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 »

Learn How to Ask for Help When Searching For a Job During COVID-19

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It’s hard to ask for help. Especially if you’re reaching out to a social network of people that you barely know. But how many times have you been told that if you’re searching for a new job, the best way to find one is through your network? How in the world should you do that when everyone is so busy, and there’s a global… Read more »

What You Need to Know About The STAR Interview Method

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It’s very common for interviewers to ask, “Tell me about a time when…” It’s easy to draw a blank on these questions because they aren’t ones you can prepare for. Or can you? This blog will show you how to handle common types of behavioral questions called the STAR interview method.  What is the STAR Interview Method?  The… 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 »

As a Warehouse Worker, You Should Strive to Have These Skills

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In the era of COVID, warehouse workers are highly in demand. These industrial athletes are the backbone of e-commerce fulfillment that keeps America running during what has been a very challenging time. What skills are necessary to land these jobs, and what do you need to excel in these positions?  Top Skills for Warehouse Workers… 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 »

The Top 3 Reasons to Develop a Relationship With Your Co-Workers

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There are a few reasons you should develop relationships with your co-workers, including reducing stress, revealing, and allowing you to leave with support.  How well do you know the people that work beside you? Some rewards come with getting to know your co-workers that go beyond making new friends. This article will share some of… Read more »

4 Tips for Finding a Job Without a Resume

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To find a job without a resume, focus on employers with online applications, network, pitch your candidacy with emails or letters, create an online presence, and more.      If you’re looking for a job and haven’t made a resume yet, don’t worry; you can still find a job. Many workers look for jobs without spending the time-consuming process… Read more »

Why You Should Choose a Night Shift Position

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The world is hard at work, even when you’re asleep. Almost every industry has employees earning money in the evenings while many of us are at rest. This includes everyone from factory workers to first responders. Here are some of the benefits of taking a night shift job and why it may be something for you to consider… 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 »