engage in benchmarking studies to establish areas of potential operational improvement
Interpret the company's financial results to the president and recommend improvement activities
Review company bottlenecks and recommend changes to improve the overall level of company throughput
Assist in compilation of key business metrics and report on them to management
Identify and oversee companywide internal control process and measures
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance
5-7 years of experience with accounting responsibilities
CPA a plus, but not required
Prior experience with credit/debit financial management
Strong acumen managing a general ledger
Ability to identify business impacts using strong financial analysis
Able to translate business strategy into the general ledger
Experience with financial monthly closings
At Sloane Staffing, a staffing agency in South Florida, we know just how important it is for your business to receive positive client testimonials, Facebook reviews, Google reviews, etc. So, we wanted to share some of the kind words we have received from some of our featured clients! Check them out below.
"Sloane Staffing was able to find my partners and I here at Perry & Group, CPA, LLC a qualified candidate within two hours of searching. Never have we had such great success with any other staffing agency, even the ones that specialize in CPA Firms. Would recommend any and all of my friends and clients to use!"
-Carter McAllister, Perry & Group, CPA, LLC
"Sloane Staffing did a great job for us at ProFi. We needed to make some quick management / admin hires and Sloane Staffing got the job done! Very professional, organized, and responsive. Looking forward to working with Sloane Staffing in the future!"
-Michael Loudis, ProFi Facility Maintenance
"I have hired over 26 people in the last two years and Sloane Staffing has assisted me in filing at least 40% of those positions. Whenever I need a great candidate Sloane Staffing typically has one within 24 to 48 hours and I know I can have someone hired within the week if needed. Not only are we able to get great candidates fast but we are able to retain those candidates and typically for longer than the average hire. We will continue to use them for all of our recruitment needs."
-Shay Berman, Your Digital Resource
For a full list of Sloane Staffing’s client testimonials, visit: https://www.sloane-staffing.com/testimonials. And a big thanks to our clients for the kind words!
Sloane Staffing, a digital marketing employment agency in South Florida, is a white glove recruitment service that specializes in making the perfect match between company and candidate. We are more than just a hiring agency, we are consultants. The secret to our success is positioning ourselves as your internal recruiter, and leveraging our expansive network of potential candidates to source talented individuals who will fit both your business needs and your company culture. We comb through endless amounts of resumes to find ideal candidates, and take the time to set up and schedule interviews with them. We will essentially “weed out” any candidates we don’t feel are a perfect fit for your company, and will only present over those we believe that are top quality. We also take the time to analyze those resumes that were submitted, but necessarily did not have the exact job title requested. Top candidates are often overlooked by this small detail, but may actually possess exactly what you’re looking for – let us do this work for you. We firmly believe that recruiting is a three stage process (similar to sales):
First we build a candidate profile based on the requirements of the job that we gather during kickoff meetings with you.
Second we leverage phone, text, email, social media, and smoke signals to bend the ears of candidates looking for a new career opportunity.
Third we qualify the candidates for you using our thorough screening process, to ensure they meet all of your requirements and are within budget.
Finally, we present potential candidates and follow up every step of the way to coordinate phone and in-person interviews. We act as consultants to both our clients and our candidates. On the client side, we help our clientele save both time and money by doing the grunt work of staffing. Working together, we will find the perfect match for you and your organization! Call us today at 561.512.8989.
At Sloane Staffing, we’ve been working hard for one of our clients who can’ t find good employees in West Palm Beach. Unfortunately this morning, we had the worst possible situation happen for our client - the candidate they were supposed to interview was a “no-show.” In case you can’t figure it out by the name, a “no-show” is a person who has made a reservation, booking, or appointment but neither keeps nor cancels it. So, we thought it would be important to explain why you should NEVER no-show to an interview.
