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Workplace Drama, How Much Is It Costing You? | Can't Find Good Employees West Palm Beach

Business owners know that drama in the workplace can affect productivity and drain morale, but have you ever considered the dollar amount it could be costing you and your organization?

CPP Inc., publishers of the Myers-Briggs Assessment and the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, commissioned a study on workplace conflict and how businesses can harness it to thrive. They found that in 2008, U.S. employees spent 2.8 hours per week dealing with conflict. This amounts to approximately $359 billion in paid hours (based on average hourly earnings of $17.95), or the equivalent of 385 million working days. Other staggering findings from the CPP study included 25 percent of employees said that avoiding conflict led to sickness or absence from work. Equally alarming, nearly 10 percent reported that workplace conflict led to project failure and more than one-third said that conflict resulted in someone leaving the company, either through firing or quitting. Employee turnover due to conflict is also expensive. Replacing an employee can cost you 150 to 200 percent more than that employee's salary and benefits (including everything from placing ads to training the new hire, paying severance, and the lost investment you made in the previous employee.)

It is important to avoid costly conflict by hiring smart to avoid personality clashes and stress in the workplace. If you’re having trouble finding good employees in West Palm Beach or South Florida, reach out to Sloane Staffing today and we can help you make smart hires that make sense for your business. We will handle all preliminary interviews, background checks, and personality assessments to ensure your organization has the right balance of personality types needed to avoid workplace drama. The less time your employees spend on conflict, the more time they will have to do their jobs!

Ways To Support Working Mothers In Your Organization | Staffing Agency South Florida

Here at Sloane Staffing, a staffing agency in South Florida, we believe 100% in work life balance and we know that balancing work with parenting duties can be a serious struggle. For new moms, making the transition back to work after maternity leave can be a difficult process. However, those organizations that go above and beyond in supporting working parents will benefit from a more loyal, engaged and happy workforce. So, how can you help working mothers in your organization?

1) Offer Remote Work- If you’re able to in your business, consider letting your employees work a proportion of hours from home each week. They can be in office for necessary meetings, but have the flexibility to be home in the mornings to see their children off to school, or pick them up when school lets out in the afternoon.

2) Increase Paid Maternity Leave- Paid maternity leave in the US is ranked as one of the lowest in the country. In Canada, new mothers can expect almost 15 weeks paid maternity leave, with some companies even offering a FULL YEAR. Let your new mother’s have a little extra time off and it will pay off in the end - you won’t be seeing yourself with a turnover issues every time someone in the office “drinks the water.”

3) Offer on-site perks- Mother’s hardly ever want to leave their children, if they are allowed to bring them in to the office, or if your office provides free day care on site where they can still watch over their loved ones, they will be much happier. On-site dry-cleaning, grocery delivery, car services - all of these are necessities for working professionals, but it's tough to get them done during work hours or when you have kids. Consider having these services outsourced for your employees.

The bottom line is, you should always be supportive of working mothers in your organization. If you have any questions about the above call us at 561.512.8989.

Hot Job Alert! Lead UX & UI Designer / Creative Director Position Now Available In Fort Lauderdale, FL

Our client in Fort Lauderdale is looking for a truly badass designer with a primary focus in the UX, UI, and Digital Products field. Someone who has been creating pure digital-product-design gold for years. If you feel you're definitely one of the (or preferably "the") top UX/UI designers in Florida then we want to talk to you.

This person should - often be described with words such as "unbelievably gifted designer", "visionary", "blessing to all those who are so fortunate to see their work". But remain very modest. - Have 7+ years of experience working in the UI/UX field. - Be driven by a passion to be one of the best in the world, constantly learning, honing their skills and pushing the boundaries. - Love working with clients and loved by their clients. - Have an amazing ability to lead, inspire and attract fantastic designers. - Self-motivated, organized and does the reminding, instead of requiring it. - Understand our company culture, and values and help us to evolve it.

