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Managing a team of employees often leads to working with many different types of people. To effectively communicate with each employee in a way they will understand and will motivate them, it helps to glean a basic understanding of each key player’s personality type. Being able to adapt to each unique personality type one on… Read more »

During periods of rising unemployment numbers, it can be difficult to weed out the job seekers looking for “any job” from the quality candidates seeking your position specifically. Finding these quality candidates, then determining if they will be a good fit for your company and culture tends to be easier said than done, especially amidst… Read more »

In today’s fast-paced world, people have short attention spans, and recruiters and hiring managers are no exceptions to the rule. For better or worse, our brains are programmed to make quick judgments about the people we meet. When it comes to impressing someone who has a strong say in whether you will be offered a… Read more »

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With four unique generations now sharing the workplace, 2013 is a very interesting and exciting period in American workforce history. The most recent addition to the workforce is the Millennials. More than 12-million strong, the Millennials, also commonly referred to as Generation Y, are the largest demographic to enter the workforce since the baby boomers…. Read more »

From time to time, accidents will happen in the workplace. Implementing an active safety program throughout your company can help prevent such unfortunate incidents, in turn, saving your business money on workers’ compensation claims and improving your bottom line. Although they are not difficult to put in place, effective safety programs require careful planning, comprehensive… Read more »

A common misconception among many job seekers today is that all interviewers are exactly the same. While many interviewers do follow similar formats, personality and interview styles vary and both can greatly impact the outcome of an interview. Stakes are high during an interview; if you misread the personality of the hiring manager, it could… Read more »

Bigger is not always better when it comes to recruiting top candidates. In fact, small companies can actually be at a great advantage for attracting new hires. The reason why so many employees today enjoy working for smaller companies is simple: the culture. If you’re looking to add some great new talent to your team,… Read more »

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 »

A proven hiring process is one that works. While this statement is true, it is important to keep in mind that your company’s hiring process should be an ongoing work in progress. Just because your current process is successful does not mean you should rely on that process solely. What may seem “perfect” now will… Read more »