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Pacific Staffing
September 2013
Dear Reader,

In this month's email newsletter, we discuss several topics that businesses are faced with today. When you are faced with interviewing a college grad, should you ask different questions? And how do you know if you are making training mistakes? We answer these questions in addition to sharing several great tips for candidates looking for a job in the legal field.

Please get in touch with us today if you would like assistance in filling a position or in your job search.

Best regards,

Karleen Rocheleau

Five New-Hire Training Mistakes to Avoid
Your employee onboarding and training process plays a large role in how successful, happy, and productive a new employee is. But many companies fail to follow a set training process, or do not frequently evaluate their training methods to check for mistakes. To understand (and avoid) some of the most common training mistakes, continue reading... CLICK TO READ MORE

How to Interview New College Grads
Every year, new college graduates enter the workforce. This eager group offers employers many opportunities, including growth potential, and potentially lower salary costs than a more experienced candidate. But identifying top candidates who are recent grads can be a challenge because they don't have a wealth of experience to help them standout. Here are several tips to keep in mind as you interview new college grads... CLICK TO READ MORE

Want a Job at a Law Firm? Four Tips to Follow
Finding - and being offered - a job at a law firm may seem like a formidable task. We work hand in hand with law firms every day, so we understand exactly what it takes to be offered a position in the legal industry. To help you jumpstart your job search strategy, here are four tips to follow... CLICK TO READ MORE

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