The Miriam Webster dictionary defines Failure as the lack of Success, or giving up. Here are some ways to recover from failure:  Address the cause of the failure. Think about different actions that you could have chosen and what the consequences would be. Ask yourself if you are making unrealistic or unreasonable expectations to obtain… Read More

Not everyone is capable of coping with their anxiety at work. Workplace anxiety is best described as anxiety that includes feeling tense, stress, uneasy or nervous about work. Anxiety can be disruptive  at home, but at work it can be debilitating. Workplace anxiety affects approximately 40 % of the work force during the workday. Symptoms… Read More

  SKILLED: a job that involves having a specific skill and  receives an hourly wage.  A skilled trade does not require a degree, but you will have a better chance of being hired if you have a certificate or significant experience in that area.  Drug test and background check are completed with skilled jobs, your… Read More

Brett Brumbaugh is a Certified Welding Inspector and Recruiter.   Brett became  a welder working on pipelines and learned the welding trade and combined with his experience in the manufacturing industry both as a superintendent and quality control he is able to identify the needs of clients and applicants. Jimmy Hutson is a Certified welding inspector… Read More

In today’s job market some people are reluctant to work for a Temp Agency.  Here is what you would be missing out on not working for Stand-By Personnel.   Experience While there are many staffing agencies that have been around for a while, Stand-By has been in business for over 28 years in the Tulsa… Read More

          No offense or No disrespect but. A conversation that is started with condescending words such as No Offense or No Disrespect, it signifies that you do not respect the other person’s point of view.  Immediately the person will change to defensive mode and more than likely will not hear the… Read More

Relevant Experience Don’t:   Do not include experiences that have no relevance to the position you are applying for. You can however add skills that might be relevant in the form of bullet points. Do:  List experience that would qualify you for the job. Include jobs that you gained relevant experience. If you have taken courses… Read More

    With a combined experience of more than 30 years; Standby Personnel Recruiters Leslie, Derek and Will discuss what makes a good interview/candidate. Consider the points below when preparing yourself /your resume for an interview to ensure the most successful chance of finding the best opportunity.   What is the first thing you look… Read More

It is important to have a good relationship with your coworkers since you spend 8 hours a day with them. Here are seven ways to practice being more attentive and suitable team player. Learn about your coworkers Take time to learn what your teammates like and dislike. Just a simple thing such as finding out… Read More

Seven Deadly Sins of the Workplace There are seven deadly sins that will get in your way if you are not aware of them. Anger It is never appropriate to be disrespectful with your coworkers regardless of interpersonal conflict, exhaustion, deadlines, or skipping lunches. Envy Are you envious of coworker’s achievements?  Resisting envy is difficult… Read More