Questions You Should Ask Yourself about Office Health

It is so easy to get overwhelmed by the day-to-day tasks that keep your business afloat or a quickly approaching project deadline. When your office is especially busy, maintaining workplace positivity is one of the first things to fall by the wayside. While you and your co-workers are on task, working extra hard, and accomplishing… Read more »

How to Best Work with a Staffing Agency

Why do you use temporary employees? To fill in for absentee full-timers? To help you complete special projects? To handle peak seasons? More importantly, how do you use temps? Are you using them to best of their abilities and getting the most return on your investment? Answer that last question with a resounding “Yes!” by following these… Read more »

3 Ways Employee Referral Programs Can Help Your Business

If you are not implementing an employee referral system in your company, you may want to give one some thought. Diligent, motivated employees typically surround themselves with like-minded people and statistics show it; referred employees have higher retention rates and increase employee engagement in their company. Well-designed referral programs identify top prospects that may not… Read more »

Growing Your Career to Become a Leader

Whether you have just stepped into a management position, have been managing a team of employees for years, or are not yet managing others, it is only natural to want to grow in your career. For many workers, growth often starts with being seen as a leader, regardless of where you currently fall on the… Read more »

Hiring the Best Candidates for Your Company (Not the Job)

When it comes to hiring for an open position, finding the right person for the job is key – or is it? While finding a qualified candidate to successfully carry out job responsibilities is of course essential, it is not everything. Today, it is becoming increasingly more important to hire candidates who will be great… Read more »

How to Jumpstart Your Job Search

Has it been awhile since you’ve had an interview or even a call from a potential employer? It may be time to take a look at how you’re conducting your job search. You may need to revise your approach, your materials or your attitude. 1. Do some homework. Once you’ve put your resume on a… Read more »

Conducting Periodic Self-Evaluations

Whether you are only beginning your career, or you have been in the workforce for years, you know that even when working under the direction of a supervisor or as part of a team, no one knows the full extent of your progress at work better than yourself. You may have yearly or semi-annual reviews… Read more »

Retain Your Best and Brightest Talent

Finding and hiring top candidates is only the first hurdle to conquer on your journey to business success. Retaining your best and brightest talent after employing them is incredibly important but is oftentimes overlooked. Keeping your best employees is simply a smart business move. Turnover is costly in time, money, and company morale, so it… Read more »

On-the-Clock Mistake? Here’s How to Fix it

Mistakes are inevitable. After all, we are only human. Generally, mistakes can be easily corrected, and eventually, you can forget about them and move on; making a mistake at work, however, can be much more serious. On-the-clock mistakes can impact your employer and depending on your mistake, even your company’s bottom line can suffer. While… Read more »

Avoid Employee “Culture Shock” in a Growing Company

A growing company is ultimately every organization’s long-term goal; however, it does not always cultivate positive change, specifically where company culture is concerned. Although it is one of the main drivers for the way a company works, organizational culture often goes unnoticed or underappreciated until it’s gone. Unfortunately, losing the foundation of a company’s culture… Read more »