Tips for Transitioning Back into Work After Being Unemployed

Being unemployed can be stressful in the best of times. You don’t have a salary, and you don’t have the structure and rewards that come from having a job. Currently, being long-term unemployed may be more stressful than it usually is, due to the effects of the coronavirus crisis. Some sectors and industries have been hit especially… Read More »

Interview Tips for People With Eye Contact Anxiety

Some people have anxiety about making eye contact. They may feel very uncomfortable looking directly into someone’s eyes or very shy to do it. They may feel judged or overly scrutinized when making eye contact with someone.  In a job interview, however, it’s very important to make eye contact. People who don’t might be viewed as overly shy… Read More »

5 Ways to Start Saving Your Money

Saving your money is one of the best things you can do financially. Everybody needs a savings account for a rainy day – in fact, most advisors counsel that your emergency savings should equal 3 to 6 months’ worth of salary. Why? Because life is full of unexpected expenses. A car repair, a job loss, or… Read More »

Time to Re-Evaluate Your Company’s 2020 Goals

As we enter June, companies are approaching the half-way point of the year. That’s a great point at which to re-evaluate your company’s yearly goals. But where do companies start? How do you re-evaluate and then get back on track if you fell off?  Define the goals to re-evaluate. The first step is to define… Read More »

National Safety Month: How Is the Digital Age Impacting Safety Standards

Safety is a crucial element in warehouses, manufacturing plants and other industries throughout the United States – and no time is a better time to be reminded of this than June, National Safety Month.   Strong safety records maximize productivity and worker loyalty at the same time. Many safety standards and reminders are communicated both to… Read More »

How to Get Your Company to Bring You On Full-Time

If you’ve taken a temporary or part-time position, what can you do to get the company to bring you on full time? It could be you always wanted full-time work for the stability or salary, or suddenly realized that the company was great and now want to work there always. In either case, here’s how best… Read More »

Tips to Get Your Temps to Embrace Your Company Culture

Company culture is critical for every employee – and that includes temporary employees! Company culture is crucial to the bonding of smooth-functioning teams and ensuring fit among employees (so they can be a team in the first place!).   The more all employees work well together and enjoy each other’s company, the more productive and engaged employees they will be. But ensuring… Read More »

3 Tips to Work Your Way Into a Management Position

Ready for your first management position? You need to actively strategize ways of getting there. Your boss and upper management may think of you specifically in your current role, not in another one. So what can you do to gain an advantage and move up in the company? Utilize these three steps.  Think like a manager – and show you do.… Read More »

Effectively Manage Being Overstaffed and Understaffed

Overstaffing is a problem for managers. If you have too many people to do the available work, you are spending too much for the productivity you have. Left unchecked, it can drain business cash flow and even lead to bankruptcy.  But understaffing can also be a challenge. If you’re understaffed, you have too few people to do… Read More »

4 Ways You Can Tell a Company Values You

Ever wonder if your company values you and your contribution? It can make the difference between being happy where you are and beginning to actively search for a new job where they will appreciate you.  Here are four things that let you know you are valued.    They Appreciate You Most employers, if asked, would say… Read More »