Welcome to another installment of Good Idea|Bad Idea for Job Seekers. Click the link below to see Joseph and Natalija from our Kirkland branch demonstrate the difference between "dress to impress" versus "dress for success." https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=MYuTc2dASOY
TERRA Staffing Group announced today it has been named to Inavero's 2013 Best of Staffing lists of award winners. Presented in partnership with CareerBuilder, the fourth annual Best of Staffing lists provide the only statistically valid, objective, service quality benchmarks…
TERRA Helped Me Transition from the Military to the Civilian World Many of us will never understand the sacrifices our military personnel make. Unless you've worn the uniform, it's hard to fully comprehend what it means to serve in a role…
At TERRA our mission is "Success Stories Created Daily" and it's important to note that we don't create these success stories alone. We cooperate with community partners and referral sources, we partner with job seekers, we collaborate within our team…
Featured Success Story
TERRA Exceeded My Expectations and Made Finding a Job Easy
People change careers for a variety of reasons. For Ryan Powers, the decision to transition from a career in the medical industry to driving was due to emotional strain. Ryan was a Medical Assistant, and while he liked the job overall, it wasn’t easy. Losing patients with whom he had gotten close had become too … Continue Reading →
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Mental Health Accommodation: Buckle in for 2021
This activity is APPROVED for SHRM recertification credits
Jodi Slavik Vigilant
When: September 18, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Unlike physical injuries, mental illness can show up as subtle, erratic behavior that is easy to miss or dismiss until it becomes unhealthy or even dangerous. These challenges are amplified at work, where employers have a duty to protect employees, but to also avoid discrimination.
This presentation will jump feet-first into the grey area of mental health accommodation, using real case-studies to address the nuances of notice, interaction, and effective resolution.