How to Describe Your Warehouse Experience in a Job Interview

How to Describe Your Warehouse Experience in a Job Interview | Pro Resources

Have you considered working in a warehouse? Hours are flexible and provide a foot in the door for roles with more responsibility and higher pay. Furthermore, warehouse workers are in demand with the possibility to earn more for overtime. How Can You Describe Your Warehouse Experience to a Potential Employer? What Does a Warehouse Worker […]

How to Bring Your Best Self to Work

How to Bring Your Best Self to Work | Pro Resources

There’s a classic piece of career advice: “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.”  The saying reminds us of the importance of a forward-thinking attitude and it’s a good point to remember if you strive to bring your best self to work. In an article for SHRM, author and British business […]

How to Deal with Annoying Co-Workers

How to Deal with Annoying Co-Workers | Pro Resources

For the first time in two years, many employees are back in the office. While you’re probably excited to see your co-workers in person, they sometimes do things you might find annoying. Aside from pointedly ignoring them or running the other way when you see them coming, what’s the best way to deal with annoying […]

Consider Soft Skills When Seeking Your Next New Hire

Consider Soft Skills When Seeking Your Next New Hire | Pro Resources

You’re down to your final two candidates. Candidate A is technically proficient. However, after interviewing them and speaking with their references, you sense their people skills aren’t very polished. Candidate B has less experience, but a former manager complimented their commitment, teamwork, and eagerness to learn. Who should you hire? These days, recruiters are focusing […]

Interview Prep: How Did You Deal with a Difficult Person?

Interview Prep: How Did You Deal with a Difficult Person? | Pro Resources

“Tell me about a time you dealt with conflict in the workplace.” “How do you handle someone who has upset you?” “How do you work with a difficult person?” “Tell me about a time you disagreed with your boss.” This type of question, called a behavioral question, is used by job recruiters to evaluate your […]

Start Budgeting and Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Start Budgeting and Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck | Pro Resources

Financial experts say the secret to stop living from paycheck to paycheck is to spend less than you earn. Sounds simple, in theory, right? The fact is, managing your money requires planning and determination. If you’re experiencing financial strain, you may benefit from these tips. Here Are Some Tips to Start Budgeting Examine Your Spending […]