The Secret to Dealing with Frustrated Employees

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Have you observed changes in an employee’s behavior recently? Do you suspect this person is frustrated, but find yourself unsure about what to do? When left unattended, frustration can take a severe toll on your team, as even your most upbeat employees will slowly succumb to the vibes being given off by their frustrated colleagues…. Read more »

The Top 3 Reasons to Develop Relationships With Your Co-Workers

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The relationship between colleagues in the workplace is unique, and many employees aren’t sure how to establish relationships with them outside of the office. At the end of the day, however, when you are able to relate well with your co-workers on unofficial matters, it can positively impact how everyone performs their jobs. In fact,… Read more »

How to Encourage More Confidence in Employees

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How many times have you hired someone who looked to be a dream employee on paper, but once on the job, they just didn’t bring the gusto and job performance you thought they would? There’s a good chance that the problem wasn’t with their skillset or professional abilities but instead in the level of confidence… Read more »

What Do I Put On My Resume If I Do Not Have Experience?

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There’s a first time for everything, and this includes putting yourself out there to land a new job in a field you have no previous experience in. Whether you’re looking for your first job or venturing into a new career field, creating a resume that highlights why you’re the perfect candidate for the job can… Read more »

Beat the Heat and Don’t Become a Statistic

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Summer, along with the warmer temperatures and longer days that it brings, is upon us. While the blazing sun might make for a great day at the beach, the same doesn’t hold true for those who work outside in the heat, or in warehouses and manufacturing facilities that can become excessively warm during the summer months.   Each year, heat–related stress is… Read more »

How to Address Employee PPE Complaints

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Every seven seconds, a worker in the United States is injured on the job. Many of these injuries could be avoided with the proper use of personal protection equipment (PPE), especially in warehouses and manufacturing facilities. Thanks to PPE, the number of workplace accidents is significantly less than it otherwise would be. You would think,… Read more »

How to Manage an Unmanageable Employee

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While difficult employees often create misunderstandings, disrupt day-to-day work and affect team morale, it’s not always possible to fire them immediately. Whether it’s an employee who can’t get along with others, doesn’t respond well to authority or someone who displays insubordination, every manager inevitably deals with at least one difficult employee. Not only are bad… Read more »

Improve Your Email Writing Skills to Send Out the Right Message

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Whether you’re a floor manager or administration assistant, email is a crucial part of daily office communications. With increasing globalization, you need to be an effective email communicator regardless of the job or the industry you work in.  Poor grammar, bad spelling, incorrect names and untidy formatting can result in embarrassing errors. While every email… Read more »

Career Advice That Doubles as Great Life Advice

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A successful career is built by the same factors that contribute to a more fulfilling life: Strong character and purposeful choices. What’s more, being passionate, driven and sincere in our careers directly helps us lead happier lives. As you grow in your career, you look for meaning and satisfaction, interact with people from different walks… Read more »

Ready to Become a Machinist? Start Here!

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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 »