We Have Taken the Pledge

We have learned that when staffing for essential businesses and recruiting for those hard to fill positions, candidate’s health and safety concerns remains top of mind. We are committed, more than ever, to ensuring our clients and candidates feel they can safely return to work. That is why Aventure Staffing has taken the #SafelyBackToWork pledge by the… Read More »

Is a Temp-to-Hire Position Right for You?

If you’re looking for a new job, you’ve probably came across a few temp-to-hire positions through a staffing agency, like Aventure Staffing. What is temp-to-hire? Is it the right choice for you? There are many benefits to working a temp-to-hire position, from gaining exposure to meeting new people in the industry. In a temp-to-hire job,… Read More »

5 Tips for Improving Workplace Diversity

Companies love the idea of a diverse workplace. However, achieving this goal can be a challenge. If your organization wants to become dedicated to diversity, use these five tips to make it a reality. Expand Your Recruiting Efforts If you advertise open positions in a limited way, you’ll end up with homogenous results. Often, this… Read More »

5 Awesome Ways to Go Green in the Office

Did you know that the average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime? When we think of the phrase “going green” we often think of ways to improve sustainability at home. You may already be taking simple steps to go green, such as recycling and conserving resources.  When you think about how… Read More »

How to Improve Your Interviewing Skills

Finding the right employees is a daunting task. Although interviews aren’t a perfect indicator of future performance, you can work toward improving your skills and track record as an interviewer. Here are eight tips for identifying the best people to add to your team. Be Prepared Before the interview, review the job description, the candidate’s… Read More »

Different Types of Candidates You’ll Interview and How to Handle Them

As an interviewer, you want to find the best person for the job, but personalities can be distracting. For example, a charismatic candidate with a weak skill set is not a good hire. Here are five types of candidates you will meet and tips for evaluating them more objectively. The Nervous Nellie This candidate does… Read More »

Reasons Why Recruiters Pass on Your Resume

You’ve done your homework, customized your resume for various job descriptions and included ATS-friendly keywords, but you still aren’t getting any interviews. What’s the problem? Even if your resume makes it out of the database and onto someone’s desk, you must impress the hiring manager to move to the next round. Here are four (fixable)… Read More »

Tips for Discussing Career Goals With Your Boss

Discussing your career goals with your supervisor can be intimidating. After all, you don’t want your boss to think you are looking for another job or trying to take over their position. However, this is an important conversation to have, and with the right approach everybody wins. Here are five best practices to follow. Set… Read More »

Four Tips for Overcoming Your Fear of Job Interviews

Even for the most confident and extroverted among us, interviews can be nerve-racking. After all, the pressure is on. However, don’t let fear get in the way of opportunity. Here are four tips to help you stay cool, calm and collected during your next interview.         1. Plan for Success If you… Read More »

Tips for Interviewing Entry-Level Candidates

Hiring entry-level candidates presents a unique challenge. Since these individuals have limited work experience, the interview becomes the primary method to determine if they will be successful. Although this may result in added pressure on the hiring manager, the following steps can make the interview process as informative as possible. Assess Their Technical Skills Without… Read More »