The Importance of 401k

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We’ve all heard the saying “you’re never too young to start saving for retirement.” Saving money early in life can help prevent you from scrambling when you’re approaching retirement age. It can also help with unforeseen expenses along the way. Life is full of surprises that include unexpected and sometimes burdensome obstacles like car accidents… Read more »

Congratulations are in order again, as BG Staffing is recognized on SIA’s Largest US Staffing Firms 2019 list

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  Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) the Global Advisor on Staffing and Workforce Solutions, has released its 2019 report on the Largest Staffing Firms in the United States. Ranked by revenue, the report covers firms that generated at least $100 million in US staffing revenue in 2018. This is SIA’s 24th annual report on the largest… Read more »

Recruiter Tip – Three Common Interview Mistakes

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1. Not preparing. This may sound obvious and you may already feel confident and prepared but go the extra mile and prepare even more. There’s always something more you can learn about the company and the position. Plan which stories and/or data points you can use to emphasize the words on your resume. Additionally, preparation… Read more »

Press Release Drew Perry 40 under 40

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BG Staffing, Inc. is a rapidly growing national provider of professional temporary staffing services, headquartered in Plano, Texas. This powerhouse and nationwide leader in strategic workforce solutions delivers a wide range of staffing services through a multidimensional and successful operational model. They continue to make headlines for industry leading processes, as well as the leaders… Read more »

Is your LinkedIn Recruiter ready?

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Your LinkedIn profile is the easiest way for someone of a hiring capacity to know that you are open to new opportunities. Without managing this platform correctly, you are doing yourself a huge injustice in the market place. Keywords: LinkedIn like most sites is a search engine. This means that recruiters or hiring managers will… Read more »

Opportunities Move Quickly

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With your experience in independent consulting, you’ve most likely realized that the opportunities you want to pursue typically close just as quickly as they open. It’s a competitive market and a lot of other equally qualified candidates are chomping at the bit to hop on their next project. Timing is everything – so what can… Read more »

Marketing your resume in 2019

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Resumes have been used for years and are an expected part of the job search process. You’ll almost always be asked for one.  In the job market of 2019 there are so many ways to get your resume exposure. Research shows that about 80% of jobs are eventually filled through networking!  With the endless possibilities… Read more »

Properly Preparing for your Phone Interview

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So, you’ve made it through the hard part and now it’s time to speak with the hiring manager. It’s important to prepare for this properly so that you are positioning yourself in the best light. Some of these steps may seem rudimentary but understanding them and keeping it simple will put you a step up… Read more »

Back to Basics – The Trifecta

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The independent world can be unpredictable at best, so it’s important to maximize what you can control as a consultant: 1. LinkedIn Do you really need a LinkedIn? Yes. As an independent consultant, you are your own brand and having a LinkedIn presence is important. However, if LinkedIn isn’t really your thing – that’s okay!… Read more »

Recruiter Tip – Reference Checks

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The staffing industry has grown year after year and will continue to grow for the foreseeable future – surprising, right? Whether you are a veteran consultant or recently started your consulting career, there is a decent chance you have already been contacted by one or more staffing agencies this week alone. While some companies pride… Read more »