Tag: culture fit

Staffing and Hiring Resolutions to Keep for 2017

by placers on December 27, 2016 in Workforce

 

Resolutions are everywhere this time of year. While great for personal goal-setting, New Year’s resolutions can be just as beneficial from a business perspective, particularly if you commit to fulfilling them long after the blustery winter weeks of the beginning of the year have come and gone. As we wave farewell to 2016 and prepare to […]

Contract and Temporary Hiring Outlook for 2017

by placers on December 13, 2016 in Workforce

 

Like most states in the U.S., staffing and temporary employees are changing how businesses hire in Delaware. You can see a steady upsurge in the hiring of contract employees and temp workers throughout the country, with more than 3 Million temporary employees on payrolls in November, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Looking back, we […]

Employees and Temps Working Together: Creating the Right Culture

by placers on November 29, 2016 in Workforce

 

In terms of production, there should be a seamless blend between your employees and the temporary staff in your office. Achieving this does take effort, but the foundation is a workplace culture in which both sides work together. A culture in which everyone understands their expectations and is equally equipped to meet them. So how can you establish […]

How Staffing Adds Value to your Manufacturing and Warehouse Hiring Process

by placers on November 22, 2016 in Workforce

 

Finding reliable staff to fill positions in a manufacturing and warehouse environment can be a challenge for growing companies. Having quality workers to carry the workload on every shift is imperative to make sure products are reaching customers on the day and time they are expected. However, a staffing firm that specializes in this specific type of hiring can […]

5 Ways to Keep Candidates Engaged During a Job Search

by placers on November 15, 2016 in Workforce

 

Matching strong candidates with suitable temporary assignments can sometimes take longer than expected, and keeping promising applicants invested and engaged in your placement process can be challenging. With that in mind, the following five steps are key to maintaining engaged, interested candidates throughout your matchmaking process. 1. Explain the process clearly upfront An important element […]

Hiring and Job Searching Based on Values Fit

by placers on June 30, 2015 in Culture, Staffing

 

Earlier this month, TechCrunch published a blog called Why A Values Fit Matters More than a Culture Fit. To us at Outside-In® Companies, culture fit and values fit are one in the same. Outside-In® is defined by our values. When we are looking to hire a core team member, we consider how well a candidate’s […]

Collective Wisdom: Leadership Mantras to Live By

by wpengine on June 17, 2014 in Culture, Outside-In®, Workforce

 

by Outside-In® Team Member, Kelly Hocutt Last year, during our year of the Outside-In® Happiness project, I set out to grow my leadership skills. Last June, I applied to a mentor program, in which I would get the opportunity to meet with 10 regional executives throughout the year. From September through May, my class of […]

When Does a Job Interview End?

by wpengine on February 5, 2014 in Job Search Tips, Workforce

 

Guest blog spot by Outside-In® Team Member Caitlin Olszewski After dotting a couple i’s (three to be exact), smiling, and shaking hands, I had accepted a job offer—my first real job offer. I was twenty-two years old. (I’m twenty-three now but it’s amazing what a measly year can do for experience, wisdom, and unfortunately, student […]

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