Employee Management: Dealing with the DUI Issue

Employee Management

By Mark Waschek, Vice President – Agronomy A number of billboards popping up across the country intend to shock passersby about the cost of a Driving Under the Influence (DUI). In Texas, a popular billboard lists $17,500 as the cost of a first DUI, while an Ohio sign trumpets a total first-time cost of $14,750.… Read more »

Job Board Risk: Is Your Personal Information in the Wrong Hands?

Remote Work

By Alexis Stiebe Online job boards are one more way the digital age has made our lives easier and more convenient, right? Not so much. In reality, job boards can be predatory, ineffective and a security risk. Do you really know who you are sending all of your personal information to? Do you know for… Read more »

How to Look Professional in a Video Interview

interview

By Alexis Stiebe Video interviews are quickly becoming the norm. In fact, many of our meetings each day have transitioned to video. As we become more casual with conducting business over live video, it’s important to remember that a job interview isn’t one of those day-to-day video chats. You need to present yourself in a… Read more »

Why Connect with a Recruiter If You’re Happy in Your Current Role?

Success with a Recruiter

By Alexis Stiebe Why talk to a recruiter today if you are happy with your current role and have no plans to make a change? You probably don’t think about the services a recruiter provides until you actively start looking for a new role. This means when you need a recruiter the most, you find… Read more »

Your Resume is Not Your Job Description

Resume

By Rhonda Werner, Recruiting Consultant If you are looking to bore those who are reviewing your resume in consideration of hiring you, be sure to write it just as you would see your job description listed in a job ad. Seriously, nothing is less exciting to review in a resume than the long litany of… Read more »

Advance Your Career by Networking With Recruiters on LinkedIn

Networking

By Alexis Stiebe Do you want to passively look for a new position while continuing to excel in your current role? Even if you are happy in your current role it’s smart to keep your options open in case an excellent opportunity to advance in your career becomes available. This is where recruiters come in.… Read more »

Are You Waiting For the Perfect Candidate to Fall Out of the Sky?

Find Candidates

By Rhonda Werner, Recruiting Consultant – Partner We are in a state of flux right now due to all the changes Covid-19 has brought in working remotely. But, consolidations are still occurring as well as fallout from consolidations that occurred 18 months ago. Change is certainly in the air. Will good candidates be caught up… Read more »

Short on Requirements? How to be Selected for Your Ideal Job

You are ready for the next step in your career path. You have been searching for ideal job roles that match your passions, interests, and work culture.  However, you are concerned that the job descriptions of your ideal job include a level of experience, education, or skills you don’t currently have.  How can you position… Read more »

Flexible and Remote Work Options Reveal a Bright Future

Video Interview

By Alexis Stiebe This year has brought major changes to how we operate at work and conduct our personal lives. Short-term adjustments have turned into long-term, more permanent changes. The way we work has been transformed. As we get back to our new normal and find new ways to conduct “business as usual” many organizations… Read more »

Becoming a Company People Want to Work For

By Rhonda Werner, Recruiting Consultant – Partner Talking with our clients here at Ag 1 Source about becoming a Destination Employer is something we’ve done for years. With even more changes in the work force and how we work, it’s good to revisit what those key areas are to focus on that will have people… Read more »