Besides the obvious reason of it being rude - every person in the company you were scheduled to meet with and interview with, has cleared their calendars for a block of time. They are just sitting there, waiting for you. By not showing up, or even calling to say you are not coming, reflects extremely poorly on the recruiter or HR person you worked with to get you that interview. It is completely out of the recruiters control whether you show up or not.
Another reason why you should never no-show, is that your name and reputation will be tarnished. And not just at the company you didn’t show up to. Recruiters will make notes not to send you to anymore interviews, and in small towns like West Palm Beach or Boca Raton, you will have trouble landing a job. In small towns, word travels fast, and even if you are a very strong candidate, no-showing starts you off on the completely wrong foot and with a bad first impression.
We can’t stress this enough here at Sloane Staffing, always, always show up to your interview or call and let them know you are running late or won’t be coming. For more tips and tricks on how to prepare for an interview, check out Live Career.
Recruitment trends and predictions for this upcoming year have already been made, and here at Sloane Staffing, a staffing firm in Delray Beach, we are taking note. It has been predicted that the following will be common resources for staffing in the year 2019:
Mobile Recruitment: More and more candidates are using their phones and tablets to look for and apply for jobs. According to Glassdoor, 89% of candidates use mobile platforms to search for jobs. Companies should work to make it easier for candidates to apply directly from their phones if they want to see an increase in their job applicants and submissions.
More Flexible Working Conditions: Contract work and temporary positions are becoming more and more popular among candidates. Even more attractive to potential new employees is the opportunity to work remotely, or work from home. Allowing candidates to work remote even just one day a week will greatly increase your submissions.
Leveraging A Staffing Agency: Staffing agencies have valuable industry expertise that help companies who struggle with hiring. Working with recruiters also reduces friction among hiring managers. For example, positions in fields like IT, engineering and software development have specific requirements that can be hard to understand for talent acquisition generalists who lack direct industry experience. Plus, staffing agencies close relationships that they keep with top candidates in the market can lead to a faster hiring process.
If you are thinking of working with a staffing firm in Delray Beach, call Sloane Staffing today at 561.512.8989. The next time you find yourself searching for talent, you don't have to go at it alone!
What a year it was! 2018 was a huge year for business, and a monumental year for our digital marketing recruiting agency in Delray Beach, Sloane Staffing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the unemployment rate is at an all time low, around just only 4%, with the industry seeing more jobs than people out of work. Our recruiting team placed over 40 candidates in 2018! 42 people to be exact! Our candidates started new jobs in marketing, IT, and sales departments, to name a few. Some of their new job titles include Senior PPC Specialist, Creative Director, Email Marketing Manager, and Director of Business Development. Statistically, IT staff remain the second hardest professional group to fill globally, but we managed to fill tons of roles in that sector this year, including Sitecore Developers, Network Engineers, IT Support Specialists, and Ruby on Rails Developers. Sloane Staffing also placed a record breaking 15 people at Your Digital Resource in Downtown West Palm Beach, FL.
In addition, Sloane Staffing expanded their team with a new hire, and relocated their main office to Palm Beach Gardens, now serving areas well into Martin County.
We would like to thank all of our clients for continually choosing to work with us. We wouldn’t be where we are today if it wasn’t for you guys. And another big congratulations to all of our candidates who started new jobs in 2018! If you are thinking about working with a digital marketing recruiter in Delray Beach, call us today at 561.512.8989. We look forward to placing more candidates next year, and helping our clients with all of their hiring needs. As always, we are committed to the clients we serve and the candidates we place. Cheers to 2019!
