RS Blog

Ask a Recruiter: Successful Virtual Interview Tips

Virtual interviews are becoming the ‘new norm’ due to the impact of COVID-19. Given the new recruiting landscape, we asked one of Recruiting Solutions’ Senior Staffing Coordinators, Ryan Hooper, for his tips and tricks for having a successful virtual interview.   What is your #1 tip to prepare for joining a virtual interview? When joining a virtual interview, make…

Read More

Ask a Recruiter: Resume Advice

Having a good resume is important when trying to land the job you want. Your resume is the first thing a hiring manager will see and will either make or break your chance of landing the interview. As a leading staffing agency in South Carolina, we see a lot of resumes come through. We’ve asked…

Read More

Dealing with Resistance to Organizational Change

By Joan Lloyd Life is full of situations in which two people have very different perspectives on the same thing. Many of these disagreements center on fairly trivial topics (e.g., which animals make the best pets, what the greatest movie ever made is), but sometimes they are about subjects with much larger implications. Organizational change…

Read More

How Nice Leaders Become Angry

By Patrick Lencioni Anger is a strange and hard-to-understand emotion, especially when otherwise affable or thoughtful people become leaders and start to exhibit it more and more frequently. The people being led then begin to question what they thought they knew about their leaders (e.g., CEOs, department heads, principals, pastors), and the leaders themselves often…

Read More

The Role of Psychology in Workplace Safety

By Lancaster Safety Consulting Employers that don’t put a premium on workplace safety can suffer both financial and reputational losses, thanks to work-related injuries or illness. In 2018 alone, work-related injuries cost companies $170.8 billion, broken down as follows: wage and productivity losses of $52.4 billion medical expenses of $35.0 billion administrative expenses of $57.6…

Read More

Characteristics of a Good Maintenance Manager

By Don Armstrong The maintenance manager’s job is to prevent problems–a responsibility that runs counter to the usual expectation that managers are supposed to solve existing problems, rather than have the “foresight [that] keeps problems from occurring.” Maintenance managers who are adept at preventing problems know how to think ahead, support planning and work scheduling,…

Read More

2020 Best Places to Work in South Carolina

Recruiting Solutions was recently named as one of the “Best Places to Work” in South Carolina. This fifteenth annual program was created by SC Biz News in partnership with the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Best Companies Group. This survey-and-awards program was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in the state…

Read More

How to Find a Job in South Carolina

Back on the job hunt? If you are relatively new to the job hunt or if it has been a while since you have searched for a job, you will quickly realize how different the current South Carolina job market is. Online job boards and job portals are constantly evolving with new technology, applicant tracking…

Read More

August 2019 Job Fairs

Job Fairs, Job Seekers Advice, News

Are you looking for a new job or your next career opportunity? Check out our list of upcoming job fairs! We have offices in Greenville, Columbia and Florence, South Carolina and are always hiring. If you see a job fair that you are not able to attend, simply apply with us online for one of…

Read More

6 Phone Interview Tips to Help You Land the In-Person Interview

You may have the perfect resume and experience for the job, but a phone interview can be the make or break in landing the in-person interview. Often times a company or staffing/temp agency will filter through resumes and then conduct a phone interview to narrow the choice down to the top candidates. Here are a…

Read More