Being familiar with the following are all bonuses - Agency or startup life - Agile Methodologies - Design Sprints - Rapid Prototyping - Interactive Design - Framer, Sketch - Usability Testing - etc

Benefits & Perks - Medical - 15 days PTO, from day one. - $1,500 annual conference & learning stipend - $100 monthly fitness stipend

Our client is working with some of the absolute coolest clients and on really amazing projects. Their creative team while being a band of creative misfits (meant as a compliment) are inspiring on a daily basis, supportive of each other and driven to be the best. Their development team is as good as it gets and can turn any creative vision into reality. And they all have a unified goal to raise the expectations of how great a digital experience can be. If that sounds like something you want to be a part of, please send your resume to lindsey@sloane-staffing.com. You can view the full job description and others here.

Sloane Staffing Client Testimonials | Staffing Agency South Florida

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!

Immediate Need For A Staff Accountant In West Palm Beach | Help Filling Positions West Palm Beach

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.

Responsibilities 

  • 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

Qualifications

  • 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

Think Like An Applicant | Can't Find Good Employees West Palm Beach

We all know that looking for a job is not fun. It can take hours, and is often referred to as “a job of its own.” So, why not make looking for a job easy on your potential candidates? Everyone who has ever applied for or posted a job will agree that one of the most important parts of it is the job description. Make the application process as easy as possible, whether that’s online, or in person. When you and your teams are drafting the job descriptions, think like an applicant. You don’t want to lose your applicant because of a grueling application process. Keep the initial questions easy - you can always ask more in depth questions during the phone interview, or later on in the in-person interviews. The key is to write a job description that is appealing and will attract talent. After you have written it, read it out loud and ask yourself “would I want to do this job?” Job descriptions don’t have to be boring! It can be O.K. to add a little bit of humor to your job description. Now a days, you can also make them interactive or allow some form of response. This is crucial for you younger, smaller companies who lose out on good candidates to bigger competitors. Here is a good example of a job description: Group Media Director, Boca Raton, FL. And finding the right skills for your role is extremely important, especially for people who make sure that their skills will be used and appreciated. A well-written, exciting job description can make you far more successful in attracting the best. Check out six ways to tweak your job description to attract talent. If you can’t find good employees in West Palm Beach, contact Sloane Staffing today at 561.512.8989.

Client Spotlight: Your Digital Resource | Company Staffing West Palm Beach

Sloane Staffing, a company staffing West Palm Beach, would like to shine the spotlight on one of our clients, Your Digital Resource. Digital Resource, referred to as DR, is a full service digital marketing agency for businesses of all sizes, located in Downtown West Palm Beach, FL. Digital Resource specializes in SEO, Social Media Management and Internet Advertising but provides a complete range of internet marketing services to meet any client’s needs. Their mission is to give their clients a reliable source for internet marketing, to show results fast, and to make internet marketing affordable for everyone. Sloane Staffing has been providing staffing services to the company and it’s owner, Shay Berman, for years. We’ve placed everyone there, from account managers, to web developers, and even HR employees. Digital Resource is growing at such a large rate, in part to Sloane Staffing, that they are moving into a bigger office later on this year to accommodate for their growing team. DR has been recognized by Inc. 500, Business Insider, and even Forbes magazine. They were even ranked as number 262 on the INC. 500 list. The list actually contains the top 5,000, but the first 500 get published. They even help us with our own digital marketing! They can help you get on the first page of search results, which we all know if key to keeping your business one step ahead of the competition.

We thank all of our clients in trusting us to hire the best employees for their businesses. For a full list of the companies we provide staffing services to in South Florida, check out our client’s page. Or, to become a client of ours, contact us today at 561.512.8989.

How Your Company Can Give Back To Your Community | Help Filling Positions West Palm Beach

In addition to help filling positions in West Palm Beach, here at Sloane Staffing, we know just how important it is to give back to the community. Corporate philanthropy is defined as the act of a corporation or business promoting the welfare of others, generally through charitable donations of funds or time. Corporate philanthropy benefits the community and also benefits your company by building your brand and strengthening employee morale and camaraderie, bringing your teams together. It is important to get every one of your employees involved, at all levels. The CEO should be participating just as much as the interns. One of the more common corporate philanthropy events we see in South Florida is Habitat for Humanity. Schedule a day (or half day) to close your office and take your employees to this nonprofit organization that helps people in your community and around the world by building or improving a place they can call home. And if you want to get really creative, you can also start philanthropic traditions, such as choosing a different charity to focus on each year or during the holiday season. Regardless of company size, make sure your philanthropic efforts authentically align with your company’s values and beliefs. In recent years, the explosion of social media and the widespread adoption of its use by businesses and consumers has created a level of transparency that was completely unknown just ten years ago.  With this new atmosphere of openness and dialogue at all levels of the business cycle, consumers have become far more interested in a company’s values and corporate responsibility than ever before. If you’d like to get involved, take a look at ten awesome companies doing corporate philanthropy right. And as always, if you need help filling positions in West Palm Beach or South Florida, reach out to Sloane Staffing at 561.512.8989.