As we quickly approach the fall season (even though it might not feel like it here in South Florida!) businesses are finding themselves busier than ever trying to prepare for the demanding holiday season. With the excitement of the upcoming holidays also comes tension and hard work to wrap up the end of the year. Now is a great time to think about hiring seasonally, and using a recruiter in South Florida such as Sloane Staffing. If your company has large changes in productions or service, or you are preparing for the shopping holidays (Black Friday, Cyber Monday, etc.) now may be the time to hire seasonally. This will give you a heads up on the labor market, and will fill those gaps as your full-time employees begin to take time off for the holidays. As we look forward to October next week, now is the time to hire some temporary or part-time employees or contractors to lend a helping hand at your business during your busiest time. These new employees will need to be trained and all geared-up before the craziness of the holiday season begins. You will want to onboard these new hires and have them buy into your mission from day one. It can also be helpful to think of seasonal hires as a two or three month long interview. The best ones can always transition into full-time employees. For the workers who stand out, be sure to acknowledge you’ll consider them for full-time work if the opportunity arises. If you are worried about the upcoming busyness of the holiday season, reach out to Sloane Staffing now to help you hire part-time or temporary employees. Now is the time, don’t wait! Call 561.512.8989 today!
It’s that time of year again, school is back in session and you are faced with handling the back-to-school shopping, changing schedules, and inevitable arguments with the kids. All of these distractions can make it difficult to balance your family responsibilities with your career. Unfortunately for working professionals, the business world does not rearrange itself around school schedules, so here are a few tips that can help during the end of summer chaos.
- Communicate with your employer. Be upfront and honest about your changing back to school schedule, and let them know what to expect while you get ready to send the kids back. Chances are they have children too and are going through the same thing as you, and will understand!
- Adjust your work hours. Ask to work flexible hours (i.e. shift your schedule to go in earlier and leave earlier so you can be home when the gets get there) or if possible, remote for a few days.
- Organize the night before. Pack lunches and and backpacks and leave them near the door for the next day. Pick out outfits and take showers and baths the night before so you are not rushing in the morning before work.
- Make a calendar and set a schedule. Calendar’s can be extremely efficient for all members of the family. You can either hang a calendar on the wall in your kitchen, or create an online calendar or use an app to share with everyone. If you are needing more time with your kids, work a visit to their school to have lunch with them on your lunch hour.
Sloane Staffing is here to help! If you have any questions, reach out to us at 561.512.8989.
Bullying in the office is a crucial issue that far too often goes unnoticed. Thanks to the #metoo movement, sexual assault issues are being addressed more and more, but there are other types of bullying that may be going on in your office without you even noticing. And unfortunately, if bullying or harassment goes too far, it could cause a good employee to leave. A recent study shows that two-thirds of workers claim they’d actively pursue a new job if bullied. In order to avoid this, it is important to define workplace bullying, so everyone in your office has an understanding of exactly what is and what is not allowed. According to the experts at the Workplace Bullying Institute, it’s described as “repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons (the targets) by one or more perpetrators. It is abusive conduct that is threatening, humiliating, or intimidating; work interference; or verbal abuse.” It’s important that a strong message against bullying is sent from upper level leadership so others down the chain understand it will not be tolerated. It also helps to educate your employees on how to handle workplace bullying. If harassment does occur, it is imperative to address it with punishment. Your employees need to know there will be repercussions and this type of behavior will not be accepted. If a bully does not take your punishment seriously, or continues to harass others in the office, it might be time to let them go permanently. Don’t let office bullying happen under your nose. An office without any bullying will be a happy, healthier workplace for all. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Sloane Staffing at 561.512.8989.
We know not all companies are in a position to hand out company bonuses and stock options. If you are struggling to keep your employees engaged, below are some of our recommendations to make them happy. Because we all know, happy employees make for a happier workplace!
1) Try offering to let them work remote or work from home more. We live in a world where most work can be done from home with a computer.
2) Add some fun. Bring some games to the office, add a pinball machine, or take them for an outing like mini golf– and do it during work hours so they aren’t missing time with their families after work.
3) Communicate well and often. Employees are more engaged when they feel they can talk to their manager. Accessible managers often see better results.
4) Try a bring your child/dog to work day. This type of fun, family inclusion will show your employees you really care.
5) Throw a party for your employees! If you are O.K. with alcohol in your office, there is no harm in throwing a champagne toast to celebrate recent accomplishments.
