We hope you are healthy and safe, and that things remain that way with every one of you. During this unprecedented period of transition, you may have more free time than ever before for many reasons. Some of us can feel adrift—lost in a sheltered-in world or spending too much time on default activities, like […]

As the COVID-19 pandemic keeps gathering steam, more and more people are working from home. And at home, not only are they trying to work, many of them are also caring for children whose schools have closed. The sight of a three-year-old crashing a Zoom meeting will soon be commonplace. Once the crisis has eased, […]

Due to the Coronoavirus, in-person meetings are temporarily off-limits, so job seekers have been thrown a huge curveball. And this applies not just to those without a current job, like new graduates or the temporarily unemployed, but also to any professionals who are concerned about their employer’s continued viability even after the immediate crisis has […]

ROHNERT PARK, California March 16, 2020 Sunday afternoon Governor Gavin Newsom issued guidance for businesses in the state of California with concern to slowing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). (Click here for full press conference.) Until further notice, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, our offices will be closed to the public. We remain […]


by Danielle Foster

Like you, we’ve been closely monitoring the news and government updates related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). It’s important that businesses of all sizes and sectors continue to monitor the situation and are as prepared as possible to protect the health of their workers and the community. Artizen Staffing has created a list of resources – links […]

You’ve worked hard to become your company’s subject matter expert.  In order to continue to be so, you have to be committed to continuing education and become adept at leveraging professional networks. Go back to college and take refresher courses or courses in new subject matter necessary to your being able to excel at your […]

As we enter 2020, the idea of remote flexibility is increasingly popular among candidates and employees. In the modern workforce, many companies are implementing regular remote work policies. A survey by Global Workplace Analytics and FlexJobs found that remote work has grown 91% over the last 10 years. If you currently allow or are considering […]

According to Merriam-Webster: indispensable is defined as absolutely necessary: ESSENTIAL. Whether you realize it or not, employees are typically dropped into two buckets by employers; people who employers consider to be indispensable employees and thus essential to running their businesses and those that are not.  During economic difficulties, companies turn to this list to determine […]

A new job isn’t just about getting hired — it’s about finding a match that’s right for both you and your prospective boss. Many candidates feel that they are not in a position to be picky about who they work with. But remember, as the adage goes, people leave managers not companies —and that’s especially […]

Male Perspective

I think it’s an understatement to say that Men and Women think differently than one another.  Early in my career I observed a few things about men and when working with them. I knew that if I understood how they interacted and then acted in a way that was familiar to them, my odds were […]