What Do The Top Companies On Social Media Do For Their Following? | Company Staffing West Palm Beach

All companies want it: thousands of followers, tons of likes, comments, post engagement, and re-tweets and shares on their social media sites, with the ultimate goal of their content going viral. Here at Sloane Staffing, a company staffing West Palm Beach, we are often asked how to make this happen. Because we all know, the stronger social media presence equals more business. So, here are our top tips for enhancing and growing your social media channels:

  1. Leverage your blog. Your blog is your number one tool, and crucial to driving traffic to your website. The best advice we can give any business owner is to take a class on SEO, and learn all about the Google “spider.” If you don’t know what we are referring to, then you definitely need to take the class!

  2. Showcase your team members. Literally putting faces behind names adds a touch of personal elements to your website and your blog. Users feel more connected and are more likely to do business with you. We personally love what Warby Parker does here: https://www.warbyparker.com/culture

  3. Stay up to date on current events. Everyday is a holiday in social media world, literally. National dog walking day, national ice cream day - the list goes on. Create content that links both your company and these holidays, and people will engage with them socially.

  4. Share inspiration. One of our favorite things to post is quotes from thought leaders, or daily inspiration. You’ll be surprised - people will tag their friends, and so forth.

  5. General engagement. People love to voice their opinion. Sites like Facebook and Instagram now have new features where you can create a poll and cast a vote. Try that out and see how well people engage with your sites.

For more tips and tricks on how to be one of the top companies on social media, call us today, a company staffing West Palm Beach, at 561.512.8989.

Are You Including Your Temporary Employees in Your Company Culture Enough? | Staffing Delray Beach

We know from personal experience and through staffing Delray Beach that more often than not, companies do not include their temporary employees enough in their company culture enough. This can be a huge issue because if your want to get the most out of your temporary workforce, you and your team should make every effort to include temporary employees in your company culture. Your temp workers will not only feel more included and integrated into your company, but they will gain respect for their management and the company as a whole. Think about it: if you expect your temp employees to be as integrated as you perm employees, than you should be treating them all the same. Also, temporary employees often turn into full-time employees anyway! Set a good example for your full time workers, and be sure to include temp workers in any company wide meetings, town halls, happy hours, etc. Also, ask your full time employees how the teams might better include the temp workers. It might not hurt to check reviews of your company on sites such as Glassdoor to see what your temporary employees are saying about you. Word about an employer spreads fast these days, especially with social media and employer review sites. If you make your temporary employees feel like outsiders, they may be quick to share their experience through anonymous posts and reviews. Make it a habit to read through your reviews, you might learn a thing or two!

Partner with Sloane Staffing today! Call us at 561.512.8989 to find out how we can help your company. We’ve been staffing Delray Beach for quite some time now and would love to help you and your company include your temporary workers more into your company culture.

2018 Year In Review | Digital Marketing Recruiter Delray Beach

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!

4 Ways To Assess Your Potential New Hire | Hiring Agency Delray Beach

Are you a company in Delray Beach who is currently hiring? If you need help from a local hiring agency, look no further than Sloane Staffing! We will send you qualified candidates based off of your hiring needs. During the interview process, here are our five favorite ways to assess your prospective hires!

1.       Read Their Body Language: From the moment the candidate walks in the door, let their body language do the talking. Look for things like posture, eye contact, and enunciation – these are all good indicators of a top candidate.

2.       Watch Closely How Candidates Interact With Non-Interviewers: We personally love to see new hires walking around the office, smiling and waving at other employees who might not necessarily be interviewing them. Or saying “thank you” when a door is held for them. A friendly exchange in pleasantries can make all the difference.

