Methods to Improve Employee Safety

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As a business owner and employer, you have a responsibility to your employees to ensure workplace safety. Training and planning for staff and visitor safety is time-consuming, but when seconds count, that investment is invaluable. Be Proactive When it Comes to Safety The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Census of 2016 reported that there were 5,190… Read more »

Feeling Stressed at Work? Here’s How To Talk To Your Boss About It

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It’s no secret that work can be stressful. But when it is, what should you do? If you were brought up to always keep your life and concerns private, talking to others about stressors is, often difficult.  But such talks can be helpful if you keep a few tips in mind. Schedule a Meeting in… Read more »

Five Things to Add to Your Nightly Routine For a Better Day at Work

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When a day at work leaves you feeling that nothing was accomplished, experts say the culprit might be your nightly routine. The good news is that changing just a few routine behaviors can make a big difference in how you regard the sound of your morning alarm clock. No two individuals are alike, and not… Read more »

Five Reasons Your Business Should Be on Social Media

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As social media has evolved, its dominance in decision-making processes is clear. Figures show that almost half the world’s population uses social media. Numerically, that represents 3 billion people around the world. Put another way, if your business is not on social media, your sales will be well below what they could be. Internet users… Read more »

Is Your Management Style Hindering or Creating Leaders in the Workplace?

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The question of whether leaders are born or made is not a new debate.  However, for all the debate, no true consensus exists. What most can probably agree upon is that strong leaders have the ability to influence others, but the techniques they use to build that influence varies significantly. As a Manager, You Need… Read more »

Three Common Reasons Passive Job Seekers Are Looking For New Opportunities

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Passive job seekers are defined as those not actively seeking a change in employment. But while many may not consider themselves as being “active” in the job market, studies indicate that more than 71 percent of employed individuals are at least open to considering new opportunities. Why New Opportunities Appeal to Passive Job Seekers Generally,… Read more »

This is Why Your Employee Morale is Dropping — Give it a Boost With These 3 Tips

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Employee morale can be defined as the environment that you create through your attitudes and policies. But knowing how to define it and how to fix it when it is low is something else entirely. The good news is it can be fixed. To Improve Employee Morale, Start With a Style Check-Up Fragmented workplaces and… Read more »

Can Your Hiring Process Use Some Spring Cleaning?

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If you have been considering reworking parts of your hiring process, spring is the ideal time to do so. Newly minted graduates are entering the job market and experienced employees often see the spring season as an ideal time to look for new opportunities. For Improved Recruitment Success, Actively Build Your Brand The most prevalent… Read more »

Can Working a Temporary Job Lead You Towards Your Dream Career?

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Have you ever wanted to try out new job opportunities? Ever wondered if you are suited for a particular career field? If so, temporary jobs may be a way to expand your horizons. Currently, it is estimated that U.S. staffing companies hire more than 14 million temporary and contract employees every year, and that number… Read more »

Improve Your Company Culture With These 6 Tips

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The term “company culture” is many things, but in simplest terms it is the personality of the company.  “Culture unleashes the power and energy of every individual in the organization,” said Manish Goel, a board member of Aerospike Inc. “No matter how much work is put into developing strategies, all have to work in an environment… Read more »