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Hello Reader,

Today, we discuss why you must promote your company culture to attract talented candidates, how to make an impact on a recruiter in your first interview, how to negotiate the salary you want, and finally, how to keep drivers safe and alert on the roads.

We hope you find this information helpful, and if there is anything we can do to help with your staffing or recruiting needs, please feel free to contact us today.

Natasha Parker

Why You Have to Focus on Company Culture During Times of Low Unemployment

We discuss how to give your business the competitive edge during low unemployment by building up your culture and making it a selling point.

How to Crush Your Initial Interview Call with a Recruiter

Wowing a recruiter is your first step to landing a new, great job! Here's how make it happen.

Want More Money? Here’s the Right Way to Ask For It

We provide effective ways to negotiate your salary and get the amount you deserve.

8 Tips to Keep Your Drivers Awake and Alert

Staying awake and aware for long periods is critical for safe, effective drivers. We explain different ways to stay alert in this article.

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