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This year’s challenges have certainly made some aspects of doing business more complicated than normal. Instead of being able to bring people in for interviews, everything is done remotely. Keeping up with customers is now a matter of video chats and phone calls instead of meetings and conversations over coffee or meals.

Working remotely has some opportunities as well: No longer are your applicants limited to a specific geographic area. If working from home is part of your current model and your future expectations, it’s time to embrace some tactics for finding and hiring excellent talent quickly.

You don't want to attract just any job seeker. You want to attract one that will work for YOUR team.

There's another group of job seekers; however, people who are looking to find a place to make a professional home. They're looking for a way to advance and further their career, to put down roots and grow with a company as they advance through their career. These are the people you should look for when interviewing, the ones who should be called in for the second round, and the ones who can likely add the most to your team.

Often a go-to for seasonal businesses or retailers who need extra help around the holidays, temporary workers could be a perfect solution during uncertain times.  When a company needs extra hands to finish a project, fill a backlog of orders, prepare for a new product launch or to help meet a deadline, temporary workers are just the ticket: People who are available, eager to work, ready to join your team for a short time and then move on to the next job.  Temporary work benefits the employees as it’s an avenue for income for a set length of time, plus it gives them new work experiences that can help point them in the direction of a new career (if they so choose). But there are plenty of advantages to managers and companies as well!  Consider these benefits of hiring temporary workers: 

Whether due to record-breaking success, explosive growth, or turnover, every office needs a little help adding good, high-quality employees to their ranks from time to time. Hiring can be a time-consuming and stressful process, one that managers and team leaders probably don’t have time to do while they’re trying to keep the office running smoothly. 

We’ve all had bad days. Sometimes it feels like bad days stretch into weeks, and the next thing you know, it’s been a bad six months. It can be really easy to fall into a rut when nothing’s going the way you want, and it feels like the world, or at least work, is against you.  Is it time for an attitude adjustment? Does that even make a difference?  It might be -- and it can

Here it is: The blank slate of a new year. An open book of opportunity and the chance to set new goals for what you'd like to achieve, without being held back by what was true in the past.  Time to get excited!  If anything and everything is possible, it can be a little intimidating and overwhelming. It can be hard to know where to start. But that's ok! We're here to help.  Here are some tips for how to set the right goals for your career in 2020.