Employment Agency Announces Free Newsletter

Newsletters for Human Resources Can Help Those Seeking Employment.

Los Angeles, CA, June 02, 2008 --(PR.com)-- The People Link, an employment agency located in Los Angeles (http://www.thepeoplelink.com), announced its free newsletter, available on its website or by email to those who sign up at the site.

Mya Borgman, CEO of The People Link, said “The newsletter is designed for Human Resources personnel responsible for hiring. But it is also of tremendous use to those seeking employment. Understanding what companies are looking for and how they make judgments as to whether the applicant has the desired attributes – this can be the difference maker in a person’s presentation. The ability to assume the viewpoint of the employer makes it possible to see what the company sees as valuable. Too often qualified candidates fail to present the very qualifications and attitudes being sought, even though they have them.”

“In a stressed economy, hiring becomes one of the most important functions in any company. Budgets get tighter and Human Resources has to get it right when bringing on new staff. Management tolerance for hiring mistakes has never been high, but expectations are noticeably greater now. These newsletters contain the practical insights that come from observing success and failure in thousands of hiring situations.”

The People Link website includes past Newsletters covering such topics as:

• Is this applicant going to be an asset or liability?
• What we can learn from the movie industry in recruiting.
• Update on prevailing wages
• Resumes, tips from the horses mouth
• Are you getting your money’s worth?
• How companies miss the boat in recruiting good managers

As a top employment agency, The People Link has placed thousands of job candidates into jobs of all types since its inception in 1995. The existing newsletters are available at http://www.thepeoplelink.com along with a simple form to sign up for email copies of future editions.

The People Link
Mya Borgman