Have you visited a Trillium office recently? Many are decorated in an effort to bring a continued awareness to Breast Cancer. From donation jars to local runs, our Trillium teams are out in full force to support the cause!
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Interview Instant Failures
Are you wondering why you are booking several interviews but not landing any job offers? Here are some common interview mistakes that will likely end in an instant failure!
- Poor hygiene. Whether you arrive wearing stained clothing, have a strong odor, clothing that does not appear to fit, or you appear to have just rolled out of bed; chances are you’ve already made your impression. Any of these could give the impression that you have lack of interest in the position or attention to detail. Your goal should be to look professional, prepared, and interested in the position. Avoid anything that could distract the hiring manager from focusing on your skills and abilities.
- Arriving late. Many hiring managers book interviews back to back and are working with a tight schedule. Arriving late can demonstrate that you have punctuality problems, poor planning skills, do not see the interview as a priority, and do not respect their time. Plan ahead for traffic, road construction, and plan to arrive early to ensure that you are able to find parking and the correct building entrance while still arriving a few minutes early.
- Lack of preparation. Applicants who forget who they are supposed to meet with, do not bring a clean and professional copy of their latest resume and references, or seem unsure of their answers tend to fall short of an employment offer. The interview is your opportunity to sell your skills, professionalism, and prove to an employer that you are the best candidate to represent their organization; be sure to start by showing them that you can represent yourself well.
- Falsify your information. Whether you falsify your resume, an application, or your experience in an answer; chances are the truth will come out eventually. Most employers have a policy against falsifying an application which can even lead to termination if you do obtain the position. Chances are between reference checks, background checks, skills testing, and their previous knowledge; a hiring manager will likely catch on to your lack of honesty and look to other applicants.
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Trillium, a national leader in staffing and recruitment is a valued staffing partner to over 5,000 companies nationwide. Trillium is privately owned by Oskar René Poch.
Trillium Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month
As an organization including over 80 offices, more than 350 internal staff, and tens of thousands of field staff, we are humbly aware of the impact that Breast Cancer has on our staff and clients.
Rene Poch Announces The Acquisition of Act I Staffing
René Poch founder and CEO of Trillium Staffing, announced the acquisition of Columbus, Ohio based Act I Staffing on Tuesday September 30, 2014. Act I Staffing was previously led by Bill Robinson, who navigated the company through more than 50 years of business.
How To Market Today's Job Fair
Are you preparing to host or participate in an upcoming job fair? Pre-event marketing is essential to compete for talent with today’s job fairs. The previous marketing efforts of print ads, signs, and flyers just won’t get the job done. Let’s face it, what’s worse than sitting at a job fair only speaking with unqualified candidates or no candidates at all? Well, not much.
How To Quit Your Job
Whether you’ve accepted a new opportunity or are leaving your current position for other reasons, quitting your job can be intimidating. Regardless of the emotions that have fueled your decision to leave the organization, resigning with dignity and professionalism is the best chance and preserving a positive work history and reference for future use.