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Tips for Creating a Company Culture That Supports Business Goals

  Your company culture and your long-term business goals are two sides of the same coin. As a manager, it’s essential you create a workplace that encourages your team to participate and advances your mission. So, how do you ensure your goals and office culture are aligned properly? And how do you make sure your… Read more »

Setting and Achieving Your Career Goals in 2018

  It’s February, and that means the joy and wonder of the holiday season is past us and the motivation of the new year has also faded away. This is the time to get down to the nitty gritty of setting and achieving your career goals in 2018. We are expecting 2018 to be a… Read more »

Tax Forms – 2018

Brace Yourselves… Tax Season is Coming!   Employees of PSG! It’s nearing tax season! Do you have all of your records organized? We may not do your taxes for you, but we will provide you with the forms needed related to your work with us. All 2017 1099 and W-2 forms have been mailed to the… Read more »

A Tale of Two Museums

  Mississippi is rich in history and diverse in perspectives. The complex and interwoven tale of this one state is full of many stories and perspectives. Two museums have been unveiled that tell this story – a story of discovery and strife and hope and solidarity. On December 9th of 2017, the first state-sponsored civil rights… Read more »

January 2018 Hot Jobs

Dispatch/Inventory Manager Our client is a diversified company with an established Transportation Services division. They are seeking their next Dispatcher / Inventory Manager. The client wants their next hire to be someone who is very motivated by the opportunity to grow with a company and who wants to contribute to the company’s ongoing success. The… Read more »

Tips for Becoming a Leader Instead of a Boss

  A boss is someone who rules with an iron fist, often using intimidation to get results. A leader is someone who can provide direction and support and empower their employees. And while we look at “boss” and “leader” as interchangeable words, they really aren’t. An effective leader is someone who guides their employees rather… Read more »

HOT JOB OF THE WEEK: Dispatch/Inventory Manager

Dispatch/Inventory Manager Our client is a diversified company with an established Transportation Services division. They are seeking their next Dispatcher / Inventory Manager. The client wants their next hire to be someone who is very motivated by the opportunity to grow with a company and who wants to contribute to the company’s ongoing success. The… Read more »

How to Answer Questions About Teamwork in an Interview

  One of the most common interview questions you’ll be asked is how you work with a team. It can be a knee-jerk reaction to simply answer you’re team oriented, but what does that actually mean? Consider the other ways you can answer questions such as “Tell me about a time you solved a problem… Read more »

HOT JOB OF THE WEEK: Paralegal

Paralegal Paralegal specializing in commercial litigation, mass tort, or product liability is needed for heavy workload supporting partner in law firm. Read More: Employee Paralegal… Ideal candidate will have at least 3-5 years’ experience Proficient in Microsoft Office Excellent database management skills Calendaring and tracking deadlines Extreme attention to detail is a must in this… Read more »

Make Your Temp Employees Feel Part of the Team

  You know it’s important to make a new employee feel welcome. But have you thought about it when you’re bringing on a temporary worker? Making temporary employees feel as though their part of a team will be important for the overall success of everyone involved in a department or project. How can you create… Read more »