Posts Tagged: Seattle recruiters

Real Success: Ricky Meadows

At Opti Staffing, we are all about relationships. That is what makes Opti special. We know that building relationships with job candidates is important to learn about them, not just their skills and experience, but about their career goals, interests and dreams. Having this in-depth knowledge helps us to better serve candidates and clients. It… Read More »

The Best Ways to Manage a Team of Diverse Personalities

When you manage a team, you want to get everyone working together to achieve a common goal. You want to make sure everyone is being utilized in the best way to achieve the best outcome. As a team manager, you need to get the most out of each person. This starts with knowing how to… Read More »

Real Success: Michelle Kovacich

The recruiters at Opti are professionals, the best at what they do. They take the time to build relationships with job candidates, to learn about the candidates’ goals, interests and backgrounds, so that our recruiters can make the best match between the job and the person. One of our top-notch recruiters is Michelle Kovacich, an… Read More »

Three Benefits of Taking on a Contract Job After Graduating

If you have just graduated and are looking for a job, you may not think that contract work is something worthwhile or really helpful to your job search and career growth. You are looking for something full-time, a challenging job with career growth and good benefits. If you find yourself still on the job hunt… Read More »

Be a Team Player: Grow Your Internal Communication Skills

One of the most important skills for any job is the ability to communicate. In fact, many employers rate it as the most important skill a person can have. It is necessary for top performance, and certainly essential when working with others in your company. If you want to make the most of your career,… Read More »

Identifying the Bad Boss

In the workplace today, there are many managers and bosses who, to put it bluntly, aren’t very nice people. In fact, the word jerk could certainly be used to describe them. The question is, if you are applying for a job, how can you be sure your boss won’t turn out to be a jerk?… Read More »