These Are a Few Creative Ways to Show Your Employees Appreciation

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When was the last time you thanked your employees for everything they do for your organization? You’re probably not doing this enough, but trust us, it will make a difference in everything from employee productivity to long-term retention. We know it’s hard to stay on top of employee recognition when you are so busy. But… Read more »

Helpful Tips For Training a New Hire Quicker

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Time is money, so training a new hire quickly and efficiently directly impacts your revenue. Most training time is accelerated today; we don’t have weeks to bring people up to speed in fast-paced and ever-changing work environments. This blog will give you some tips to fast-forward your new hire training to benefit your business.  Time is Not… Read more »

Follow These 3 Tips to Keep Your Temp Employees Engaged

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The data shows that the majority of the American workforce is disengaged. HR teams have been talking about this phenomenon for years, but the situation is harder with some types of workers. Employers have a challenging time finding seasonal and temporary workers that also exhibit the positive quality of being engaged in their jobs. How… Read more »

Learn Tips for How to Keep Your Top Employees from Leaving

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Inc. spells it out, “Without a diverse and inclusive culture, your people may be headed for the door.” That sentence has three keywords in it that you should pay attention to. If you don’t have a diverse, inclusive culture, the latest data shows, your business will lose top talent. Why D&I Matters to Your Business… Read more »

Learn How to Make Employees Feel Valued During COVID-19 

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Employers take note: Now is the time to say thanks to your employees. The holiday season naturally lends itself to the idea that we should be grateful for all we have. It’s an important time for employers to show workers that you appreciate them and that you will get through things together as a team. We have… Read more »

Important Tips for Promoting Collaboration on Your Team

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You’ve heard the old saying, there is no “I” in team. No matter your job or the industry you’re in, collaboration is a critical part of the work you do. If you think of your company like a big machine, having an effective team means that all the gears in your firm’s engine are meshing and working smoothly. That’s the… Read more »

Hiring Tactics To Help You Navigate Uncertain Times

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As we enter the fall season, unemployment rates have improved slightly as businesses have begun reopening around the country. While this is good news, there is still a lot of hiring uncertainty right now as the markets continue to fluctuate in almost every industry. Here are some tactics that may help your company navigate through the winter… Read more »

4 Things HR Leaders Learned During the Shutdown

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been an incredibly difficult experience for almost everyone. The virus has impacted the entire world, from a health perspective to the economic impact, to even changing social norms. HR teams have been reeling from this rollercoaster since the spring, and the negative impact of the virus on our lives isn’t slowing… Read more »

4 Tips For Building a Relationship With Your Temporary Employees

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To build a relationship with your temp employees, relate whenever you can, show your appreciation, ask for feedback and more. Temporary workers are the new normal. According to one article, temp workers are doing everything from building cars to delivering packages, and as many as one in three adults work in a temp role to… Read more »

The Importance of Over Communicating With Employees

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Over communicating with employees avoids confusion, provides purpose, builds a positive company culture, and creates accountability.   We’ve been living in some uncertain times these days. The COVID-19 pandemic, rioting, and looting, and general unrest have created a lot of change and upheaval for many of us. In the best of times, employers need to communicate…. Read more »