Moving Up – How to Become a Warehouse Supervisor

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If you’re ready to move up from a warehouse team member to a manager position, there are some tricks you’ll need to know to do the job well. What is the job like, and what responsibilities will you have? How can you prepare yourself now for a warehouse supervisor role? This article has the answers… Read more »

What to Do If You Are Nervous About Returning to Work

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As businesses have begun trying to get back to normal, they’ve begun calling furloughed workers back and reopened limited operations to recover from the pandemic. But many workers express that they don’t feel safe about returning to an office or workplace where the COVID-19 virus may be lurking. How can an employee manage their worries… 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 »

Learn How Working a Temp-to-Hire Position Can Benefit Your Career

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There are many benefits of working a temp-to-hire position, including getting to try out the job, exploring a company’s culture and values, getting hired faster, and more. Companies spend around $20 billion on temporary workers each year. Budgets expand and contract with the economy, so temporary workers are great ways for companies to scale up… Read more »

Why You Should Have a Passion Outside of Work

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Having a passion outside of work will help boost your performance at work. It will also increase your confidence, make you more resilient and more. For many people, work is life. Many of us spend more than 40-hours each week immersed in the work we’re doing. It gives us purpose, fulfillment, friendships, and sometimes even… Read more »

5 Ways to Handle Stress at Work

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To manage stress better at work, start your day off right, be clear on requirements, stay away from conflict, talk a walk at lunch, and more. These days, it seems like everyone is worried about something. The economy, the coronavirus, politics, the environment; so many worries are crammed into each day for so many of… 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 »

Learn Important Summer Safety Tips For Warehouse Workers

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While working in a warehouse during the summer, it’s important to stay hydrated, take more frequent breaks, avoid skipping your maintenance schedule, and more.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is quick to cite the alarming statistics; of the more than one million warehouse and construction workers in the U.S., 14 die every day in… Read more »

3 Important Tips for How to Calm Your Nerves Before an Interview

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To calm your nerves before an interview, go for a walk, practice the S.T.O.P method, make an interview cheat sheet, and more. Everyone that interviews for a job gets nervous. Some people show it more than others. There are ways you can prepare by studying the company and the people you’re interviewing with, but how… Read more »

Check Out These 5 Tips For Working Your First Warehouse Job

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Learn important tips for working your first warehouse job, such as buying a good pair of shoes/boots, arriving early, asking a lot of questions, and more. Congratulations on landing your first warehouse job. You’ve landed a role that plays an important role in the logistics industry of supply and demand. Your job may include working… Read more »