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The purpose of The Great Workplace 2.0™ is simple: while it is happening, show core changes in great workplaces, so that start-ups, small and mid-size companies, can extract the principles that other companies are discovering. By example, grow in a healthy and sustainable fashion; return to our economy great dividends of revenue, value and innovation.read more →
Champion Personnel is a large staffing service. We pride ourselves on personal service, attempting to give more than others. 47 years in business. 2nd oldest in NE Ohio, and much larger than the oldest. We don't treat people like CATTLE, and don't like organizations who do.
We have been an approved vendor for MetroHealth for two years. Recently, we received what on the surface seemed to be the "Typical" bid package from them, but it had a twist: It was online and it had 3-5 sections. No salaries for positions (make it difficult to tell how to "bid, with markups and final prices). MH had contacted us once in two years, but the THIRD PARTY ADMIN for the Bid Process told us that we were chosen by MH to bid based upon our impeccable reputation and GREAT relationship we had with MH!!! We were ENCOURAGED to participate. We looked at the ...
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How do you come across in an interview. Are you all about you? Or are you too humble for your own good? Where’s the balance? The way you share your personal accomplishments is a fine line to walk when in an interview.read more →
Yesterday’s Ohio Supreme Court decision regarding the Ohio Civil Rights Commissions attempt to require all employers with four or more employees to provide pregnancy/maternity leave regardless of length of employment.read more →
Blue Collar Interview Killers
1) Dress like you don’t care, or are going fishing/hunting. Make sure the baseball cap you wear is dirty, or has “Bud Light” on it (Patch or smell), or even worse: “New York Yankees”. Don’t shave, makes you look macho.
2) Pour that new AXE cologne on yourself, freely. If your girlfriend gets hot over it, it is a given that the tight-ass HR lady will.
3) Make sure your resume is old, has typos on it and looks like it was done on a typewriter. It’s only an interview after all, not the actual job itself. If the person wants a copy of your resume, ask them to make one, after all the company has a copy machine and you don’t. It shows you are conserving (your own) paper.
4) Make sure to wear an earring or skin or eyebrow ring. It looked good at the bar, and hell ...
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Looking for a new job IS a full time job! Take no shortcuts, stay positive and NEVER give up!read more →