Welcome Mirna Fajardo to our Tennessee team! We know she’ll do well and look forward to getting to know her.
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Check out these amazing tips from themuse.com. href=”https://www.themuse.com/advice/the-ultimate-interview-guide-30-prep-tips-for-job-interview-success”>The Muse – Tips for Job Interview Success There are 30 tips there. Some apply to you and some don’t. Just read through the list and see what makes sense. Put as many of them into action as you can and watch your future unfold!
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Please help us welcome those new employees who came to us this month. We’re so excited to have them join the LGS team and bring their knowledge and experience to our group. Yeimi Villatoro – New Jersey Luis Alejo – Ohio Julia Melo – New Jersey Kristidis Clardy – Ohio
According to the American Staffing Association More than three million temporary and contract employees work for America’s staffing companies during an average week. During the course of a year, America’s staffing companies hire nearly 16 million temporary and contract employees. One in five cite scheduling flexibility as a key reason for choosing temporary and contract… Read More »
LGS Staffing, one of the nation’s leading staffing services, has once again been named one of Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™ in 2016. The National Association For Business Resources program identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in human resources practices and employee enrichment. This elite group of companies… Read More »
We love our staff! Be our valentine. Thank you for coming in on time, working hard, giving it that little bit extra, and for just being who you are. You’re great to work with and we appreciate you. Have a very Happy Valentine’s Day!
Just a few links for Public Benefits in Georgia. georgialegalaid.org https://dhs.georgia.gov http://www.benefits.gov/benefits/browse-by-state/state/GA
Planning to be careful at work will help keep you safe. There seem to be dangers around every corner but with a watchful eye and a thoughtful plan, we can keep ourselves and help keep others from accidents. Lovetoknow.com’s Workplace Safety Tips
Getting the right nutrients is key for your body and mind. Keep yourself healthy and you will do better at work, in school, and in general. Sometimes making ends meet is the hardest part of nutrition. Take a look at these national programs to help keep us all eating right. http://www.nutrition.gov