How to Review and Set New Goals for Your Team for Higher Productivity This Year

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Effective goal setting is the foundation of a successful year for your business. They help guide your team’s efforts to ensure their hard work leads to tangible results that align with the company’s overall priorities. Here is how to review and set new goals for your team for higher productivity this year:   Assess the… Read more »

Having Trouble Keeping Your Best Employees? Here Are Some Tips On How To Retain Them

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When you successfully hire top talent, the next step is even more important: retention. High turnover rates can have negative effects on your company, including lost productivity, expenses associated with recruiting and training, and lower overall morale. If you are having trouble keeping your best employees, check out these tips on how to retain them:… Read more »

Discrimination In The Workplace? Five Ways To Avoid It

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Workplace discrimination is alarmingly common – 70% of employees surveyed reported having had experienced discriminatory or abusive behavior at work before. Beyond the ethical responsibilities as an employer to ensure employees feel psychologically safe, actions to prevent workplace discrimination must be taken in order to maintain productivity and engagement, as well as improve talent acquisition… Read more »

Useful Ways to Get Remote Employees To Work Together As a Team

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Managing remote employees requires a different strategy than an in-person environment in order to facilitate productivity and collaboration, while also cultivating a positive culture. Although remote work can be advantageous for employees due to having autonomy over their work environment and being able to focus without common workplace distractions, there is a common obstacle managers… Read more »

Working With (Not Around) Employees Who Are Being Challenging

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One of the more difficult aspects of being a manager is handling employees who are having issues not performing and/or behaving to the professional standards you have set. However, you can turn things around if you deal with the situation intentionally. Check out these tips for working with (not around) employees who are being challenging:… Read more »

Ways to Know You Have Found Driven Prospective Employees

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When assessing candidates during the hiring process, one of the most effective predictors of success to identify is self-motivation. When employees have an internal drive to work hard because it is personally fulfilling to them, they are more likely to be productive, engaged team players. How do you spot this trait during the interview process?… Read more »

Temporary to Hire? Why It Can Be Effective in Finding Employees

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Temporary to hire is an employment model in which you work with a staffing company to bring on an employee for a predetermined amount of time – but with the option to extend a permanent offer afterwards. It can provide flexibility you need for an optimal hiring process. Learn more about why temporary to hire… Read more »

7 Ways Employers Can Promote Inclusivity

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June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month, a time to celebrate, affirm, and support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning individuals. Although Pride Month is an opportunity for employers to reflect on and demonstrate their commitment to inclusivity in the workplace, it is something that should be prioritized and communicated to your employees all year long. Learn… Read more »

Are You On Track to Meet Your Mid-Year Goals?

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If you set your annual goals in January, now is the time to check up on how things are going as mid-year approaches. To ensure you are able to achieve your desired results by the end of the calendar year, take some time now to adjust accordingly. Learn more about how to determine if you… Read more »

5 Questions to Start Meaningful Conversations with Candidates

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The more nervous a candidate is during a job interview, the less likely it is you will be able to gain much insight into what type of employee they would be if hired. Having some icebreaker questions prepared can help put your candidates at ease and make the conversation flow more easily. Here are five… Read more »