Has COVID Killed the Traditional Office?

Even though it’s been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the workspace of most businesses has yet to return to normal. But for many employers and employees alike, that’s quite alright. Remote work began as safety measures to “slow the spread,” but after a longer bout of staying home, much of the workforce… Read More »

Is Your Company Adapting to the Changing Market?

The job market has seen quite a few fluctuations in the last couple of years, and one of the biggest concerns for managers is how to find the best job candidates, no matter the market and economy. To attract the right candidates, companies must stay competitive. But what does that mean? Here are a few… Read More »

Are You Understaffed? Here are Some Tips for Managing

A common headache for human resources professionals is keeping an office running smoothly with the right amount of employees to not be overstaffed or understaffed. More often, managers have a harder time keeping an adequate number of employees hired to keep up with work.  Unfortunately, being understaffed can cause major issues for the workplace and… Read More »

What is Your Company’s Tolerance for Lack of Attendance?

Remember the days when you could discipline your employees for being late or not showing up without much thought? During that same time, employees often understood that it was a performance standard to show up on time to work or give appropriate notice in the rare case of an emergency. However, behavioral and cultural shifts… Read More »

Things that Happen When You Take a Blind Eye to Bad Safety Practices

In most companies, safety practices are often grandfathered in with the original management. Over time, it’s important to consider if safety practices need to be updated to reduce workplace hazards and injuries.  While companies may have established safety practices, if they are only focused on one area of risk, the entire company could be overlooking… Read More »

7 Things You Can Do to Increase the Profitability of Your Business

Business owners and managers should understand the fundamentals of how to run a successful company. While each managerial position varies in responsibilities, it’s important that all leaders understand the difference between profitability and revenue. A business only makes a profit when they have money left over after paying all other expenses. In fact, many companies… Read More »

How Social Media is Now Playing a Large Role in Recruitment

There’s no doubt that social media has shaped much of how the world socializes, does businesses, and even recruits employees. Hiring managers and recruiters always need to dig deeper and do further screening to find the best candidate for the open position. Social media is perfect for this task.  3 Reasons Social Media is Important… Read More »

Change the Game with Stay Interviews

You’re probably familiar with the exit interview, but stay interviews are a less popular practice that can change the game for creating a healthy company for your employees. Instead of conducting interviews when employees already decide to leave, stay interviews are meant to help you understand what employees value most about the company and why… Read More »

Create a Company Culture Your Employees Want to Rave About

In the last several years, more companies are focusing on creating a positive company culture. This is an important task because a positive work environment has a long list of benefits, including employee retention and overall financial success. 6 Compelling Benefits of a Positive Company Culture It’s a good idea to take some time and… Read More »