PSG Blog

Fine-Tuning PSG to Serve You Better

Over the past month we have implemented some changes within the business model of Professional Staffing Group to strengthen our service to our clients and candidates. These changes have resulted in some new hires, fine tuning task responsibilities assigned to team members and the transition of some team members who have played important roles in… Read more »

How to Interview Candidates for Interpersonal Skills

  Yes, the hard skills a candidate brings to the table are essential to their success. But there is so much more to doing a good job than just having the right skill set. What about their interpersonal skills? How do they interact with others on the job, including co-workers and managers? Before you make… Read more »

Fondren After Five Is Back!

Fondren After Five has returned to Jackson’s happening pedestrian business community after a winter break. Stroll, shop and dine during Fondren’s monthly evening hours event. The fun takes place on the first Thursday of each month from 5:00 until 8:00 pm. Expect live music, open houses in the shops, special events and as always, many… Read more »

HOT JOB OF THE WEEK: Territory Sales Representatives

Territory Sales Representative Professional Staffing Group in Jackson is seeking two (2) highly qualified Territory Sales Representatives. This position is a very exciting opportunity with a healthcare organization with a longstanding reputation in providing top-tier home health services! We are seeking individuals who bring healthcare related experience and business acumen. This is a position requiring… Read more »

How to Stay Productive While Unemployed

  Being unemployed doesn’t mean you have to disengage from the working world. Even while you’re looking for a new opportunity, there are ways you can stay productive that will help you when it comes time to find your next job. While you’ll want to update your resume and work on customized cover letters for… Read more »

Important Topics Leaders Should Cover When Meeting With Their Teams

  Oh, the dreaded staff meeting. This weekly event can cause your employees to roll their eyes or huff in frustration. But it doesn’t have to be that way. A team meeting can be an essential and productive part of your workweek; it’s only a matter of getting the details right. As a leader, what… Read more »

DIALOGUE JACKSON: Jackson 2000 Has A New Name

What began almost 30 years ago as an effort by an inter-racial group of Jackson leaders to promote racial healing, understanding and cooperation by the year 2000 has made a new for itself on this side of the year 2000. Jackson 2000 is now Dialogue Jackson. When begun there were few venues where black and… Read more »

HOT JOB OF THE WEEK: Registered Nurse

Registered Nurse Our client is seeking a RN to work with their Home Health/Hospice services in the area surrounding Vicksburg, MS. This is a full-time position reporting to the branch manager. The qualified candidate must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing, have a current state practical nurse license, and have demonstrated competence… Read more »

“Why Shouldn’t We Hire You?” Trick Question, or Opportunity to Impress?

  You may think you’re prepared for any question that comes your way in an interview, but are you? What happens when a recruiter throws a curve ball your way? “Why shouldn’t we hire you,” may sound like a trick question, but it could be a great opportunity to make an amazing impression. So, how… Read more »

Fondren Gets a Face Lift And a Tummy Tuck

Having recently had a drooping eyelid lifted, I know how a bit of what some would consider merely cosmetic surgery can improve not only how you see the world but how the world sees you. It, also, leaves you with an embarrassing black eye for a short period. It has been several years since a… Read more »