Posts Tagged: job seeker tips

Automation CEO, Stephen Nordness Announced as Auburn University’s TOP TIGER!

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When Steve Nordness graduated from Auburn University in 1981, he was proud of his degree in Industrial Management. Read more »

What Do You Say When They Ask “Why Were You Laid Off?”

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A lot of contingent and temporary workers struggle when it comes to answering questions about a previous lay-off or termination from a job. This is especially true when it comes to individuals who… Read more »

Improve Your Attitude by Changing Your Morning Routine

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Improving Your Attitude By Changing Your Morning Routine Automation Personnel Services

Here at Automation Personnel Services, Inc., we understand the importance of the morning routine. Not only will a routine help you maintain your motivation on a daily basis, but it will also help… Read more »

Nervous During an Interview? Here’s What You Need to do to Overcome Nerves and Appear Confident

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During the job interview process, it's easy to become overwhelmed, anxious or even insecure about an upcoming job interview. This is especially true if you are transitioning into a new industry,… Read more »

26th Annual Sales Meeting Recap

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Automation Personnel Services, Inc., Kicks off the 26th Annual Sales Meeting with Big News!!! AUTOMATION PERSONNEL SERVICES WINS 2016 BEST OF STAFFING® AWARD FOR “SUPERIOR” CLIENT SATISFACTION Read more »

Getting the Most Out of Working with a Staffing Agency

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When used effectively and to their fullest extent, staffing agencies can be an invaluable tool when comes it to locating work, ensuring you are prepared for the job market and making your presence… Read more »

Automation Personnel Services Wins 2016 Best of Staffing® Award for “Superior” Client Satisfaction

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Birmingham-based Automation Personnel Services has received a 2016 Best of Staffing Client Satisfaction award from Inavero, a global client and talent satisfaction survey company. Of nearly 17,000… Read more »

Resumes Need Love Too!

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For some jobs, particularly those in entry-level positions, a resume isn't typically required. Such positions typically make use of a thorough application process, which provides a pre-formatted… Read more »

4 Things to Do on Your First Day

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While the first day on a new job can be a stressful experience, proactive employees always do their best to adapt. Making a strong and memorable first impression to as many of your new peers as… Read more »

Is a Skills-Based Resume Right for You?

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Many job seekers know only one style and format for their resume: chronological. While the chronological format, which lists your past career experience in reverse chronological order, starting with… Read more »