Our Blog


Don’t Overstaff: How to Achieve Maximum Operational Efficiency

Posted

Finding the right employee balance can be tricky. You want to make sure you have a full-enough roster to make sure that all the necessary work and day-to-day work is covered. You also want to be able to have the ability to pull people in on new projects or people who are available to help… Read more »

Ready to Become a Machinist? Start Here!

Posted

Becoming a machinist is a great career choice for anyone with a methodical mind, good problem skills, and a knack for putting things together. This career has a good average starting salary for most positions, and according to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for machinists is expected to grow 10 percent through… Read more »

Do You Have These 6 Important Skills to Work at a Front Desk?

Posted

Front desk workers are the face of any business and often the first point of contact that a customer might have with that organization. It’s a position that requires a certain skill set and abilities. If you’re interested in getting a position as a front desk employee and serving as an ambassador for a company,… Read more »

How to Stay Healthy When You Work Long Hours

Posted

Staying healthy during long workweeks can be a job in itself. If you’re working 60+ hour workweeks or 12- hour days, your body can easily become more fatigued, leaving your immune system stressed and weakened. Plus, working around other people for long hours puts you in contact with germs and bacteria for longer stretches of… Read more »

Why New Employees Should Never Be Afraid to Speak Up at Work

Posted

The first few months on a new job is an exciting time, but it can also be a bit intimidating. Everyone around you are seasoned veterans, and here you are the “newbie” who has so much to learn. This general attitude can cause even the most confident person to feel a little trepidatious about speaking… Read more »

Why Hands-On Managers are Masters at Productivity and Growth

Posted

Few people find themselves in management positions without working their way through the trenches to arrive there. This means that on your way to a senior level position, you probably worked under at least one manger who just didn’t get it and was essentially ineffective in their position as a result. Your goal is to… Read more »

How and When to Place an Internship on Your Clerical Resume

Posted

For many recent graduates and college students, obtaining an internship is the first step toward stable future employment. The current job market in America is competitive at best, and discouraging at worst. This is especially true if you have little on-the-job experience. For this reason, you should never hide an internship at the bottom of… Read more »

Can Bad Credit Keep You from Landing the Job? Here’s What You Need to Know

Posted

When you’re about to land an employment opportunity that you’re really excited about, the last thing you want to deal with is your past coming back and threatening your chances at landing the job. If you squirm in your seat every time that a prospective employer mentions a credit check, trust that you’re not alone…. Read more »

Improve Workplace Culture by Giving Your Employees a Voice

Posted

Every business is expected to follow good management practices. One of the most important, yet underappreciated, practices involves listening to your employees and lending them a voice. But can you afford to take such a big risk? What if your employees damage your reputation, become angry, or refuse to focus on their work? These myths… Read more »

How and Why You Should Get Better at Asking for Help

Posted

Business owners are quick to complain about the lack of cooperation between their employees – but the problem is based less on the number of people willing to give assistance, and more on the number of people unwilling to ask for it. For many people, asking for help feels like admitting weakness. Employees want to… Read more »