Bonney Staffing Wins ClearlyRated’s 2020 Best of Staffing Client and Talent Awards for Service Excellence

Bonney Staffing is excited to announce that we have won Best of Staffing Client and Talent Awards for providing superior service to our clients and candidates. Presented by sponsor, CareerBuilder, in partnership with Gold Sponsors Indeed and Glassdoor, ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing® Award winners have proven to be industry leaders in service quality based entirely… Read more »

Essential Safety Tips for Warehouse, Industrial, and Landscaping Workers

Do you know what warehouse, industrial, and landscaping jobs all have in common? The answer is safety. All the jobs that fall under those industries require heavy lifting, potentially dangerous machinery and equipment, weather conditions, and chemicals. No one wants to get hurt, but sometimes we neglect best safety practices because it takes extra time… Read more »

Industry News Update For Manufacturing Jobs On The Southern Maine Coast Area

If you watch the national news, you’ve probably been operating under the assumption that manufacturing in the US is a long-dead industry. If you live in the southern coastal area of Maine, that thought can be especially disturbing, considering the robust history of manufacturing in the region. The reality of the situation is far different… Read more »

What You Can Do to Stand out From Other Candidates

Competition for jobs in today’s market is fierce. Hiring managers spend a lot of time evaluating resumes and interviewing candidates, and it can be difficult to make a lasting impression and distinguish yourself from the pack. Here are some strategies you can use to stand out from other candidates and be remembered for all the… Read more »

Employment Outlook in Bangor, Maine

In early 2017, economists and real estate experts discussed the state of the Maine economy at the Maine Real Estate And Development Association’s (MEREDA) annual conference, which has become one of the most anticipated economic events in the state over the last several years. There was much good news to be shared at this year’s… Read more »

Employment Outlook In Portland, Maine

While Maine overall has had some losses in the manufacturing sector in recent years, the city of Portland and its outer lying regions have been outpacing the rest of the state in terms of employment and economic growth, and that pace should continue in the coming year. Where the Jobs Will Be As the population… Read more »

Start Your New Year Off Well With These 3 Job-Search Tips

If you have been searching for new job opportunities, you probably took a little time off for the holidays. Now that December is behind us, it’s time to jump back in and get your search going again. Here are three tips to help you get your job search on the right track in the New… Read more »

Employment Outlook in Portsmouth and Seacoast NH

According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Southern New Hampshire has led New England in average economic growth over the last several years. While national growth has struggled to reach three percent, the Portsmouth, and Seacoast New Hampshire areas have enjoyed anywhere from seven percent growth to ten percent growth; good news for… Read more »

Employment Outlook in the Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Greensboro Areas

Any North Carolinian who watches cable news, reads newspapers or even skims headlines on social media knows that economic and employment forecasts vary. Some experts say we are on the path to growth, some predict impending doom and gloom, and still others say we are running stagnant. So just what is the employment outlook in… Read more »

The Benefits of Hiring Bonney Staffing Center: Our SWAT Team Means Business!

You know that when law enforcement officials call in the elite Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT), that things have gotten serious.  Did you know that your business can also call upon an elite team to swoop in and save the day when you are faced with significant staffing challenges? Bonney Staffing’s Staff Who Arrive… Read more »