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Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? The 2019 economy isn’t the scary monster you think it is!

It’s no surprise that there have been rumors swirling of a negative economic situation in 2019. We’ve seen lot of change in 2018 and it’s only human to feel uncertain about the unknown. The health of the economy is especially important for anyone in the business of manufacturing and staffing. Manufacturers need to be able […]

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‘Safety First’ Draws Pride & Commitment at Rinker Materials

Bart Denney, general manager at Rinker Materials, runs a tight ship, and safety is his number one concern. In fact, fostering and implementing a safety culture is so important to Denney and Rinker Materials that it leaves little to no time to deal with the hiring process. Therefore, the company relies heavily on the staffing […]

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Women in Welding: Q&A with Jordan Maly, former employee of Employment Solutions

At Employment Solutions, we pride ourselves on being more than a temp agency. We know that paying the bills is just one reason you work, – it’s also important to be in a job that values your hard work, gives you opportunities to grow, and most importantly fits your lifestyle and career goals. After all, […]

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Asking for a raise: the basics

By Sarah Ash You’ve found a job you love. You go into work each day, and suddenly the problems and challenges you’ve faced at work in the past don’t seem so daunting anymore. You look forward to working with your peers and finding success together. Even when the going gets tough, you find new and […]

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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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Top 3 tips: Make the most out of social media in your job hunt!

By Sarah Ash It’s estimated that the average American spends “more than 11 hours per day watching, reading, listening to or simply interacting with media, according to a new study by market-research group Nielsen. That’s up from nine hours, 32 minutes just four years ago,” says an article from MarketWatch. We all have a favorite […]

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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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Exciting announcement: We now have a resume writing experience in our Denver office!

By Sarah Ash A resume is the best way to summarize all your work experience, and it gives potential employers a quick snapshot of who you are and what kinds of work you’re interested in as well. But what if you’ve never had a resume before? We now have a great resource in our Denver […]

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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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How to write a great resume: Tips from Employment Solutions‘ recruiters

By Sarah Ash Do you have a resume? It’s one of the first questions we ask candidates that apply with us at Employment Solutions. What is the main purpose of a resume? To help get you to the next step in the hiring process. Yes, the overall goal is to get hired, but a resume […]

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