State of the Job Market: Candidate Attendance is an Ongoing Concern

September 27th, 2019

High Demand for Workers Creates Attendance Problems Unemployment has hovered in the neighborhood of 3% across the state of Wisconsin for the better part of two years. While low unemployment… Read more »

Refer a Friend: Finding The Perfect Job Placement Candidate

June 11th, 2019

SourcePoint Staffing is Excited to Bring Aboard Our Newest Recruiter: You! For years, we have enjoyed successful referrals from placed job candidates, friends, colleagues, and family. We recently decided to… Read more »

Ingredients for Success: Attendance Matters!

April 12th, 2019

Helpful Tips and Resources to Improve Your Attendance at Work Building a successful career doesn’t happen overnight. It often takes years of consistent and reliable performance to work your way… Read more »

Broadening the Talent Pool For Your Job Opportunity

May 17th, 2018

Hiring Lesser Qualified Employees As a staffing agency, we see it all the time. Lots of available jobs, but not enough talent… or at least, not the right talent. There… Read more »

How Can You Match Technical Ability and Culture in Your New Hires?

September 13th, 2017

When hiring candidates in today’s market, it can be difficult to find individuals who possess the skills you need to do the job well. Your ideal candidate has the skills… Read more »

What Is Your Mobile Phone Policy in the Workplace?

August 14th, 2017

If your company doesn’t already have a mobile phone policy, you’re going to want to create one. Having guidelines in place for appropriate use of mobile phones creates a safer… Read more »

Employees Need to Understand Why Online Reviews Matter

July 12th, 2017

In today’s online world, company reviews have a substantial impact on your organization’s success. Reading candid posts from current and former employees and customers provides you valuable feedback for improving… Read more »

3 Signs You’re a Micromanager

June 13th, 2017

Staffing firms know that micromanaging employees can result in high turnover, low morale, and a bad reputation throughout the industry. But have you ever stopped to ask if you’re a… Read more »

Why Leadership Needs to Make Safety a Priority

March 16th, 2017

As a leader, it’s important you make safety your top priority. When your actions emphasize the importance of safety, your employees trust you and feel secure working for your company…. Read more »

How to Make Your Second- and Third-Shift Employees Feel Respected

February 14th, 2017

Employees often take second- and third-shift jobs as a means of helping out their family during the day, earning a higher hourly wage, or for other reasons. However, because those… Read more »