How to Navigate Your Office Holiday Celebrations

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There are many different types of office holiday celebrations from fancy dinners to casual gatherings. The one factor that you, the attendee, can control is, well, you. Your demeanor as this type of event can affect your career. A good rule of thumb is everything in moderation. Here are some tips to avoid some possible… Read more »

Team Dynamics: Vital to Your Company’s Success

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Last week’s blog provided alternatives for the traditional celebratory cake in the hopes of creating an environment of inclusion in the office. By being open to small changes, such as doing office celebrations a bit different, managers can encourage a feeling of community and belonging among the staff. Selecting different food items when celebrating can… Read more »

Inclusive Office Celebrations: Our Team Offers Their Favorite Non-traditional Treats

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At ExecuTeam Staffing, our team members are really good at their jobs, and they really enjoy being a team! Staffing is our business so having excellent team dynamics internally is incredibly important to us. One way our management fosters that team spirit is to make sure the whole team feels invited and included in our… Read more »

Our Staff’s Top Picks: Houston Best Place to Lunch!

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One of the perks to servicing the greater Houston area is, well, Houston! There is so much that our staffing team loves about this unique area, and we want to share that passion with you! We enjoy visiting our clients all over the Houston area, and we know our temporary employees enjoy it too. Houston… Read more »

How We Find the Best Candidates

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Last week, our blog featured one of ExecuTeam/Team1Medical Staffing’s star recruiters, Jessica Randolph, and all of the hard work she does for our clients. She is one in a team of many recruiters and staff who search for the best candidates to match with the best companies in Houston. For over 29 years, ExecuTeam/Team1Medical Staffing… Read more »

Should You Hire a Candidate Who is Lacking In Experience?

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Competition to find the best candidates for open positions has gotten fierce now that the economy is back to full strength.  But you don’t have to settle for limited choices.  Sometimes, the best candidate for the job is the one who doesn’t have experience in this particular position. How can you tell when an inexperienced… Read more »

“Do You Have Any Questions for Me?” How to Handle This Section of a Job Interview

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Twenty-five minutes in, you can see the end in sight. You’ve had a great answer ready for every question the interviewer has thrown at you, and everything they’ve told you about the job has only made you more excited to start. You watch the interviewer lean back, take a deep breath, and ask one more… Read more »

4 Strategies to Help You Achieve Better Staffing Results Long Term

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In today’s economy, Houston companies are finding themselves competing for the best candidates in nearly every field. Not sure how you can pull in better candidates no and in the future without breaking your budget? Consider these four tips. Create (and follow!) a hiring plan. Having a strategic staffing plan can help your company align… Read more »

Which Is Better: Hiring for Potential or Experience?

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When a key staff member leaves, your instinct is probably to hire based on experience. You need someone who can do the job now, not in 30 or 60 or 90 days. However, hiring for potential provides opportunities that hiring for experience does not. Here’s a quick guide to hiring for potential versus hiring for… Read more »

How Much Detail Should You Go Into on a Resume?

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As we proceed in our careers, we frequently update our resumes without thinking too much about the older content we’re pushing out of the way to make room for the new. However, just as with any first impression, too much detail on a resume can be overwhelming to a hiring manager who is trying to… Read more »