Results Staffing News and Information

Thank you so much for visiting our site. You have often heard us say that we want to be “Your Permanent Solution To Temporary Staffing”. Well, we really mean it. One of the small ways that we strive to be your go-to company for temporary employees is to keep you updated on our news and other information that you may find beneficial. We will not be posting or “blogging” on a set, regularly scheduled basis. Rather, we will post updates when we have valuable information to share. If you have any issues you would like us to explore or comment on, please let us know. From time to time, we will also post articles from outside reliable business sources and online publications.

Although it is still technically winter, summer will be here sooner than you think. Since we are experiencing unpredictable weather all across the country, discussing summer safety tips now is valuable because we may find ourselves in extreme heat in as little as the next couple of months. This is especially true since we are.. read more →

Most people prefer to work around positive attitudes. Having a positive attitude at work can help you succeed. It can help you get promotions, succeed on projects, meet goals and improve your overall wellbeing. However, maintaining a positive attitude at work is not always easy especially if you don’t love your job. Here are 7 tips.. read more →

At any time of year, there are many safety hazards in construction sites. While keeping workers safe is always a priority for most temporary staffing agencies, how they keep workers safe depends on the season. In the summer, staffing agencies ensure worker protection from extreme heat. During winter, employers protect workers from extreme cold including.. read more →

Safety is a major issue for day laborers and skilled laborers. Each year, accidents happen frequently in the construction industry and often times it is due to the absence of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) or failure to wear the provided PPE. PPE is equipment that will protect workers against health or safety risks on the.. read more →

Thirty years ago, resumes for blue collar workers was uncommon. Credentials and experience were all that mattered. Applications were obligatory information-gathering tools for hourly workers and resumes were seen as largely for white collar professionals. Job mobility was fluid for blue collar workers rendering resumes unnecessary. Many job promotions were simple for those with good.. read more →

Construction work is considered to be one of the most dangerous occupations so ensuring worker safety is vital. Heights, heavy and mobile equipment, heavy lifting, edges, deep holes and wobbling stairs are a reality in many construction and construction clean up sites regardless of how careful the contractors claim to be. Here at Results Staffing,.. read more →

Emotional Intelligence When looking at your best qualities, what do you think sets you apart from the rest? Is it your prior work experience? How you present yourself when you walk into a room? What about your Emotional Intelligence? Emotional Intelligence is the most sought after attribute, but it’s also the most over looked. Emotional.. read more →

When you go out to work every morning for Results Staffing, what’s the first thing you think of? Do you wonder what your day is going to be like? I’m sure with all this summer heat, you’re wondering what the temperature is going to be outside, but what about repeats? Do you go out every.. read more →

Would you consider yourself a leader in the work-place? Now if your answer to this question is “yes” because of the position you hold in the company, I want you to rethink this. Would you still be considered a leader in your line of work without the title or position you hold? Some of you.. read more →

When searching for a job, the hardest part isn’t always the interview, it’s getting a call back. In a world that is constantly trying to make you fit in, how do you stand out? How do you make your potential employer see that you are the right candidate for the job?  According to Elizabeth Cronise.. read more →