Employee Spotlight: Diana Ortiz

  Name: Diana Ortiz Company Role: Staffing Consultant in the Deer Park Office Your top 3 favorite movies?: The Notebook, Maid in Manhattan, & Halloween Town. What’s a fun fact no one would guess about you?: I am a HUGE makeup lover!! What do you like about working at Meador?: I love how Meador is… Read More »

6 Things Every Cover Letter Should Have

You may have been told that a cover letter is no longer necessary for a modern job search. But many companies still prefer to see a letter, even if it’s just an email, to help introduce you as a candidate. If you’ve never written a cover letter before, or if you think your letter might… Read More »

Are Your Job Listings Just Ho-Hum?

Are the resumes you’re getting boring? Do they make you want to yawn and take a nap? The resumes you receive are a direct response to the job posting you published, so if your posting is only ho-hum, the resumes will be as well. You can avoid boring candidates by creating less boring job descriptions… Read More »

I Quit! – How NOT To Give Your Resignation

It’s okay to decide a job is not for you. But how you quit that job will have an impact on your career for the rest of your life. So whether you’ve just started a job that’s not a good fit or massive changes in your company have made a long term job no longer… Read More »

Employee Spotlight: Aly Rojas

Company role: Contract Staffing Recruiter located in our Pasadena office Favorite quote: “Our Deepest Fear Is Not That We Are Inadequate. Our Deepest Fear Is That We Are Powerful Beyond Measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us” What do you like about working at Meador?: I like working for a company who… Read More »

Client Seminar: Marijuana, CBD and Employee Drug Testing

  Join us April 8th as we navigate the recent Texas law changes regarding Marijuana and CBD usage in the workplace. During this webinar, you will: • Learn about the changes in Texas laws related to the use Marijuana/CBD • Review different types of drug testing and various reasons you may or may not need… Read More »

Key Mental Health Benefits Your Candidates Want

Your employees’ mental health impacts their performance just as much as their skills and their interest. Today, more employers are focusing on the positive benefits of paying attention to mental health on the job. It’s about more than just reducing stress, which can cause physical problems, like stroke or heart disease, as well. Here are… Read More »

Best of The Woodlands 2020 Winner!

  Congratulations are in order for our Woodlands Branch! They were voted #1 Employment Service! Our team in The Woodlands is doing incredible work for candidates, clients and the community. Way to go!   Click the image below to view the full list of winners.  … Read More »

The 3 C’s of Hiring: Competency, Character and Culture

Bad hires are costly. “Of ALL the decisions that an executive makes, the people decisions are the most important.” – Peter Drucker Gallup estimates the cost to replace an employee is as much as 1/2 to 2 times the person’s annual salary! Jim Collins, in his book Good to Great, emphasizes the importance of exercising… Read More »

5 Ways to Speed Up the Hiring Process

Do you want to hire faster this year? When jobs take a long time to fill, productivity decreases, and your remaining employees might feel overworked. So, speeding up the process while still maintaining the right quality of hire is essential for your staffing plans this year. Here are five ways you can speed up the… Read More »