Why manufacturing could be a huge industry for Gen Z workers

By: Sherri Seagroves


Oct 30, 2019 The manufacturing industry is poised to expand less quickly than previously thought, according to a report from Staffing Industry Analysts in …



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Plastics are the new metal?

By: Terry Govoreau


The other day I was on the phone with a plastics engineer and he was discussing his experience using plastic to replace the metal …



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Ensure Your Job Application Process Isn’t Eliminating Top Talent

By: Sherri Seagroves


Ensure Your Job Application Process Isn’t Eliminating Top Talent Take a look around, almost everywhere you go it seems everyone is on a mobile …



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Recruitment Technology Increases Demand for Recruiters

By: Sherri Seagroves


The digital landscape and innovative technology have fundamentally changed the way many organizations conduct business. This includes how employers seek out new hires. From …



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How to Talk to Co-workers About Change

By: Sherri Seagroves


One thing that my company knows a lot about is change. From moving our location, to fighting cancer, divorce and death, we’ve learned to …



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How to assess candidates with transferable skills, but no industry experience

By: Sherri Seagroves


Employers by and large concur: When it comes to hiring, an ideal candidate is one with experience. However, there’s something else business owners also agree …



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Why personality tests and analytics aren’t everything

By: Sherri Seagroves


I’ll be the first to admit that hiring is difficult, even when I hire for my own recruiting firm. What’s the old adage, ‘the …



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Hiring in a Tight Candidate Market

By: Sherri Seagroves


Employer Concessions and Hiring in a Tight Candidate Market In the executive, managerial and professional labor market, unemployment has been hovering around 2 percent, …



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Leveraging Your Strengths to Maximize Leadership Potential

By: Sherri Seagroves


Leveraging Your Strengths to Maximize Leadership Potential Everyone is born with certain innate talents, capabilities and strengths that make them who they are, many …



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Interview Tips

By: Sherri Seagroves


We recognize that interviewing often causes stress and anxiety and typically not something you do very often. Our job as recruiters is to help …



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Carolina Plastics Recruiters – A Plastics Recruiting Firm that Works WITH You

By: rw-admin


Carolina Plastics Recruiters, formerly known as Management Recruiters of Person County, has been providing unparalleled service for 20 years. Since 1999 we have been serving …



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Things Bosses Do That Make Employees Stay!

By: Sherri Seagroves


It’s pretty incredible how often you hear managers complaining about their best employees leaving. Here are a few ways to ensure your employees are …



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Top 5 Ways To Get The Greatest Results From An Assessment Test!

By: Sherri Seagroves


More companies are using assessment tests to screen candidates. As recruiters, we hear from candidates and clients what works and what doesn’t when it …



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Life Without Monster

By: Sherri Seagroves


And no, I’m not leaving my job, I LOVE my job!  So if I’m happy, what do I mean by ‘Life Without Monster?’ It’s …



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Counteroffers Are Abundant!

By: Sherri Seagroves


In today’s candidate driven market, counteroffers are not only prevalent, they are expected. But beware of the dangers of the counteroffer as your employer …



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