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Hello Reader,

Today, we discuss why employing more women in skilled trades benefits your business, why great employees want to leave companies, which time of day is the best time to apply for a new job, and how to live a healhier lifestyle as a truck diver.

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

More Women in Skilled Trades is Good for Business

Learn how your business will benefit when more women choose careers in skilled trades.

What Makes the Best Employees Leave Great Companies?

Learn what will make your best worker look for a new job so you can avoid turnover in today's competitive labor market.

What’s the Best Time of Day to Apply for a New Job?

Yes! There is a time of day when submitting your application will increase your odds of finding a new job!

Healthy Living Tips for Truck Drivers

Unfortunately, truck drivers have more health issues and shorter life spans than those with in different lines of work. Learn how to take control of your health in this blog post.

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