Tips for Remote Workers

The events surrounding COVID-19 are causing many offices to close and many workers to work remotely.  It’s possible this new set up will be with us for an extended period, as is appropriate based on public health official recommendations or requirements.  



Tips for Managing Remote Teams

Our current working environment is unprecedented. Many leaders are finding themselves suddenly managing an entirely remote team. This arrangement might sound intimidating if you have never experienced it before. However, large segments of the modern workforce have been successfully working remote for years. Here are some tips to help ensure you and your team successfully navigate the challenges


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Celebrating National Staffing Employee Week

Bill Reagan

Employees are a company’s most valuable asset. This is a common business adage, because it’s completely true. Every employee in every department can be a difference-maker for a company. CEOs may get the press, but to pick one example, it can be the critical support from a call center rep that saves a company’s reputation on social media. Every role matters – and that’s why at Volt, we’re so proud of the people who have chosen to be on our team.


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Making the Most of a Staffing Company

Bill Reagan

In a competitive job market, you need to take every opportunity to connect with employers, and one of the best ways to do this is by working with a staffing agency. Staffing companies often have hundreds of clients, so getting your resume on file with an agency can be like getting your resume in front of all of those companies. Here are a few things you should know about the staffing industry in order to accelerate your job search


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3 Reasons Why You Need to Ask Questions in Your Next Job Interview

Bill Reagan

Some people think the way to stand out in a job interview is to get all the answers right. To do this, they plan a response for every common interview question, make mental lists of key points to mention, and prepare to discuss the smallest details of their past jobs. This is a solid approach for any interview, but don’t forget to plan for when the hiring manager asks, “Do you have any questions for me?”


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