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Korrin Welch

Korrin Welch is an experienced writer with a degree in media and communications and a background in writing for online publications and magazines. Originally from Chicago, she moved to Fort Worth in 2019, after working as a flight attendant for 3 years. From her years of travel and writing, she brings a fresh perspective to KP Staffing.
How to quit your job without burning a bridge
By Korrin Welch on January 11, 2021

You’ve just received a job offer from a company you’ve been dying to work for. While exciting, it suddenly occurs to you that the next step is to resign from your current position. The...

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How to make realistic career goals for the new year
By Korrin Welch on January 1, 2021

Congratulations, you’ve made it to 2021! Pat yourself on the back, finally exhale and celebrate surviving a year filled with extreme chaos. The chaos of last year made it nearly...

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KP Staffing takes on Survivor
By Korrin Welch on December 18, 2020

A stampede of recruiters and admin staff scrambles from room to room, pushing their way through tight hallways and into random spaces. As papers fly and drawers are pried open, the...

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The dos and don'ts of phone interviews
By Korrin Welch on December 2, 2020

Scrolling through the details of your interview, your heart begins to drop. The confidence you once possessed suddenly disappears because your interview is... over the phone. The...

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5 things you should never say in an interview
By Korrin Welch on November 25, 2020

After receiving a slew of "Thank you for applying, but..." emails, you manage to land an interview for your dream job. The pressure is on, and blowing this chance is not an option – it’s...

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4 reasons your company should hire a staffing agency
By Korrin Welch on November 23, 2020

As you walk through the door, a sense of enthusiasm and the chaos of ringing phones engulf the waiting room. Applicants stare at computer screens, and recruiters, focusing diligently,...

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