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Springborn Staffing New Internal Hire – Director of Human Resources Consulting

Springborn Staffing is happy to announce that Diane Abramson has been hired as its new Director of Human Resources Consulting. Originally from Gorham, Diane has been exploring New England for the past twenty years but finally (and joyously) made it… Read more »

8 Reasons They Turned You Away

Sometimes finding that perfect position is difficult – you keep getting turned away, and you don’t understand why. Here’s some insight from Springborn Staffing. 1. You aren’t the right person for the job: Face it – you may be a… Read more »

Your Business and an Ethical Culture

With weekly – and sometimes daily – scandals in the corporate world, standing out as an ethical business is the backbone of success. It begins in the highest echelons of a company. When the owner, HR, and upper management make… Read more »

Top 6 Skillsets for Office Staff

Working in an office is no different than any other position – to succeed takes commitment and soft skills, as well as the right education, training, and experience.  Every office, from banking, finance, and insurance, to law firms, medical offices,… Read more »

Your Resume Story

Creating a resume that catches attention and puts you on the short list can be a challenge. Sometimes it seems like the rules are always changing, but the bottom line remains the same. You have to know your audience and… Read more »

The Multi-Generational Company

    “Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.”     Stephen R. Covey         As Baby Boomers retire – in droves, Millennials take hold of the reins, and the first class GenZ college graduates enter the workforce, companies… Read more »

Career Management

Success is often swifter and sweeter to those who take the time to manage their careers; to be proactive in setting and intentionally meeting their professional and personal objectives. It doesn’t happen in a day, of course, or a week,… Read more »

Maine Celebrates July 4th

Maine, the Pine Tree State, was recognized as the 23rd state on March 15, 1820, as part of the Missouri Compromise, which allowed the entrance of a “free” Maine since Missouri entered as a slave state. Settlers first arrived in… Read more »

Cutting Through the Chaos of H-1B Work Visa

There’s a lot of emotions, politics, and general chaotic uproar surrounding the H–1B visa. Let’s pause a moment, dump the chaos, and take a straightforward look at the situation. It began when a shortage of technological, scientific, and other specialized talent… Read more »