3.       Ask Off The Wall Questions, Or About Their Passions: It’s O.K. to divert away from the typical interview questions. You will be working with this new person for 40+ hours a week! Ask about their interests outside of work, and see if they line up with the other members of the organization. Check out this list of 20 off the wall interview questions for examples.

4.       Ask The Typical CEO Question: Try asking the hypothetical CEO question; “What would you do differently if you ran this company?” A candidate who gives candid feedback is usually a good hire. Who knows, you might learn something here!

If you are hiring in Delray Beach and need new ways to assess your potential new candidates, we hope these four ideas above help. For further information, feel free to reach out to Sloane Staffing, at 561-512-8989.

Office Bullying Could Be Driving Your Talent Away, Right Under Your Nose | Staffing Delray Beach

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.

How To Respond To Illegal Interview Questions | Delray Beach Jobs Hiring

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. 

2018 First Quarter Staffing Review | Executive Recruiters South Florida

As the first quarter of 2018 comes to a close, it’s important for both hiring managers and executive recruiters in south Florida to monitor staffing statistics thus far in the year. Understanding these will help you find and retain talent and grow your organizations. Some top recruiting trends for the year are:

-Technology and talent are CEOs' top two business priorities. 

-42% of employers are worried they won’t be able to find the talent they need.

-40 percent of employees surveyed said they plan on changing jobs in 2018.

-55% of job seekers abandon applications after reading negative reviews about a company online.

-54% of small business owners reported few or no qualified applicants for the open positions they were offering. 

-The interview process takes 24.4 days for Internet & Tech jobs and 23.9 days for Computer Software and Hardware positions.

-73% of developers code as a hobby.

-61% of recruiters expect to hire more people in 2018 than they did in 2017.

-98% of candidates who had a positive experience at a company would refer others to apply.

-79% of job seekers say they are likely to use social media in their job search.

-Nearly 80% of Millennials look for people and culture fit with employers, followed by career potential. 

-51% of those who have jobs are searching for new ones or watching for openings.

-61% of job seekers are likely to apply to a job if the employer actively manages its brand. 

For hiring managers, HR teams, and executive recruiters in South Florida, it’s important to understand what the experts are saying. The world of recruitment is in constant motion, and we hope these first quarter statistics help you prepare for the year ahead!

Three Ways To Ace Your Job Interview | Delray Beach Jobs Hiring

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. 

Technologies To Invest In For Your IT Career | IT Staffing Delray Beach

It was recently reported by Dice that the unemployment rate in the IT field stands at 2.5%. Good news for all of you tech professionals out there! But how do you ensure you remain in high demand to employers? When hiring for IT staffing in Delray Beach, managers will be interested in the following technologies – consider in investing in them to further your career.  

1)      The Cloud: secure yourself as that employee who has the skills to safely and securely migrate a business’s data and applications to the cloud for the first time, or migrate them from one cloud environment to another.

2)      Cybersecurity Technology: including but not limited to data security, cloud access, cyberattack deception, fraud detection, app security, information rights management, behavioral analytics, etc.

3)      Robotics and Artificial Intelligence: I think we can all agree that AI is the most exciting technology currently out there. From self-driving cars to robots, big companies show no sign of slowing down when investing in robotics and artificial intelligence. In fact, Forbes reported that that 62% of companies will be using artificial intelligence in their operations by next year. Companies are investing in hot AI technologies such as speed recognition, biometrics, and robotic process automation at an alarmingly high rate.

4)      Big Data Analytics: last but certainly not least, as demand is at an all-time high here. Show you have the expertise in the niche of big data and analytics, and you will be set in your career.

The technology industry continues to outperform the overall U.S. labor market. If you have any questions in the above listed technologies, or about IT staffing in Delray Beach, call Sloane Staffing today! 561.512.8989.

