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 »

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 »

Managers Play an Important Role in Employee Well-Being

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The lessons from Gallup’s 2017 article linking employee well-being with their manager’s efforts apply more than ever today when we are in the thick of a global pandemic. Here’s what Gallup had to say about the important role managers play in their employee’s well-being and how it applies to 2020. Worker Well-Being and Performance Gallup… Read more »

How to Write a Great Resume in 2020

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To have a great resume in 2020, it must be easily scannable, there should be clear examples of your achievements, choose your words carefully, and more. Even in an era of social media networks, your resume is still incredibly important for landing a job. This year, the best way to ensure your resume is noticed… Read more »

Tips For Making Your Employees Happier in 2020

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To make your employees happier in 2020, work on building a company culture that thrives, offer development and learning opportunities, and foster employee well-being. It’s a simple rule of thumb; happier employees are more productive. There have been countless studies showing this, and also dozens more that show disengaged workers are a detriment to your… Read more »

These Resume Points Immediately Stick Out to Recruiters

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A few things on your resume that immediately stick out to recruiters include clear and concise formatting, organized information, quantified results, well-crafted descriptors, and more. You have about seven seconds to get the attention of an average recruiter. The statistics say that’s about what they spend on the first pass of your resume. While that… Read more »

4 Ways To Help Your Employees Improve Productivity

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When it comes to productivity, employees can’t be managed in the same way. That’s because some employees just naturally exude productivity, juggling life commitments and work responsibilities. But other employees seem to procrastinate or just simply stay focused long enough to reach their full potential. How can managers get these employees to increase their efforts… Read more »

Are You Feeling Stressed at Work? Here’s What To Do

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Your job may be killing you. Chronic, persistent stress has been medically proven to cause everything from obesity to Alzheimer’s, diabetes to depression, according to WebMD. While we all experience on-the-job stress, too much of it can negatively affect your performance at work as well as your health at well-being. How can workers turn the… Read more »