Is Your Newest Hire Not Working Out? Here’s What You Can Do

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Although new hires will have an initial adjustment period, it’s crucial to take immediate action if you’re concerned that your latest employee doesn’t seem to be acclimating into the role. You can either get the employee on the right track, or if they are realistically beyond improving enough to get to a satisfactory level, you… Read more »

Tips on Writing an Attractive Job Description

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Writing job descriptions may appear to be straightforward, but it requires more strategy than just compiling a quick list of duties and qualifications. The amount of effort you devote to creating a comprehensive job posting that clearly and succinctly describes the job and the ideal candidate will pay off by attracting more qualified applicants. Check… Read more »

4 Ways to Support and Retain Working Parents

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According to the Department of Labor, parents comprise a significant amount of the entire working population – 71.2 percent of mothers and 92.3 percent of fathers with children under the age of 18 were employed in 2020. If you fail to take the necessary steps to allow your working parent employees the work-life balance they… Read more »

Safety Measures All Employers Should Provide in 2021

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June is National Safety Month, intended to raise awareness of potential hazards that contribute to accidental injuries and fatalities. After dealing with COVID-19 for more than a year, 2021’s National Safety Month is the time to focus on how to navigate workplace safety as the pandemic begins to improve. Learn more about the safety measures… Read more »

5 Non-Monetary Incentives to Offer Your Employees

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Engaged employees are the catalyst for your company’s success, but unfortunately, workplace engagement is not that common. According to a Gallup survey from September of 2020, only 36% of employees consider themselves engaged or “highly involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace.” Improving engagement leads to higher motivation and productivity –… Read more »

The Difference Between Being a Leader & Being a Boss

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If you are responsible for managing a team of employees, it’s crucial to have an intentional strategy in place. The most effective managers opt to lead their teams to excel rather than simply boss them around and give orders. Learn more about the difference between being a leader and being a boss: Leaders Communicate the… Read more »

How to Help Your Team Achieve Their 2021 Goals

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After an unprecedentedly challenging year, 2021 especially feels like a clean slate for many people. However, just because your employees’ motivation levels may be high, that alone isn’t sustainable for keeping them on track to accomplish their goals. Learn more about how to help your team achieve their 2021 goals:     Collaborate for Clarity    You can’t… Read more »

Thoughtful Ways to Show Your Staff Appreciation This Holiday Season

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2020 has been a particularly challenging year, so this holiday season, it’s more important than ever to keep your team’s morale up. Taking the time and effort to express your gratitude to your employees can help them realize their hard work truly matters and is valued. Check out these thoughtful ways to show your staff… Read more »

How to Create a Company Culture that Attracts Top Talent

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The employers who are the most desirable to the most-in demand candidates generally have a strong company culture. In order to be a company that gets top talent excited about the prospect of working for, you must prioritize cultivating a positive work environment. Learn more about how to create a company culture that attracts top… Read more »

Help! My Team Is Burned Out

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Employee burnout is a very common issue impacting workplaces across industries – according to Gallup, 76% of employees experience burnout “sometimes,” and 28% experience it “very often.” It can negatively affect your organization due to decreased productivity, lower morale and engagement, and higher healthcare costs and absenteeism. If your team is suddenly cynical, less productive, tired,… Read more »