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Good news! We’re healthy and ready to help!

We hope you’re doing well and your coworkers, family, and friends are healthy and safe, too! The challenges presented by the Coronavirus have been overwhelming, but together we’re going to get to the other side of this pandemic stronger and better in ways we don’t understand yet. We thought you might want to hear some… Read more »

How to improve workplace culture in the warehouse

Workplace Safety

Your company culture helps motivate your employees and adds to their job satisfaction. When your workers are surrounded by a positive and supportive environment, it will help them thrive and do their very best—improving productivity and quality of output.  Five ways to boost employee satisfaction in your warehouse  You can build an engaging culture in your warehouse with these tips from… Read more »

Concerned Over a Recent Gap in Your Work History?

First, take a deep breath—you’re in good company! Many people have experienced unemployment at some point in their career. But this doesn’t change the fact that a potential employer will wonder why you went unemployed—and since it’s their job to make good hiring choices, they may be curious about what happened. But don’t worry. By… Read more »

Best shoes for warehouse workers that will keep you comfortable and safe

Workplace Safety

When you’re working in a warehouse, you’ll find yourself on your feet for part—or all—of your shift. It depends on your job. Most likely, you’ll be spending a lot of time walking on concrete. And this means your feet will take a beating if you don’t have the right footwear, plus you could even be… Read more »

Soft skills to look for in industrial-based candidates

When looking for your next job, you must be qualified to even be considered. But beyond the right skills and experience, you can set yourself ahead of others applying for the same job. This will make you an even more attractive hiring choice. How? By considering your “soft skills.” These are skills that may not… Read more »

HR Tips: Dealing with Workplace Romances

Your employees spend a lot of time together each week! They’re around coworkers more than family and friends. All this togetherness can sometimes lead to dating and relationships (and possibly even marriage). But with relationships come many strings—what happens if the couple breaks up? What happens if one person is a manager, or gets promoted?… Read more »

Wood Personnel Services Named 5-time Diamond Award Winner by ClearlyRated for Client Satisfaction

Diamond Award winners have won the Best of Staffing® Award for at least 5 years in a row, consistently earning industry-leading satisfaction scores from clients and job seekers. Nashville, TN – February 4, 2020 – Wood Personnel Services, announced today that they have won Best of Staffing® Client Award for the 9th consecutive year and… Read more »

How to Address Gaps in Your Resume During Your Interview

Do you have a gap in your work history? First, take a deep breath—you’re in good company! Many people have experienced unemployment at some point in their career. But this doesn’t change the fact that a potential employer will wonder why you went unemployed—and since it’s their job to make good hiring choices, they may… Read more »

Help Your Team Create SMART Goals in 2020

Working with a staffing firm during peak production

A new year means a fresh slate, and it’s tradition to plan out resolutions for healthy changes. For some, it’s to lose a few pounds, exercise more or eat a little healthier. For others, it’s time to go full speed ahead towards career goals. As an employer, you can work with your employees to take… Read more »