Category: Personal Success
The discontent of the American worker has left a lot of people wondering where they want to go with their career. – What fuels their
COMPARING APPLES TO APPLES
By Nancy Schuman, CSP, Chief Communications Officer, Lloyd Staffing Evaluating job offers The grass always seems greener someplace else doesn’t it? Well, that’s at least how
Those Who Walk the Walk, Not Just Talk
by Eric Cordova I still remember how I felt in my first week as a recruiter. Excited, confident, yet extremely overwhelmed, I walked in to
Building Job Search Momentum
Like many of life’s endeavors, it takes a certain amount of momentum to really get going. As a college student, my least favorite part of any class was always the beginning. I didn’t have a firm grasp of what was expected and I wasn’t yet in the groove as far as assignments and studying. I always went through a bit of a learning curve to get a feel for expectations though once I had that knowledge, it was generally smooth sailing until the end of the semester.
Searching for a Job on Your Own Terms
Though there are a number of key components to a successful job search—networking, research, and hard work immediately come to mind—unfortunately none of them reduces the stress of finding a new position. There is no doubt about it: searching for a job can be stressful.
ASA Names LLoyd IT Associate 2014 National Staffing Employee of the Year!
LLoyd is a member of the American Staffing Association (ASA), the largest nationwide group serving as the voice of the industry representing approximately 35,000 staffing and search firm locations in the U.S. These organizations employ an estimated 2.91 million people each day as part of the nation’s contingent workforce.