3 Ways to Help Your Team Start 2020 Off on the Right Foot

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It doesn’t seem possible, yet the calendar tells us that it’s almost time to say farewell to another year. This time of year is often filled with a certain level of chaos in the workplace. There’s a balance between wrapping up Q4 and finalizing year-end numbers, as well as dealing with the holidays and how… Read more »

5 Ways Clerical Workers Can Organize Their Workday

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You’ve arrived at the office and settled in for another day’s worth of work. You look at the start of the new day with a sense of optimism, that is until you take a look at your agenda. There seems to be a never-ending list of to-dos, with more being piled on by the minute…. Read more »

4 Interview Questions Managers are Asking Tech Candidates

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It doesn’t matter how much experience you have, or how certain you are of your ability to land the job – preparing for an interview can leave your nerves frazzled. How you project yourself, and the confidence you exude during the interview will likely play a significant part in the employer’s hiring decision. You want… Read more »

Making a Decision When You’re Torn Between Two Great Candidates

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Finding the right candidate for the job isn’t always easy. In an economy that’s favorable for many industries, the demand for qualified workers exceeds the supply. Candidates are in the position to be selective about the positions they apply for and can leave hiring managers with a limited talent pool to choose from. Considering this,… Read more »

5 Easy Ways to Show Appreciation to Temp Workers

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It’s no secret that companies where employees feel valued and appreciated are more productive, rewarding places to work – which equates to success on every level. There are plenty of ways to express gratitude to permanent employees, however temp workers are often left out of the equation. Companies that work with temporary workers understand that… Read more »

3 Ways to Say Goodbye to a Job Without Burning Bridges in the Process

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Quitting a job is never easy, even when the “split” is amicable. There are a lot of dynamics that play into leaving your place of employment, and depending on the reason’s why you’re saying good-bye, it can happen that you end up leaving on less than the best terms. While you might be fine washing… Read more »

5 Things You Can Do to Encourage Professional Development Among Your Team

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When you bring a new employee on board, it’s usually with the assumption that this person will grow from a professional standpoint over time. What isn’t always taken into consideration is how that growth will happen. The type of employee development your business needs doesn’t happen on its own, instead it needs to be encouraged… Read more »

4 Ways to Avoid Scaring Off Employers with a Promising, Polished Resume

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This time of year Halloween has us on our toes, never knowing when the next spooky ghost or goblin is going to come jumping out from around the corner. We tend to expect the unexpected this time of year, but if there’s one place where the scare factor doesn’t belong, it’s your resume. When you’re… Read more »

4 Ways to Prevent Back Injuries at Work

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It’s estimated that 80% of adults will experience back pain at some point in their lives, with work-related back injuries being among the most common culprits. People who work in warehousing, manufacturing and other light industrial industries are at the greatest risk due to the physical nature of their jobs. Employers have a certain level… Read more »