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Pacific Staffing
November 2013
Dear Reader,

Finding, interviewing, hiring, and onboarding a new employee is no easy task. Sometimes, just asking the right question in an interview can provide you with information you need to make a hiring decision. And once you have hired a new employee, if you don't properly onboard them, you are at increased rist for them to leave. In this month's email newsletter, we address these issues as well as offer valuable tips to job candidates who feel stuck in their job hunt.

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

Interview Questions Never Asked (But Should Be!)
When interviewing a potential candidate, companies usually have a list a questions they like to ask the candidate. Usually these questions ask about previous experience or skills the candidate has; but more often, some of the most important questions are never asked. Here are five interview questions you should be asking in interviews... CLICK TO READ MORE

Five Onboarding Best Practices to Follow
You made a hiring decision and your new employee is starting - so is the hard work done? No! The onboarding process of a new hire plays just as important a role as the recruiting and hiring process. A poor onboarding experience can lead to decreased performance and increased risk for turnover. To keep this from happening, here are several best practices you should follow... CLICK TO READ MORE

Not Finding a Job? Here are Four Things You Should Do
If you have been looking for new employment, but have had no luck, you are probably getting discouraged and are starting to think you may never find the right position. If you find yourself in this situation, here are four steps to get you back on track and moving forward in your job search... CLICK TO READ MORE

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