The key to interview success is the advance work you do. Here are tips for how to get yourself ready to make a good impression and get the most out of any interview type: phone, video, and in-person.
Ever worry about the zombie apocalypse? Maybe you should! There are zombies in the workforce, you know. People who stumble through their days on the job with blank, lifeless looks on their faces. Friends and colleagues who appear dazed when asked about their jobs.
Some people want office jobs where they come to work in the same place each day. Other folks need jobs that allow them to move around, letting them put their analytical and people skills to work in a variety of settings.
It's the basic Catch 22 of employment. Most job listings specify relevant experience as a requirement, but how do you get job experience if you can’t get a job? It’s especially tough if you’re just starting in your chosen career. It can seem impossible to get a foot in the door.
Companies can invest in many things – land, buildings, machinery, inventory. However, the most important investment a company can make is in employees. That investment comes with a great return. In fact, the quality and commitment of employees can differentiate winners from also-rans in the business world.
The average working person spends around 2,000 hours a year at their job, more if you’re the kind who takes work home. If you spend that much of your life at a job, it should be at a workplace and company you like. A company like Morrison. Now let's look into what makes Morrison a great place to work.
The official description for the job says “A Part Manager oversees the Parts Department, receiving and placing orders, answering phone calls, assisting with walk-in customers, providing stock orders, performing inventory adjustments, and paying invoices.” That’s the condensed version. Now, here’s what three current Parts Managers have to say.
Which sounds better to you? A culture where everyone just does their job and never interacts? Or a company where co-workers enjoy each other? Morrison employees would go for the second option. We’re social animals after all so we don’t enjoy a job that’s all work and no fun
When you’re looking for a job, salary is critical, of course, but so is finding the right match for your skills and abilities. At Morrison our employee recruitment process is designed to match you to the right position.
“Where do you see yourself in five years?” That’s a common question asked by job interviewers. It’s common because companies want to hire people with energy and drive.
We asked current Service Managers what they do and how they got to their position.
Forklifts play a critical role in the Material Handling Industry—an industry that operates behind the scenes but is vital when it comes to getting us the goods we need in every industry—from manufacturing to agriculture to distribution of goods—material handling is all about keeping the world moving.