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A Key Question about ADA Accommodations

Because many employers are not well versed in the Americans with Disabilities Act, they are often uncertain about whether a requested accommodation must be granted. The good news is that an accommodation does not have to be granted if it does not actually allow the employee to perform his or her job. The purpose of […]

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The Future is Now: How to Build a Resume for the Digital Age

Have you ever applied to a job on a big job site, like Indeed or ZipRecruiter? Did you ever wonder what happens after you press that magic button? Does anyone even get your information?? In the end, the answer is yes, but it’s a little more complicated than that. Modern technology has transformed job-seeking into […]

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Recipe for Success

Take a pinch of creativity, a dash of forward thinking, and a splash of safety mixed with heaps of experience and you have the recipe for successful employee recruitment and retention concocted by the partnership of Rodelle, Inc. and Employment Solutions. Located in Fort Collins, CO, Rodelle, Inc. is one of the world’s largest vanilla […]

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Rolling in the Staff at Hudson Bearings

Your first encounter with Hudson Bearings, LLC will most likely go back much further than this formal introduction, a meeting you would have been unmindful of at the time. Whether you are involved in air cargo, material handling, robotics or even military logistics, you’ve probably “met” Hudson Bearings. Perhaps you’ve even seen them walking through a retail store with fixtures […]

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Employment Solutions’ Skilled Manufacturing Division

By Jessica LaGrossa The skills gap and its threat to the future of manufacturing isn’t news—it’s a challenge that the industry has been navigating for several years now. But as the extensive number of manufacturing employees reach retirement, the threat becomes a tangible problem resulting in less and less skilled associates to fill those leftover […]

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Improving Retention Through Relationships

By Jessica LaGrossa The evolution of Elkhart Plastics, Inc. is as unique as its rotomolding process. Spanning nearly three decades, Elkhart’s history has seen the company grow and develop through organic growth, acquisitions and expansions, bringing the company to a six-plant national presence—each offering unique solutions serving over 30 industries. Through its growth, one thing […]

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A Specialized Workforce Requires Specialized Recruiting

By Jessica LaGrossa At just 23 years of age, Denver Zoo’s Kipele is the park’s oldest giraffe. Add to that the use of birth control, and you could say that her keepers were more than a little doubtful when the possibility of Kipele being pregnant came to light. So the zoo turned to its trusted […]

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7 Job Hunting Tips for College Grads

Congratulations! You made it through college and earned your degree. But there isn’t much time to rest on your laurels- before you’ve even gotten to hang up your cap and gown, we guarantee somebody will be asking you if you have a job lined up yet. Fear not- here are 7 helpful hints for how […]

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How to make the switch to better hires

Nulite Story   Patrick Hersco of Nulite Lighting thought there was one way to hire manufacturing employees: the hard way.The way where you wade through the same old candidates who swim around the candidate pool, hire a handful, pray that a couple actually are worth keeping, and then repeat all over again the process the […]

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Avoid these Salary Negotiation Mistakes

Salary negotiations are a very delicate matter. When negotiating a salary with a potential candidate, there are a few things that you never want to do. Hiring managers have routinely held all of the power in the negotiation process, but a lack of talent in particular industries has caused a shift in the negotiation process. […]

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