Recruiting

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Be Sure To Catch Long Island Temps at the 26th Annual SHRM-LI Conference & Exhibitors’ Showcase

It’s that time of year again and Long Island Temps couldn’t be more excited! The SHRM-LI Conference & Exhibitors’ Showcase is Long Island’s biggest HR event, and we’ll be there. Join us at Booth #61 this Friday, May 5th and speak with our recruiters about how we can help to fill your staffing needs. This […]

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Long Island Temps’ Robert Graber Honored as Top CEO 2016

On May 12, 2016, Long Island Business News hosts the TOP CEO AWARDS at the Crest Hollow Country Club, in Westbury, from 6:00p.m. to 9:30p.m. Long Island Temps is not only sponsoring this notable evening, but is humbled and proud to announce that its own CEO, Robert Graber, has been named a TOP CEO honoree. […]

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Bring Your Son or Daughter to Work Day

It’s Bring Your Son or Daughter to Work Day

The kids are off this week in many districts on Long Island…which means you have no excuse not to bring them to work with you on Thursday (if your boss is okay with it)! It doesn’t matter whether your child wants to follow in your footsteps or take a completely different career path. The day […]

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Administrative Professionals Week

Six Gifts for Administrative Professionals Day/Week

They say no one is indispensable, but every business has that one person who comes as close to it as possible. The one you look at and ask yourself: Where would I…or the business… be without her (or him)? Well, next week is Administrative Professionals Day on Wednesday, April 27th. Some celebrate all week long. […]

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Is that a Stress Ball in Your Pocket…or Are You Just Unhappy to See Me?

April is Stress Awareness Month, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that long hours at work, a difficult or unappreciative supervisor, a long commute…or all of the above… could add up to some serious stress. So now is the perfect time to take a deep breath, step back, and evaluate whether […]

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Show Your Job Candidates Some Love

It’s no secret that job seekers sometimes experience anxiety, stress and even fear when applying to a new job. Even after the interview process concludes, and one enters the initial orientation process, some amount of underlying anxiety can still linger. As such, it’s important you take every step possible to ensure your new recruits feel […]

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Should You Catch That Boomerang Employee Who Wants to Return?

Although there has been a great deal of stigma surrounding the rehiring of former employees, current trends within the job market are actually seeing an increase in acceptance of boomerang workers. According to a recent survey by the Society for Human Resource Management, 65 percent of managers claim to be more accepting of boomerang employees […]

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The New Normal: Texting as a Workplace Tool

You might think of text messaging as the mode of communication junior high kids use to break off romantic relationships. However, texting is increasingly becoming a perfectly acceptable way to communicate in the workplace. In fact, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is well-known for regularly tapping away at her mobile device. Hence, if texting is efficient […]

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Don’t Be Afraid – Get the Salary You Deserve

The hiring process can be grueling, and by the time you begin discussing compensation you may be tempted to simply land the job – as long as the pay is reasonable. Resist this urge and push forward with a proactive negotiation strategy. Otherwise, you risk leaving a significant amount of money on the table. According […]

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How Much Money Does a Bad Hire Cost? You’ll Want to Sit Down

Many employers don’t realize the actual cost of replacing staff. A high employee turnover rate can be the death knell of a company. The most efficient way to avoid high turnover is to minimize your bad hires. Replacing a bad hire requires reopening a job search as well as conducting the training process again to […]

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