Important Tips to Properly Research a Company’s Culture

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Culture matters. Why? Because one in four American workers wake up dreading their job.  Workplace toxicity contributes to these feelings, making the job an uncomfortable, frustrating experience. It’s so bad that one in five U.S. workers say they’ve searched for a new job because the culture at their old job was so bad. If you’re… 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 »

Follow These Simple Tips to Be Happier and More Productive

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For a lot of people, the idea of being happy at work seems like an unattainable goal. Given that humans probably spend more time at work than just about anywhere else, staying happier in our jobs is important. When we’re happy, we are more productive, which will make our employers happier. We have a few… Read more »

Need to Brush Up on Your Interviews Skills? Here’s How

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Interviewing is a cutthroat business. If you say the wrong thing, there’s probably someone waiting in the wings to take the job away from you. A good job interview can not only land you the job, but it could also increase the financial offer that comes along with it. No pressure, right? Interviewing well takes… 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 »

Are You Feeling Burnt Out at Work? Here’s How to Tell 

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The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a lot of strain on all of us. It’s caused many of us to begin to experience the signs of burnout—and some of you won’t even recognize it. This blog will help you know when burnout is seeping into your work life and what you can do to turn things around.  Recognizing… Read more »

This is How You Can Tell You’ve Had a Successful Job Interview

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You can tell you’ve had a good job interview when the interview ran longer than scheduled, the interviewer’s body language cues were positive, the conversation flowed naturally, and more.    Interviewing is a stressful process that inevitably leaves you with self-doubt. Even if you think you nailed the interview, 24-hours later (or less), you’re probably second–guessing yourself. But there are… 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 »

This is How to Show Off Your Hard and Soft Skills in Your Job Search

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Most employers look for the right combination of hard and soft skills in the candidates they’re interviewing. They need both to ensure the right mix of technical and personal skills to fulfill the job requirements and fit the culture. This blog will help you understand the difference between these two skillsets and how to play… Read more »

Learn How to Write a Great Resume When You Don’t Have a Degree

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If you don’t have a college degree, the chances are high that you might be competing with a candidate that does. While we all know that on-the-job experience can trump a degree in some instances, sometimes employers place a lot of emphasis on a two- or four-year college credential. In our opinion, an employer should… Read more »