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Staffing Industry Award 2016

Everett Birdsall - Monday, August 01, 2016

Voted one of the "Best Staffing Firms To Work For" by the Staffing Industry Analysts 2016 

Orange County Business Journal Award 2016

Everett Birdsall - Wednesday, June 29, 2016


Voted one of the "Best Places To Work" by the Orange County Business Journal 2016!!  Click here to read the full story!!

Monster Worldwide Congratulates Mattson Best Staffing Firm Award

Everett Birdsall - Friday, April 08, 2016

Monster Worldwide Congratulates Mattson Best Staffing Firm Award 2016. Click here to read the full letter!!


OC Register Names Mattson Resources "best of best" in Industry

Everett Birdsall - Tuesday, April 05, 2016

OC Register Names Mattson Resources "best of best" in Industry.  Click here to read the full story!!


2016 SIA Best Staffing Firm

Everett Birdsall - Monday, February 29, 2016


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Winners of the 2016 Best Staffing Firms to Work For awards were announced today by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions. The winners were recognized at the 25th annual Staffing Industry Analysts' Executive Forum, being held February 22-25th at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, AZ. Click Here to Read the Full Story  


Staffing Firms with 21 to 50 Employees    

9th - Mattson Resources LLC



Mattson Booth

Everett Birdsall - Thursday, February 18, 2016

Mattson is always looking for opportunities to share our services....One of our outings at a employment function. Contact us for your employment and or staffing needs!!!




Golden Squirrel Award Stephen

Everett Birdsall - Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Congratulations to Steve Izabal, winner of last month’s Golden Squirrel Award. Steve put up more than impressive number in the IT and Engineering division. Great job, all those long hours are paying off with cold cash!



Everett Birdsall - Wednesday, February 03, 2016


1. Ask questions of yourself

Before the interview, do your own due diligence – this is key to finding and being offered the right job the first time.

2. Get a feel for the company you’re interviewing with

Thoroughly research the company’s website and news articles. What is the leadership and culture of the company? Does it align with your values?

3. Leverage your network

Ask people in your network if they know the management of the company and the person you are interviewing with. Ask for opinions on the leadership, values, market potential of the organization.

4. Talk yourself up

If you conclude that this is a fantastic opportunity, ask yourself why you believe you’re the best candidate - and be prepared to articulate this in your interview.

5. Make the interview a two-way street

The objective for both you and your interviewer is to determine whether this is a good fit. Legendary CEO of General Electric, and bestselling author, Jack Welch, once said that during an interview, he assesses whether someone is smart, motivated, and likeable – as simple as it sounds, those three simple elements really matter.

6. Don’t ask about salary or benefits

I’ve never gotten into the particulars of benefits in an interview – compensation, paid time off, and any other perks. I wait until an offer is made. I’ve found that if it’s clear there is a win/win, that these finer points can be discussed and even negotiated in an atmosphere of trust.

7. Take time to process

Sometimes you will be offered the job on the spot. I would recommend taking a step back to assess how the interview went, and if you think the company is still the perfect fit for you.Let them know you enjoyed meeting with them and will review the information and will have an answer within 24 hours (this is the typical reasonable time frame for review of an offer). You want to leave on a positive note!

8. Write a thank you note

Did you write a thank you note? I always do one by email immediately following the interview. Do not send this from your cell phone for formatting and auto-correct mistakes, but make sure it professionally reflects you with professional grammar, spelling and punctuation. If possible, have someone you trust review the letter before sending, in order to catch any mistakes.

9. Assess the offer

So, you nailed the interview and got an offer - congratulations! Now the ball is in your court and it’s time to think about your options.Be sure to consider the full package – benefits can be just as important as the salary. Have all the facts before giving your answer. Give your answer in a timely manner – 24 hours to review is standard.

10. Be timely in your response

Today’s job market is competitive - and chances are, the company may be looking at several other candidates to fill the role. As such, you should respond to their offer in a timely manner.


New Years Resolution

Everett Birdsall - Tuesday, December 22, 2015

It's time for those New Years Resolutions!

Have you decided it's time to finally seek out that new job opportunity. All of our departments have awesome positions across the board with some of the best companies in the world. Contact us today, and we can help you find your New Years Opportunity!!

Do and Donts

Everett Birdsall - Friday, December 04, 2015

Top Ten Office Christmas Party Do’s and Don’ts1. Go with a positive attitude
Don’t drag yourself to the party dreading every minute of it. People will know you don’t want to be there. You might be surprised to find out you really do like some people you didn’t think too much of before the party.

2. Dress appropriately
Check with others ahead of time to find out what folks are wearing and adjust your wardrobe accordingly. For ladies, don’t use an evening party as an excuse to dress super sexy. Not a good idea for a work party. But do dress nice.

3. Be on time
This is not a club or a neighborhood gathering. This is a company party. Being ‘fashionably late’ is not appropriate and you might miss out on some of the fun.

4. Mingle
Don’t stick with the same crowd you always hang out with. Go chat with some of the folks you might not normally interact with. You might be surprised how much you have in common

5. Drink responsibly
This is a company party. The bosses are there. You don’t want to show your behind. The best advice is to treat the party as an extension of your work day. You could cause permanent damage to your reputation by getting too tipsy at the party. You might even set a two drink maximum if you think this might be a problem.

6. Eat first before you start drinking
Drinking on an empty stomach is asking for trouble. And be sure to space out your drinks with water and more food.

7. Be helpful
If you see a co-worker getting a little too toasted, step in and have a private chat with them. Explain to them what they are doing and how it appears to other people. If this doesn’t work, call them a cab and get them out of there.

8. Be at work the next day
If you’re the one not at work the next day, you will be the topic of conversation at the office. Don’t be that person. You never know what might be said about you.

9. Go alone
I know you probably want to bring your spouse or significant other, but they really don’t want to be there. You might also find that your special person drinks a little too much and that will directly reflect on you.

10. No talk about work
People want to get away from work and socialize. The last thing they want to do is talk about work. If you are tempted to talk shop, forget about it. It’s never a good idea. If someone does, bring up a different subject.