It’s common advice to never quit a job without another one lined up, but the reality for many workers’ situations isn’t that simple. Fair or unfair, hiring managers are often hesitant to consider unemployed candidates, but when you’re working, you may not have the time or motivation to really devote to your job search. If
Registration is now closed as this presentation has passed. If you are interested in getting more information on this topic, please call our office or email Jane Sterling. Back by popular demand: come join us to learn the essentials of being a manager. This was the first free training seminar that we held last February. We've
We're proud to announce that on Monday, June 12, we will open our Middletown location! We're excited to expand our presence in Orange County. This office is in a great location, right off of the I-84 and Route 17 interchange! Interviews are already being scheduled in this location so call to make an appointment today!
We're excited to announce that we have officially opened our fourth location in Kingston, NY! With this new location, we will be able to better serve the Kingston area and Ulster County as a whole. Interviews are already being scheduled in this location so call to make an appointment today! Check back with us in the
The Internet is a goldmine of information for hiring managers evaluating candidates. A quick online search of your name can help hiring managers learn about your skills and personality and determine if you’re a good fit...or if you exhibit potential red flags that make them question your professionalism. Here are a few tips from Ethan
Our Human Resources Director, Ed Kowalski stopped by WKIP 1450's morning show with Tom Sipos and spoke about the continuing burden of regulations New York State employers face. Take a listen!
The Department of Labor (DOL) has delayed finalizing its ruling on employee overtime eligibility under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Originally anticipated for the end of 2015, the DOL ruling is now set for late 2016 and may increase the number of employees eligible for overtime pay. This delay may yield employers less time