What Is Your Priority as a Manager?

It’s very easy to become overly busy as a manager. In fact, many would say it comes with the territory! But you also must show and demonstrate the ability to prioritize and manage. So how can you do those things instead of being overwhelmed with work from every direction? Here’s how.    Prioritize by looking at… Read More »

4 Ways to Ensure Diversity at Your Company

Hiring for diversity has become a massive issue in America, fighting for racial and ethnic equality and fair treatment. These issues also stem from the increasing diversity of the United States.  But how can companies ensure they are hiring for diversity? Here are four ways to do so.    Grow Your Outreach and Networking Pipelines… Read More »

Dead-End Interview? Here Is How You Can Politely Wrap it Up

Every once in awhile, hiring managers begin an interview … and then realize that the interview is a dead end. The candidate isn’t who you’re looking for. There’s no reason to continue the interview since it isn’t going anywhere, and the candidate isn’t who you are looking for.   But how should you wrap up a dead-end interview? Here are several tips.  … Read More »

Should Your Company Keep in Contact With Former Employees?

Should you let the relationship with a former employee fade, or do you maintain it? The rise in social media makes it much easier to keep in contact with former employees if your company wants to. But is it a good idea?  Frankly, the answer to the question may hinge on the company’s perception of the employee. Here’s a… Read More »

Has Your Company Thought About Offering Unlimited Sick Days?

Roughly 85% of full-time employees and 74% of all workers receive paid sick days as a benefit. Usually, workers are allocated a certain number of sick days based on some standard, such as length of service. They can also be part of a general paid time off (PTO) category, which includes vacation time and personal days off,… Read More »

Are Flexible Hours Plausible in the Industrial Field?

Over the last decade, flexible hours have become a huge workplace trend in many businesses. But is it possible to develop flexible hours for industrial workers?   Many manufacturing and production firms are creating flexible hours for their employees. It helps, though, to understand a distinction between industrial jobs and other types of work in which… Read More »

Looking for a New Healthcare Opportunity? Here’s How to Do it FAST!

If you’re looking for a job in healthcare, you’re in luck. The number of opportunities in healthcare are very high and expected to rise. New medical methods and technologies are driving some of the increase, as is the forecast climb in the number of older people. Older people, in general, need more healthcare and medical… Read More »

How Can You Help Your Team Focus This Summer?

Summer is a beautiful time of year. But it’s beauty can make it hard for your team to focus at work. The weather beckons. Children are out of school. Let’s face it, even adults keep the school-age focus on summer as a “different” time of year: one that’s more leisurely, with plenty of time for… Read More »

3 Signs Your Employees Are Unhappy

Unhappy employees can be challenging. More importantly, they can damage the workplace. They are usually far less productive, and their lack of productivity can affect both the teams they are part of and the entire output of the company. They often have poor morale as well, and that can infect co-workers. Unhappy employees may also… Read More »

Why Employee Referral Programs Are Good for Business

What if the ideal applicant would just drop into your lap? With relatively little effort on your part, that’s exactly what employee referral programs can promise. Though it might sound too good to be true, the benefits of these programs are even more far reaching than you might believe. Here’s why referral programs should be… Read More »