The Advance Group’s Sylvania Branch Staffing Stars!

Niki from our Sylvania team recommended Mitchell Pakulski as her Staffing Star this year.  He has been at our client for almost a year.  During that time frame, he has only asked for half a day off for a funeral. His attendance and overall attitude has been superb.  He also referred his stepdaughter for a… Read More »

The Advance Group’s Monroe Branch Staffing Stars!

Mindy, Renee and Ryann from our Monroe team collaborated with their clients to determine The Advance Group Staffing Stars representing the Monroe Branch! Mercedes Page was recommended by her supervisor for great attitude, perfect attendance and going above and beyond in her performance. She is quickly picking things up and really doing an overall great… Read More »

Don’t Fall for These Business Culture Mistakes

  Company culture has become increasingly important in the eyes of candidates. Most professionals want more than just a solid salary and comprehensive benefits package; they also want an environment that meets their needs, the right amount of support, and access to opportunities. Certain business culture mistakes can be incredibly harmful for both recruitment and… Read More »

Craft Beer for the Cure!

What: Come out to show your support and help The Advance Group in a FUNdraiser for Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure in memory of our late Teammate, Lisa Greene.   Show some love by supporting local business (aka drink some beer!) and contributing in the efforts to find a cure for breast cancer! … Read More »

Happy 8th Anniversary, Donna Fountain!

  To celebrate Donna Fountain’s 8th year with The Advance Group, we sat down with her for a Q & A session. Here are a few highlights to enjoy: Q: What brings you the greatest joy? A: My children and my family. Q: What advice would you give your younger self? A: Save money! Q:… Read More »

Happy 7th Anniversary, Mindy VanAcker!

  To celebrate Mindy VanAcker’s 7th year with The Advance Group, we sat down with her for a Q & A session. Here are a few highlights to enjoy: Q: What do you like to do in your spare time? A: Read, Cook/Bake, Boating and Spending Time With Family Q: What is on your bucket… Read More »

Age Discrimination Isn’t What Holds You Back at Work…

  Many professionals believe they are the victims of age discrimination. They think that since they are older than some of the competition or their colleagues, they aren’t gaining access to the same opportunities due to their age. However, it might not be your age that is holding you back at work. Instead, you could… Read More »

What’s More Important: How a Job Candidate Acts or What They’ve Accomplished

  When hiring managers evaluate candidates, they typically focus on what the job seeker has achieved during their career. Then, they try to select the candidate with the right skills and accomplishments that suggest they could provide value to the company if they are hired. However, how a professional behaves on the job may incidentally… Read More »

Switching Roles? Here’s What You Need to Put in Your Cover Letter

  Heading into a new career territory can be exciting, but it can also be difficult. As a candidate, you need to ensure the hiring manager knows your skills are a match to their needs, even if you haven’t worked in that role or field before. In order to sell the hiring manager on the… Read More »

How Much Should You Support Employees’ Extracurricular Activities?

  Most companies focus on their employees’ work-related time and activities. After all, ensuring everyone remains productive and engaged on the job is critical to the organization’s success, making it an obvious priority. However, employers also need to be aware their workers have lives outside of the workplace. Additionally, understanding that good work-life balance benefits… Read More »