Service: the Key to Greatness

DaMar pays homage to George Washington Carver one of the greatest thinkers, servants and humanitarians in U.S. history. George Washington Carver was an American botanist and inventor. During his lifetime, he developed 325 products from peanuts, 108 products from sweet potatoes, 75 applications of pecans, 118 industrial products from agricultural products and over 500 dyes from the plants.  

Dr. Carver worked day and night to make various products including peanut butter, shampoo, milk, cheese, mayonnaise, instant coffee, flour, soap, plastics and pickles.  He did not profit from his discoveries; he gave them to mankind. He was never interested in the profit.  He believed God gave them to him and did not think it was right to sell them to someone else.

Ready to Go the Extra Mile
“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, and to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

DaMar Staffing is keeping the legacy alive by serving clients, candidates and the community. Our team thrives on helping or doing work for others. DaMar will treat you and your people with respect and professionalism. You can expect the DaMar team to listen to you and learn what needs are important.  By asking thorough questions our team will better understand you, your company and your open positions.

DaMar Staffing Solutions is a certified Women Owned Business Enterprise, registered to do business with the state of Indiana, City of Indianapolis, a SBA 8(a) participant and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) certification as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE). 

DaMar Staffing shares Wozniak’s vision and passion for creative thinking and problem solving.

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INSPIRITED TO INNOVATIVE

Think Apple, who comes to mind-Steve Jobs? Not Steve Wozniak, who is the person that kicked off the personal computer revolution. Steve’s vision and passion for creative thinking and problem solving inspired him to invent the desktop computer. Before he designed the Apple II, computers were not available to ordinary people.

Steve single-handedly designed all the hardware and software for the Apple II, all while working his day job at Hewlett-Packard. Wozniak and Steve Jobs founded Apple Computer in 1976. Wozniak was a technical visionary and Jobs had mesmerizing energy, it was a powerful team. Apple went public in 1980, creating more instant millionaires than any other company up to that point.

DaMar Staffing shares Wozniak’s vision and passion for creative thinking and problem solving. We’re inspired by his dedication and tenacity. Woz changed lives and therefore changed the world.  DaMar wants to inspire clients and employees to be better.     

Under Tiffany Thompson’s leadership, DaMar focuses on offering effective solutions to real staffing problems to give your business growth opportunities. DaMar provides total HR consulting from research to cost effective, on demand and flexible recruiting solutions.


Now is the Time to Make Your Move.

The job market is very competitive. Each individual seeking a new position needs to be prepared to “standout.” Companies looking to hire staff today have set their bar high; experience doesn't guarantee success. It’s a tough job market out there, so follow these four hunting tips to improve your success:

1) Keep your profile information current

2) Do your homework

3) Challenge yourself and the interviewer

4) Ask yourself and the interviewer why?

 Tip No. 1: Keep your profile information current.  You hear repeatedly that it is important to network and be present on social media. But, it does you no good if you don’t have current and correct information available. When was the last time you updated your information? It isn’t good enough to do a resume and put online and leave it there indefinitely. If you move or change jobs, it is vital that you update your information. People don’t realize how many potential job opportunities they’ve missed out on because they weren’t keeping their profiles up to date.

Tip No. 2: Do Your Homework. Do not send out mass resumes.  Select 3-5 companies you would really like to work for and target that group for employment. Gather background information; learn as much as you can about the products/services the company offers. Get the mission statement, how many employees are there, etc.; take a trip to visit each company and tour the offices before you set up an interview. 

Tip No. 3: Challenge yourself and the interviewer.  Be prepared to standout and nail your interview. Most people don’t tell the truth during interviews; the interviewer or the interviewee. People will say whatever they think the other person wants to hear. Each person plays a role during the job interview. That means the interviewer may oversell the job position and the interviewee kisses up to the interviewer. “Pretending and lying” doesn't help anybody; it doesn’t help the company or you. A poor job fit is miserable for everyone. Challenge yourself and the interviewer to “keep it real.”

 Tip No. 4: Ask your interviewer why? When you secure an interview, be prepared to ask great questions. Don’t simply become a talking head, but get involved in a discussion. Ask the interviewer to explain how the hiring process will work. Ask him/her to describe the perfect candidate who would succeed in the role; and why? Inquire how the last person (in that position) handled the job? Listen and offer good and thoughtful answers to the interviewer questions.

 Job seekers today face increased challenges and companies feel that each new hire is critical to its success.  If you follow these tips it will help you stay at the top of your game.

For more information on career opposition, contact Tiffany Thompson, DaMar Staffing at Tiffany.thompson@damarstaffing.com or 317.566.8320.


National Association of Women Business Owners - Indianapolis Announces 2014 Visionary Award Winners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 18, 2014
 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS - INDIANAPOLIS
ANNOUNCES 2014 VISIONARY AWARD WINNERS

"Tiffany Thompson of Damar Staffing Solutions
receives the Entrepreneur Scholarship."

INDIANAPOLIS - Over 700 people, including Indiana Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann, and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard joined in a celebration Indiana's women entrepreneur's during the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-Indianapolis) eleventh annual Visionary Awards Luncheon presented by PNC Bank Wednesday, December 18, 2014.

This year, four individuals were honored for their achievements as business owners and leaders in the community. The 2014 Visionary Award winners were: 

Avatar of the Year: Kelly Lynn, Kelly Lynn Photography
Indianapolis Choice:  Richard Wise, Citizens Energy Group
Member of the Year: Ann Fisher, HR Alternative Consulting
Woman Business Owner of the Year: Jill Hall, Reprographix

NAWBO-Indy presented its annual Entrepreneur Scholarship to Tiffany Thompson of Damar Staffing. The NAWBO-Indianapolis Entrepreneur Scholarship will provide Thompson with financial resources to pursue executive level education to enhance her personal and professional growth. Last year, Ms. Thompson won the Avatar of the Year award from NAWBO-Indy.

For more information about NAWBO-Indianapolis membership, programs and activities visit www.nawboindy.org.