Tips for Building Strong Relationships with Your Employees

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Employers, listen up: It’s a candidate’s market now. The reality of the job market is that there are 11 million open positions in every job category right now. This means employers must not only create a great candidate experience, they must also build the kind of work environment where employees feel supported and nurtured. Building… Read more »

Retaining Your Best Employees Takes Purposeful Planning

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Retention of your existing employees is going to be the big issue in 2022. Why? In addition to the more than four million workers who switched jobs last year, another 23% of the American workforce say they’re planning on job jumping in the New Year. Why are they quitting? A new poll shows most are… Read more »

This What Your Employees Need to Be Successful

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What do your employees want? Managers everywhere are asking themselves this today if simply because the labor shortage requires it. Fortunately, there is plenty of research available today that can help you answer this question. There are also plenty of companies that can help you poll your workforce to confirm these answers. This blog has… Read more »

Learn How to Use Your Company’s Culture to Attract Candidates

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Today, if you want to snag candidates for your jobs, you need to learn to sell the company culture first. Why? Because it’s often the differentiator between attracting and losing candidates when you’re going head-to-head with another company competing for the same job applicants. Culture is the intangible and tangible environment that makes or breaks… Read more »

5 Reasons Why Transparency is Important in the Workplace

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A transparent workplace builds trust between management and their staff on the ground. Trust is critical between employers and employees and vice versa. If your workforce feels like they can’t trust their managers, it creates a cultural ripple that could eventually ignite and cause the workforce to lose productivity and ultimately find new places to… Read more »

Building Confidence in Your Employees is Essential

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If you’re a manager, you may undervalue the notion of confidence in your workforce. Confidence helps your employees take on new tasks, interact better with your team, and it will help you avoid micromanaging your teams for these tasks. What is confidence? How can you build it in your work teams? How will it benefit… Read more »

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 »