Are You Guilty Of These Social Media Blunders?

When was the last time you considered your social media presence? Is it time to clean it up a bit? Or maybe you don’t have a social media presence at all. There are a handful of social media blunders that could affect your job search. Here are some tips to improve your social media presence… Read More »

Employee Spotlight: Erin McCallister

  Company Role: Senior Staffing Consultant – Pasadena Office Favorite Quote: You must strive to find your own voice because the longer you wait to begin the less likely you are to find it. Your top 3 favorite Podcasts/Books? The Atlantis Gene, The Dave Ramsey Show, Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and… Read More »

STEM Talent – Addressing Skills Shortages

STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, and math, is promoted in our schools as top occupation choices for young people, but there is still an increased need for individuals with these specific skills. With advancements in all of these areas, we need more experienced workers with an aptitude for STEM. If you’re hiring for… Read More »

Employee Spotlight: Ashley Bray

Company Role: Recruiting Coordinator – Woodlands Office Favorite quote: “There’s no risk when you go after a dream, there’s a tremendous amount of risk to playing it safe” – Bill Burr Your top 3 favorite Podcasts/Books? Podcast: Sincerely Fortune, Wife of the Party, and Where my mom’s at Your top 3 favorite movies? Honest to… Read More »

Side Gigs and Their Place On Your Resume

It seems like everyone today has a side hustle. It’s not at all uncommon to work an extra gig or two in conjunction with a full-time job to make some extra money on the side. Or it could be a passion project that gives you all the good feels when you’re working on it. Whatever… Read More »

Lunch and Learn Series: The State of Employee Engagement in 2020

 Join us for our first Lunch and Learn of 2020 From Disengaged to Engaged: The State of Employee Engagement in 2020 February 12, 2020 11:30 am – 1 pm Register Today In 2015 a shift occurred in the HR world. Employee engagement moved from being primarily a term only used in HR circles to becoming everyday… Read More »

Employee Spotlight: Renae Wanza

  Company Role: Corporate Administrative Coordinator Favorite Quote: “What’s understood doesn’t have to be explained.” Favorite place to shop? Target Your top 3 favorite Podcasts/Books? The Interruption of Everything; A Day Late and a Dollar Short; Who Asked You Your top 3 favorite movies? Step Mom; Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner; Jumping the Broom What… Read More »

Meador Staffing and 91.1 FM Interview

  Friday, January 10 our own Linda Fields, VP of Executive Search had an interview with Kashay Mendes of 91.1 FM. Watch along and see how Linda and Kashay discussed the Houston job market, properly set up your resume and hiring tips and tricks!  … Read More »

How to Deliver Negative Feedback to Your Employees

As a manager, you’ve been told that feedback is an essential part of your job. You need to give your team feedback on the good and the bad day-to-day. Without your input, mistakes can happen if a behavior isn’t corrected promptly. But no one wants to hear negative feedback. So, can you also help prepare… Read More »

Employee Spotlight: Ruby Lovelace

  Company Role: Controller  (Ruby has been with Meador Staffing since 1994!) Favorite quote: I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. Philippians 4:13. (have this on a plaque in my office) Favorite place to shop? Amazon What do you like about working at Meador? I am glad to be working at a… Read More »