The Dawg Blog is a collection of Law Dawgs company news and insights into the legal and corporate staffing industry.
Let's first address the obvious: "Should candidates ask questions in an interview?" To help understand the answer, imagine for a moment you're back in third grade and you're a science wizard. You're also heavily addicted to Legos and it's Science Fair time... Continue Reading
KOMO News recently reported on an incident involving deceptive and suspicious activities involving a staffing agency. According to this report, a job candidate submitted his resume online via the agency's website. The agency subsequently emailed the candidate and informed him that they had a position for him to fill... Continue Reading
According to the American Staffing Association, more than three million temporary and contract employees work for America's staffing companies during an average week. During the course of a year, America's staffing companies hire nearly 16 million temporary and contract employees. These personnel are placed in a wide variety of occupations – including a host of positions in the legal and corporate industries... Continue Reading
The following, via JobMob, are excerpts from actual resumes submitted to recruiting managers:.. Continue Reading
The benefits of motivated employees are clear – increased productivity, increased profits and reduced costs. These are great things for every business and many hiring managers and supervisors already possess their own unique ways to ensure their full-time workers are happy and motivated... Continue Reading