I think we can all agree – commuting to work is making us miserable. Studies have shown that a long commute can have devastating effects on your health. Not only do you have to deal with the high stress of bumper to bumper traffic, but you also risk obesity and high blood pressure. To help, we put together a list of 6 tips that will make your commute a little bit less miserable. Don’t forget to share your own tips in the comments below!
Aug 3, 2017 4:15:00 PM
When it comes to an interview, there’s no such thing as being too prepared. That’s why we took the time to create this Printable Checklist to help you ace it and land the job of your dreams.
Jul 20, 2017 11:00:00 AM
"Communication works for those who work at it.” - John Powell
A global survey conducted in by Harvard Business Review found that effective communication is one of the top three success factors for businesses – but many companies have yet to develop tangible ways to meet this goal. Here are ten strategies you can put in place to work towards better communication at your organization:
Topics: June 2017
Jul 6, 2017 6:52:00 PM
Beginning a new job search can feel overwhelming. While there are plenty of resources online to help you along the way, where do you start? We’ve composed a list of some of the best free tools that will help you land that next job, the no-nonsense way.
Jun 19, 2017 8:00:00 AM
Creating a resume can be a daunting task. What jobs should you include? What rules should you be following? Should everything fit on one page, or two?!
Topics: June 2017
May 11, 2017 9:08:11 AM
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 130 million workers are employed at more than 8 million worksites across the nation. As warehouses currently hold the highest rate of fatal injuries, maintaining warehouse safety regulations is a top priority. At WorkBox Staffing, we care about safety and encourage our employees to follow these guidelines.
Topics: May 2017
Apr 13, 2017 12:06:00 PM
Are you able to identify more than just your technical skills in an interview? Employers look for candidates who are not only capable workers, but are also cooperative workers. A solid set of soft skills are highly valuable in the eyes of an interviewer. Technical skills are acquired through training and experience (operating and driving machinery, set up machine and light facilities, keep daily logs, etc). Soft skills are transferable skills that relate to communication, personality, and character. Employers value soft skills because you can teach someone how to perform a task, but you can’t teach someone how to have good character traits.
Topics: April 2017