- Comprehensive solutions. For workforce challenges small and large, simple and complex, we offer a full complement of staffing, recruiting, consulting and strategic workforce management services.
- Regional focus. We know Carolina industry, inside and out. Deep market knowledge ensures we understand the challenges you face – and can find you the region’s best people.
- Safety expertise. With more than 30 years of experience, StaffMasters has an unparalleled record of safety, and the experience to provide your team with safety and risk management training.
- Better at the basics. We execute staffing fundamentals better – things like sourcing, screening, selection and service – to deliver more reliable employees. More responsive service. And greater staffing value.
- 24/7 service. We’re always there when you need us most – to answer questions, fill last-minute requests and solve urgent problems.
- A track record of success. Since 1982, we’ve helped thousands of employers and job seekers succeed. We’d like to do the same for you!
1/25Selecting the Right References - When a potential employer asks you to submit a list of references, you know things are going quite well. In most cases, you won’t be asked to provide references unless you’re one of the top contenders, so take this as a good sign. Anything but a formality, the references you choose will either reinforce the... Read more » 1/23Are You Looking for the Perfect Candidate? - By definition, potential is the capacity to develop into something great, based on unrealized ability. When you’re assessing job candidates, potential can be found in a person’s problem-solving abilities, passion, determination and overall level of conscientiousness. Potential Trumps Experience Giving a candidate with less experience a chance to prove themselves drives long-term loyalty. And, their... Read more » 1/18Three Questions to Help You Learn a Candidate’s Ethical Standards - The reputation of your company relies heavily on the employees that keep it running. One bad apple can tarnish your brand forever, so you have to make sure each person you hire is willing and able to uphold the ethical standards of your organization. Along with screening for skills and cultural fit, it’s essential to... Read more » 1/16Hiring Light Industrial Employees During a Talent Shortage - Today’s labor market is tougher than ever when it comes to hiring light industrial employees. The good news is: With a little creative thinking, you can succeed and emerge a winner in the highly competitive manufacturing talent war. The Skills Gap According to a recent Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) report, more than 75... Read more » 1/11Don’t Make These Resume Mistakes! - First impressions are everything, and your resume is the first one you’ll make on the hiring manager who will decide your employment fate. Ultimately, you don’t have control over whether you’re invited for an interview, but you can increase your chances by submitting the best possible resume. 4 Resume Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make... Read more » 1/9Why Should You Start Planning Your Hiring Strategy? - In today’s job market, competition for top talent is fierce. You can’t head forward blindly, without a rock-solid hiring strategy that will support your company’s business plan and objectives. Otherwise, you risk losing the best candidates … and they may never look back. Get Ahead of the Game Develop your plan for the next six,... Read more » 1/4Use Numbers to Stand Out as a Candidate - If your cover letter and resume do not currently contain numbers, it’s time to make a change. A savvy way to enhance your credibility, quantifying your experience can give you a competitive edge, regardless of the type of job you’re trying to secure. Numbers don’t lie, so hiring managers really take them seriously. Everything from... Read more » 1/2What Are Your Biggest Hiring Obstacles? - Your company’s success depends on the talent you recruit and hire. If you’re not using the right strategies, you may be missing out on top candidates. Which obstacles stand in your way, and how can you overcome them? What NOT to Do In your efforts to hire the best, you may not be: Looking in... Read more » 12/29Setting Resolutions as a Job Seeker - It’s hard to believe it, but the new year is just a few weeks away. If finding a new job is on your 2018 agenda, it’s important to create resolutions that support your goal. Competition for the best jobs can be intense, but if you work hard, you can polish yourself into a candidate who... Read more » 12/27Does Your Company Culture Keep Employees Engaged? - Companies with the most engaged employees are those that go the extra mile to build a positive culture and sense of community in the workplace. Regardless of their size or budget, they emphasize recognition and positive reinforcement as a means to achieving cultural excellence. Focus on What’s Right It’s easy, as a manager, to fall... Read more »