6) Help your employees get really good at their job. Trainings and seminars are a great way to boost the skills of your employees. And people enjoy doing what they are good at!
7) Thank your employees for good work. You would be surprised how far a hand written note can go!
Above are just some of the ways to motivate the people at your work. If done correctly, you can transform the way your employees see their job and the company. For any questions, reach out to Sloane Staffing at 561.512.8989!
As a hiring agency in Delray Beach, we hear it all the time – and we get it. Mustering up the courage to tell your current employer you are leaving can be nerve-wracking. It can be exciting to receive a job offer from a new company, but scary to tell your boss you’re leaving. To lessen the fear that goes along with giving your notice, you must first remember that you are not letting anyone down. It can be very common to feel like you are disappointing your manager or co-workers, but this simply is not the case. Don’t let them pressure you into feeling this way, they should be proud of you and excited for your new opportunity. Also, be sure to give your notice the proper way, at least two weeks in advanced. Tell them you will be with the company for the next two weeks and will be happy to wrap up any projects you are working on or train a new hire if they replace you. Don’t forget to thank your employer for all they have done for you. We recommend a simple hand written note. Even if you did not like your job, chances are you still learned something and those skills helped you land this new, these can go a long way. And you never know, you may cross paths with these people again so it’s important to leave on a good note. It should be exciting that you are taking on a new role. And be just that –excited! It is a great accomplishment to land a job and beat out other qualified candidates. You should be proud of yourself. We know that leaving a position can be uncomfortable or even awkward, but amazing things can happen when you try something new. Contact us anytime at Sloane Staffing, 561-512-8989.
When hiring managers are looking to fill roles and ultimately employ South Florida, there are a few key ways you can make yourself stand out among other candidates. Here are six ways you can differentiate your resume from others:
1) Tailor your resume to the job. It’s OK to do some research on the company, and tune your resume to the specific role. Try to include relevant experience and skills, and if possible put this at the very top of your CV.
2) Make sure your resume is error-free. We can’t tell you how many times here at Sloane Staffing we review resumes with grammatical errors. This is a huge red flag to potential employers. If you need to, have a friend or family member proofread your resume before sending.
3) Use a template. Resume templates are easy to follow, and will help you make fewer mistakes. Download a resume template from a site like My Perfect Resume.
4) Include metrics. It is important to add numbers to your resume, no matter what the position. Employers like to see what you accomplished for past companies. For example, “I closed 29 deals in a six-month period bringing in over $670k in revenue for the company.”
5) Keep things professional. Avoid using any negative language about previous jobs or employers. This is also not a document that should ever showcase your personal hobbies or political preferences.
6) Don’t use fancy fonts or colors. If you follow a resume template, you will see that loud, fancy fonts and colors are not needed to showcase all of your skills. Keep the document clean and easy to read.
We hope these six tips will help you with your resume writing. If you need further help, feel free to contact us anytime at 561.512.8989.
If you are a business owner seeking to hire millennial talent, you are in luck. Executive recruiters in South Florida, like Sloane Staffing, often use the following tips to recruit millennials.
1. Be clear when creating your job listings. The clearer your job descriptions are, and the more upfront you are with potential candidates, the better your responses will be.
2. Be aware of what millennials think of you. Millennials eat, sleep, and breathe social media and WILL be checking in on your accounts prior to or during their interview process. Make sure your reviews on sites like Indeed and Glassdoor are positive.
3. Create a mobile-friendly site. Millennials are an internet-raised generation. They will be doing their research on you (mentioned in #2) on their phones and tablets. Make sure you’ve advertised your company and its culture in a good light.
4. Emphasize company culture. Speaking of company culture, it is important to “brag” about your company and its benefits these days. Millennials expect offices like Google (think sleeping pods, gyms and workout classes, cafeterias, etc.) If you want to hire the best of the best, be sure to do your best to provide those amenities to your employees if possible, and make it known during the hiring process that you offer those things.
