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When your company decides to go it alone in its search for a new employee, it is usually a hit-or-miss proposition. That’s because you don’t have the resources or experience to make it a smooth and efficient process. It turns into a frustrating, expensive and time-consuming experience that all too often ends with a mediocre Read more »

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Stress is a killer. It has been linked to heart disease, stroke and even cancer. If left untreated, it can lead to depression, bipolar disorder and social anxiety. Small amounts of stress may be helpful in getting you motivated to get things done. Unhealthy amounts of it, however, can end up having the opposite effect, Read more »

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Quanta is excited to welcome Shane Weaver as the new VP of Sales working out of our Michigan Office.  Shane has over 18 years of experience in the staffing industry.  In his previous roles at Manpower and Randstad he managed local, regional and national accounts and branches across the US.  Shane has a  track record of Read more »

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Anyone who has been in the position of screening and hiring new employees will likely agree that it’s a challenging process. Getting the wrong person is costly, frustrating and a waste of time. Bringing the right person on board, on the other hand, pays dividends in the form of a positive effect on your entire Read more »

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The job interview is coming to a close, and the interviewer puts down his pen, looks at you and asks, “Is there anything you want to ask me now?” This part of the interview is as important as the portion devoted to you answering his questions. Up to this point, it’s been a one-sided interview Read more »

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You’re looking to change jobs, and now you must start the application process. It doesn’t really matter which industry you’re applying to. At some point, you’ll be asked to produce a piece of paper that lists your credentials. Even if you were fortunate enough to land an interview because of your connections, the person who Read more »

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According to estimates, baby boomers are going to be retiring at a rate of 10,000 per day for the next fifteen years. The competition for talent will be heating up, and employers will no longer have the upper hand as they attempt to replace a retiring workforce. The most talented candidates now have their choice, Read more »