Effectively Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce

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Leading a diverse team of employees can be one of the most rewarding opportunities you ever face in your professional career. It can seem like each team member speaks their own language and requires a unique leadership style in order to stay productive and on task. However, what can seem like ashore is an opportunity… Read more »

How to Properly Document Everything as a Manager

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As a manager, it’s essential to take note of nearly everything going on in your workplace. Documentation is critical. But it’s not possible or practical to write everything down word for word. But when it comes to project management, issue resolution, performance, etc., documentation is a manager’s most powerful tool. Here’s how to do it…. Read more »

Why Offboarding is an Essential Part of The Employee Experience

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Welcoming an employee and sending them off again. They seem like two completely opposite activities, but they are two sides of the same coin. Offboarding is, in truth, almost as important to an organization in terms of hiring success, but many organizations fail to leverage this recruiting tool. Here’s why you need to make it… Read more »

Simple Ways You Can Boost Your Company Culture

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Having a positive work environment is everything. Even if the work isn’t always the greatest, you can help control the environment you’re in. Research has shown that company culture is becoming more and more important to candidates entering the modern workforce. For your company to be competitive, that means the culture you create matters to your success.  … Read more »

Are You a New Manager? Avoid These 5 Common Mistakes at Work

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How exciting it is to find yourself in the position of being a new manager. Likely you’ve worked hard to earn the recognition of your employer and your peers to get to this point. But becoming a manager comes with a few obstacles that you should be prepared to overcome. It’s a new skill set… Read more »

The Benefits of Recognizing Your Team’s Success

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Recognition is big in the workplace, no matter which field you may be in. One of the top issues every manager is concerned about when it comes to supervising their workforce is turnover. How do you retain top talent and keep employees interested and engaged in their work? If your default answer is based entirely… Read more »

Spotting a Bad Hire During an Interview

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Hiring a new employee is something that must be done thoughtfully. The cost of hiring the wrong person for the job can be surprisingly high, both in terms of lost productivity but also lost time in having the right person in the role. That’s why it is so critical to spot those warning signs in… Read more »

Make the Most of Your New Hire With These 5 Training Tips

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Inevitably, turnover becomes something employers need to address strategic hiring practices and a robust talent pipeline. Employers generally keep the bar high when making the decision on who to hire, but often new hires are expected to hit the ground running. As a manager, it’s important to accept this reality and pave the way with… Read more »

How Working with a Staffing Partner can Help Find You the Best Passive Candidates

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As an employer, you likely default to interviewing candidates who appear proactive and fully engaged in their job search. But did you know that job-seekers who are currently employed but passively seeking new opportunities can also be an excellent source for high quality hires as well? It’s often one of the least considered hiring strategies,… Read more »

Ways You Can Keep Your Employees Motivated As the End of Year Approaches

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The end of the year can bring a loss of productivity, as motivation wanes and holidays approach. But the end of the year is just as critical a time to get work done as any other time. Here is how you can combat this seasonal slowdown for your employees and make sure your team is… Read more »