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How to Screen for Culture Fit: A Whitepaper

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“Recruiting” is what you do to get candidates in your door. “Screening” is what you do to determine which candidate should be offered the job.  “Screening for culture” means dedicating more time determining whether their personality and strengths are the best fit for your organization.  Continue reading

Tips to Recruit for Culture + Infographic

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You know exactly what qualifications you’re looking for in your next candidate: skills, education, experience, etc. But your organization isn’t made up of Excel skills and phone etiquette, it’s made up of people. And while their skills are what move your business toward its goals and objectives, it is your employees’ human traits that make it a great place to work. Continue reading

Orange County Register Ranks Roth Staffing Companies, Parent Company of Ultimate, #3 on the List of Top OC Workplaces

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Roth Staffing Companies, L.P. was ranked #3 on the 2015 list of medium-sized OC Top Workplaces by the Orange County Register making this the 4th consecutive year the staffing organization has been ranked among the top ten. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey administered by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, a leading research firm that specializes in organizational health and workplace improvement. Continue reading

Roth Staffing Companies & Ultimate Staffing Donate More than 150 Books to Children’s Literacy Programs

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As part of its Purpose:full  High Five Charity initiative, Roth Staffing Companies, L.P. recently wrapped up its YOU SHARE, KIDS READ campaign. Through Facebook and LinkedIn, users commented the title of their favorite children’s book, and Roth donated physical copies of the books to various children’s literacy programs across the nation through the “Books for Kids” organization. Continue reading