5. Don’t wait until people start job hunting. Reach out to a recruitment agency, such as Sloane Staffing, to get a jump on the recruitment game. They have the ears of candidates who may be looking for a new role, but have done nothing about it yet – giving you the advantage over other employers.
Millennials are more likely to respond to these newer and non-conventional recruiting methods. Contact Sloane Staffing today with any questions you may have! 561.512.8989.
Are you having trouble trying to recruit on your own? Overwhelmed by reviewing resumes, conducting searches, running background checks, and scheduling interviews? You might be in need of help from a recruitment agency, such as Sloane Staffing – a staffing firm in Delray Beach that specializes in temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct hire staffing solutions for a wide variety of positions in sales, marketing, and IT/software development. Finding the perfect employee for your company is time consuming. Here are the top four reasons why employers need a staffing agency to do all of that work for them.
1) Staffing Agencies Leverage Their Network – staffing agencies are able to leverage their deep network of talent to find you the perfect new hire, fast. Quite often, the top talent in the industries don’t go searching for new jobs or even post their resumes on hiring sites such as Indeed. They have built relationships over the years with their recruiters and will rely on them to find new opportunities.
2) Staffing Agencies Have The Resources – they have the tools and time it takes to hire a new candidate, such as reviewing resumes and applications, conducting phone and virtual screenings, and checking backgrounds and references
3) Staffing Agencies Can Save You Money – it is very common for a companies’ HR department to waste not only time but money when it comes to hiring new candidates. It is not uncommon to have an HR generalist attempting to hire a very specific and skilled IT employee, when that person doing the initial interviewing has absolutely zero experience in that field.
4) Staffing Agencies Understand Your Needs – referring to the point above, here is where recruiters really stand out. Here at Sloane Staffing, we have worked these very technical jobs and have experience in these roles (often unlike your HR department.) We take the time to work with these candidates to understand if they are the right fit or not for your organization.
It’s a smart idea to leverage a staffing company in Delray Beach to help with all of your hiring needs. Let them do the work that takes up so much of your time, so you can focus on your business!
If you’ve recently landed one of the Delray Beach jobs that are hiring, or are going in for an interview in South Florida, it’s always a good idea to be over prepared to land the job. Unfortunately, you may experience some uncomfortable questions during your interview, and it’s best to know how to handle these situations. Any questions that bring up your age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, or religion are off-limits. An employer might ask you one of these (illegal) questions:
-How old are you? Are you a baby boomer?
-When did you graduate from high school? How long have you been working?
-Are you married? Is that a heterosexual or homosexual relationship? What does your husband/wife do for a living?
-Is English your native (first) language?
-Are you pregnant? Do you have any children? Do you plan to have children soon?
-What religious holidays do you practice?
-What is your ethnicity?
-What country are you from?
-Have you experienced any serious illnesses in the past year?
-Do you have any outstanding debt?
-Do you socially drink? How’s your health?
Always remember that these questions are illegal for an interviewer to ask you and under no circumstance do you need to answer. We always suggest that it is best to refuse to answer the question. However, if you are comfortable with the interviewer, maybe you know this person or have met them before, and you believe their intentions are honorable, it’s OK to answer. We suggest practicing your answers to some of these questions before your interview in case they do come up. Remember, don’t be afraid to refuse to answer these questions when in an interview for a Delray Beach job that is hiring.
Are you one of the many companies that employ South Florida who are wondering how you can reward and recognize your employees? It’s so important to make time to praise employees for a job well done. According to Dr. Bob Nelson, 58 percent of workers say that they seldom if ever receive a "thank you" from their boss. Recognition means acknowledging someone before their peers for specific accomplishments achieved, actions taken or attitudes exemplified through their behavior. Recognizing and rewarding your employees effectively is crucial for retaining top talent and keeping your employees happy. Here are our top 15 ways to reward and recognize your team.
