PRLog - Feb. 28, 2014 - CHERRY HILL, N.J. -- CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY – J&J Staffing, a premier staffing resources firm with more than 40 years of leadership in the Delaware Valley, will host an Tri-State Open House Employment Recruitment & Corporate Event on Monday, March 3, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for professionals seeking employment and professionals looking to achieve greater career goals in 2014.
J&J Staffing will host a Tri-State Open House March 3.
The event will take place at J&J’s Cherry Hill headquarters, Suite 300, 1814 Route 70 East. J&J Staffing’s locations throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania will also be hosting Open House events concurrently, with NJ locations in Woodbury, Bridgeport, Ewing, Princeton and Vineland, and Pennsylvania offices in Horsham and Langhorne. For job seekers in Delaware, J&J Staffing will host a concurrent Open House at its Newark location. Details for locations and contact information are available at J&J Staffing’s website, www.jjstaff.com.
“Our goal for hosting a company wide open house is not only to attract candidates looking for work, but also to raise the local awareness that companies are hiring,” reports Sean Malady, Vice President, Sales & Marketing at J&J Staffing. “Our goal is to meet our clients current open position needs and to prepare for continued job growth in the tri-state area.”
J&J Staffing’s tri-state Open House is an exceptional opportunity for job seekers to present their professional expertise for consideration and review.
“Today, there is not the drop in job seekers we once saw in the staffing industry during the holiday season,” Malady reports. “While there is a slight pause in job seekers, overall the energy, enthusiasm and aggressiveness demonstrated by job seekers during the holiday season is fiercely zealous – people want to work and they don’t want to take a holiday break from the pursuit of employment.”
While Malady emphasizes the importance of the traditional resume, the recruiting expert acknowledges there is a growing component of job seekers – chiefly millennials – bolstering their professional portfolio with social media platforms, particularly LinkedIn. The key word in social media sharing for professional purposes, Malady cautions, is wisely.
“Anyone that thinks social media is private and won't be considered in job searches, really is fooling themselves. Today’s employers are using all platforms and tools available to them to make the best hiring decisions possible – which includes the review and consideration of social media,” Malady reports. “For job seekers, it is essential to leverage social media responsibly and professionally to get the greatest rewards.”
Visit J&J Staffing today at http://www.jjstaff.com or call 856-424-0199.