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This month's issue of Staff Matters gives 10 best practices to ensure that you are getting the best possible results from your temporary staffing employees, an infographic on candidate dishonesty, and a presentation on getting through your busywork.


Laurie Liechty, President
Contemporary Personnel Staffing and Professionals Incorporated
Staff Matters
brought to you by Contemporary Personnel Staffing and Professionals Incorporated
March 2013
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Gator Hunters Need Jobs, Too

In a recent survey, CareerBuilder invited HR managers to submit real-life examples of resumes that stood out for the right--and wrong--reasons. Here are a few that definitely fell into the "wrong" category:
  • Candidate applying for a management job listed "gator hunting" as a skill.
  • Candidate's resume included "phishing" as a hobby.
  • Candidate applying for an accounting job said he was "deetail-oriented" and spelled the company's name incorrectly.
  • Candidate's cover letter contained "LOL."

Infographic: Fibs, Fraud & Fabrication

From "stretching the truth" to outright lies, candidate dishonesty is on the rise.

Candidate Honesty Statistics Infographic

Hate Busywork? Five Ways to Make Boring Tasks Bearable

Can't bear the thought of grinding, slogging or toiling your way through another mundane task? Use these tips to simplify your life and make busywork a little more bearable. BTW, you'll love our new presentation technique, it's certainly not boring!

Make Boring Tasks Bearable

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