1) Host one-on-one lunches
2) Write hand written thank you notes
3) Recognize birthdays
4) Gift out gas or coffee gift cards
5) Give them an extra day off (with pay)
6) Bring breakfast for the office
7) Set up a reserved parking space near the office front door
8) Bring in a masseuse to offer free massages
9) Reward with company-paid iPhones or iPads
10) Flexible Hours
11) Let your employee be the CEO for the day
12) Host an after-work get together, like a happy hour, on your tab
13) Serve lunch to your team
14) Set up a “brag board” in the office, where you can show off employee of the month or quarter
15) Host a “bring your dog to work day” – our personal favorite!
Rewards are a powerful tool used for employee engagement. It’s a proven fact that employees are happier and perform better when they are rewarded. If you employ South Florida, it’s important to invest in your employees – it will pay off in the long run! Reach out to someone on the Sloane Staffing team today if you have any questions, or would like to add how you reward your employees to our list!
So you’ve landed a job interview with one of the coveted Delray Beach jobs that are currently hiring. Maybe you’ve been working with a staffing firm in Delray, such as Sloane Staffing, to help secure you the interview you’ve always wanted. If you are wondering what you can do to ace that big interview, here are just a few of our favorite tips.
1) Research and Role Play For The Interview
Prior to your interview, do some research about the company. Look them up online, research their competitors, learn about some of their recent accomplishments. Find out what you can so you aren’t walking in to the building completely blind about the company and what it is that they do. It’s also a good idea to practice for the interview. Whether that’s reciting some lines in front of the mirror by yourself, or using a friend to ask you some of the most common interview questions.
2) Dress To Impress
When doing research about the company, try and investigate what the culture and the dress code are like. Ask your recruiter you have been working with or the hiring manager you had a phone interview with how they would suggest you dress for the in-person interview. Even if their work environment seems business casual, and even if your interview is on “casual Friday,” you will still want to probably wear business formal attire on your first visit to the building. Remember, first impressions are everything!
3) Follow Up After Your Interview
This may come as a surprise, but some people forget to follow up with a “thank you” after their interview. This can be done with a hand written note or a simple email. This step is crucial as skipping it can take you out of the running for the job. A thank you note also gives you the opportunity to touch on some points that weren’t discussed in the meeting, or even ask some questions you forgot to ask while you were in the building. We like Forbes’ ways to follow up after an interview.
Follow these steps above to ace your job interview and show those Delray Beach jobs hiring that you are a professional and you take your job seriously.
Executive Recruiters in South Florida provide business organizations with employees for positions in all sectors of employment, from industrial to clerical to professional. There are over 17,000 staffing firms operating approximately 35,000 offices in the United States. It has been reported that staffing and recruiting agencies provide job opportunities to nearly 15 million people per year, proving themselves to be a vital part of the U.S. economy. But how does this apply to the state of Florida, and specifically our local area, with jobs hiring in South Florida? Well, in 2016 alone, recruiting agencies employed 652,100 workers in Florida in an estimated over 1,900 offices. That staggeringly large number just proves how valuable the right staffing agency can be to your workforce. Of those employed, 53% were male, while 47% were female, with an age demographic ranging all the way from 19 to 64 years old. If you are thinking of leveraging a recruiting agency, such as Sloane Staffing, to help with your hiring needs - now is the time. The staffing industry is set to reach a record $142.4 billion in revenue and will continue to rise. The recruiting and staffing industry has been growing faster than gross domestic product and overall employment at rates unlike any prior recovery. Busy hiring managers are quickly learning that with the right staffing agency at their fingertips, they will save time, money, and resources when trying to fill their open positions. Effective management of staff is essential to ensuring your workplace runs efficiently and smoothly, and that the right employees are in the right positions. The recruiting, staffing, and workforce solutions industry makes a vital contribution to the U.S. economy by providing excellent career opportunities for millions of employees per year. Call Sloane Staffing, executive recruiters in South Florida, today to start receiving and hire qualified candidates!