The Benefits of Going Back to Work Instead of Collecting Unemployment

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  The job market has seen a range of ups and downs in 2020 – and it’s only June. Over 30 million workers have applied for unemployment since the middle of March. Unemployment benefits are usually managed within the states; however, with the CARES Act, a provision was made that adds a sizable amount of… Read more »

4 Tips For Connecting with Your Interviewer

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There’s a lot that determines the success of an interview. While it can be overwhelming, with proper preparation, you can make a lasting impression during a job interview. One of the best ways you should prepare for your interview is to understand how to connect with your interviewer. This can help build rapport, calm your… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Working with a Recruiter

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A lot goes into a job search and working with a recruiter can make all the difference. They can get you through the doors of your dream company, find you new connections, provide feedback on resume and materials, and even give you interview coaching. Follow These 4 Tips When Working with a Recruiter All these… Read more »

What to Look For in Construction Candidates

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Construction candidates can present a wide variety of skills and experience when their applications come to your desk or even in the shortlist you want to interview. This can sometimes make it especially difficult to decide which candidate is best for the job. Ultimately, you want to hire the candidate who makes you feel that… Read more »

The Top 5 Skills You Need to Be an Electrician

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  Aside from the required schooling, training, and certifications, there are other skills that electricians need to be successful in their careers. Proficiency in these skills will not only help with your career, but they can also keep you and everyone around you safe. Mechanical Aptitude This might seem obvious, but a good electrician would… Read more »

Four Tips for Overcoming Your Fear of Job Interviews

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  If you have a job interview on the horizon, you’ve probably been experiencing some level of anxiety as you look forward to this important day. Interviews are a big deal and a major factor in getting a job offer, so it’s natural to feel some amount of stress. In fact, it’s healthy to have… Read more »

Are You Familiar with the Three “R’s” of Resume Writing?

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  Your resume is one of the most important documents in your job-search process. Recruiters spend only a short amount of time reviewing your resume before making a decision whether to interview you or move on to another candidate. This means you have to showcase your skills, your experience and potential clearly and concisely. To… Read more »

Forklift Operators (Stevedoring work at various port locations in the New Orleans and surrounding area)

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Cabildo Staffing seeks forklift operators. – Work is generally 12-hour shifts day and night. – Flexibility to work day or night shifts required. – Start Pay is between $14-$16/hour depending on experience – Daily incentive pay is also offered based on daily performance at some locations – MUST have a forklift certification (preferably for 5-ton… Read more »

Skilled Heavy Equipment Operators (Stevedoring job sites in New Orleans and the surrounding areas)

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Cabildo Staffing seeks skilled Heavy Equipment Operators for various heavy construction, commercial construction. -Types of Machines include Dozer, Excavator/Trackhoe, Loader, Backhoe and Skid steer -Must have at least three (3) to five (5) years’ experience as a heavy equipment operator for consideration -Must have reliable transportation to move to various job sites -Must pass a… Read more »