Farms and Agribusinesses are Hiring Amid COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the agriculture and agribusiness industries are hiring. While many businesses are forced to close, the food supply chain needs to keep up with demand to feed the world. There is high demand among AgHires clients and the industry to specifically hire skilled labor, sales and management roles for both seasonal […]

Tips for Working From Home

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, disease prevention and safety is at the forefront. The CDC has issued guidelines to protect yourself and to prevent the spread of disease. These guidelines include social distancing. Working from home, abbreviated WFH, is one part of social distancing and is quickly becoming the new norm. For many, this […]

5 Reasons To Take a Pay Cut

When deciding to take a new job, there are a lot of factors to consider such as the responsibilities of the job, potential for future growth, the job title, the benefits, and your salary. Ideally when you’re looking to change jobs, most of the time you’re hoping to make more money. However, there are times […]

Burnout and How to Avoid It

Have you ever suffered from burnout? Odds are, the answer is yes. According to a recent Gallup study, about 2/3 of employees suffer from burnout while at work. It might be you, your co-worker, your employer, or your employees. Burnout can be exhausting, but there are ways to combat it. Causes Recognizing the causes of […]

How to Say No At Work

Many people have a hard time saying “no” to a request – especially if the request comes from their boss or co-worker. Many times, people will say “yes” to a request and regret it later. Employees don’t want to say “no” for two reasons: a fear of conflict and a fear of disappointment. Employees don’t […]

Show Your Skills, Don’t Just Tell Them

Including your skills on your resume is one of the most important parts, but there’s more than just listing your skills. You need to show your skills. But that doesn’t mean walking into a prospective employer’s office and showing them what you can do. You need to put it into words on your resume and […]

How to Set Goals

Whether personal or professional, goals are important. They provide motivation and a sense of accomplishment. But setting goals can be tricky. If the goal is too small, it may seem unproductive. If the goal is too big, it may seem impossible to achieve. There’s a fine balance to setting goals. Here are some goal setting […]

Resolutions for the Workplace

A new year brings a new beginning . . . and New Year’s Resolutions! About 60% to 80% of people make resolutions or goals for the new year. While resolutions tend to focus on personal life, it’s beneficial to create resolutions or goals for the workplace too. Here are a few resolutions that should be […]

Do You Have Too Many Job Changes?

The days of staying at one job for decades is behind us. Today, 64% of job seekers agree that job hopping is beneficial to their careers. However, baby boomers, those born between 1957 and 1964, held an average of 12.3 jobs between the ages of 18 to 52. Seventy-five percent of job seekers between the […]

How to Get the Most Out of a Career Fair

Ah, autumn. Tis the season for apple picking, pumpkin carving, and corn mazes. Autumn is also the season for career fairs. Employers may be looking for seasonal employees, interns for the upcoming spring and summer, or soon-to-be graduate to fill full-time positions. No matter the person, career fairs are full of opportunity. But do you […]

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