How Social Media Can Harm You In Your Job Hunt | Now Hiring Delray Beach

Everyone these days belongs to some form of social media site, be it Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. We know that what we post online is a direct reflection of ourselves to our followers, but have you ever thought about how those posts appear to your potential new boss, or even new team members? In addition to your resume, and phone/in-person interviews, your online presence completely represents you. And you better believe that jobs now hiring in Delray Beach will be searching for you on the Internet to insure that you are a good potential cultural fit. You don’t want a company that’s JUST about to extend an offer to you, Google you and find out what you are doing on the weekends with your friends. Not a good look! Unfortunately, social media can be great at un-doing all of your hard work with your job search. If a potential hiring manager sees something about you online that he/she does not like, it could cost you the next perfect opportunity. Remove any offensive content you may have on your sites. Keep the photos of yourself to a limited amount. You wouldn’t want to end up in an interview with your potential new boss asking you about certain posts you made online. It is also important to keep your LinkedIn account updated and that it actually matches what’s on your resume. You don’t want to be caught having to explain why your experience is all over the place. Trust us when we say that companies now hiring in Delray Beach will be trying to find anything they can about you online. Social media can be fun, but if you are not careful, it can also be detrimental in your job search. Reach out to a recruitment agency in Delray Beach, such as Sloane Staffing, if you have any questions about your current online presence or need help cleaning it up for your job search. And learn more about jobs now hiring in Delray Beach!

What to do when being laid off in Delray Beach | Hiring Agency Delray Beach

Were you recently let go from your company? Don’t panic. Being selected to be laid off is often just bad luck. You can and will bounce back from this. One of the first things you should do after being laid off, or even if you suspect you may be getting let go soon, is to contact a hiring agency in Delray Beach, such as Sloane Staffing, a hiring agency in Delray Beach, immediately. Reach out to a recruiter to get support in your job search and let them know about your situation. They will start the job hunt for you straightaway for jobs hiring in South Florida and the best part about it, there's no cost to you! Be honest and don’t hide the fact that you’ve been laid off, it can actually work to your advantage – you won’t have to explain why you left your last job and you don't have to put a two weeks notice so you can start immediately. If you do, you can simply say you were eliminated as part of a downsizing. The right recruiter will reach out to their expansive network, putting word out there that a qualified candidate has recently hit the market and is now available. This will definitely reduce your time of unemployment. Be sure to fix up your resume to the best of your ability, and provide your recruiter with a fully updated copy. The sooner they have that updated document, the sooner they can find you your next perfect fit. Leveraging a staffing agency always results in a faster hiring process. They will advertise you on your behalf, and often move your resume to the “top of the pile” by getting it directly in front of a hiring manager’s eyes – so you’re not waiting away for a phone call back from some HR department. Look ahead to your future, don’t let the layoff destroy your confidence, and let Sloane Staffing help find your next role today! Contact a hiring agency in Delray Beach today.

Delray Beach Jobs Hiring | Executive Recruiters South Florida

Wondering how to land a job in South Florida’s competitive job market? Between job cuts, downsizing, and thousands of other job-seekers in your area, sometimes it’s best to leverage a staffing agency, such as Sloane Staffing in Delray Beach, to help you with your exhaustive job hunt when looking for Delray Beach jobs that are hiring. Recruitment agencies can be leveraged as a useful job-search channel just like LinkedIn. Here’s how:

Often times, not all open positions are always posted online. Generally, recruiters build such a strong relationship with hiring managers, that those managers will depend solely on the recruitment agency to find them qualified talent. This means a job you could be hunting for online for weeks, even months, may never even be posted on those popular websites, such as Indeed.com and Monster.com. By not being in contact with the right staffing agency, you just might be missing out on your next perfect job opportunity.

Ever find yourself becoming frustrated with the HR hiring generalist that’s interviewing you for their company? Feel like you know more about the role they are trying to fill than they do? You definitely do. The recruitment team here at Sloane staffing has been in your shoes. We have experience working in many of the roles we fill, and we understand the tools, technologies, and applications you specialize in. We can more easily translate your sometimes difficult-for-HR-to-understand specialties and years of industry experience to the right hiring team. We also work faster than those HR departments, finding you employment quicker.

We know what it’s like to constantly check the job boards, and mindlessly dig through pages of positions that probably don’t even pertain to or interest you. If you are looking to take the next step in your career, send Sloane Staffing your resume today! Sloane staffing can help you with Delray Beach jobs that are hiring. We want to employ South Florida - you’ve got nothing to lose, and a whole lot to gain!