How to Avoid Summer Burnout in a Light Industrial Workplace

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Summer burnout is all-too-common in a light industrial workplace, and all other workplaces around the world. Who really wants to be stuck in an office or on a job site when the sun is shining and the breeze is strong? No one! During beautiful days at work, many people find themselves dreaming of vacation, sitting… Read more »

How to Tell When You’re About to Lose Your IT Job

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Losing a job can be one of the worst events in anyone’s career. It can cause both financial and emotional devastation and it can also result in long-term career harm. This is why it’s important that all working professionals have a sense of the signs when they may be fired from their job. In the… Read more »

8 Customer Service Policies Your Staff Need to Follow

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In the day of online review sites, the need for great customer service is now more important than ever. An unhappy customer will have posted a negative review about your company within minutes of receiving poor service, and if you have enough people doing that, your reputation can quickly become tarnished. The good news is… Read more »

10 Tips For Keeping Employee Morale High this Fall

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With the fall season upon us, many employees will hit a lull because they miss the summer vacations and the beautiful, warm weather. Because of this, you will need to keep employee morale as high as possible. Here are 10 tips that should help your staff with their morale levels this fall. Schedule an Outdoor… Read more »

Failure Can Be a Great Career Mentor!

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People who have failed throughout their career can attest to the fact that it helped them immensely moving forward. Failure is a common part of a career and should almost be expected. Not everyone will get it right the first time, or succeed the minute they are handed their diploma. Failure can actually be a… Read more »

How to Tell If You Love Your Job (and if you don’t)

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Do you love your job, or are you merely earning a paycheck? The old saying goes, “If you love what you do, you won’t work a day in your life.” This is very true for millions of professionals across the country, while others have yet to find something they love when it comes to work…. Read more »

The Real Cost of Employee Turnover

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Employee turnover is a problem that many companies face, but do not know how to handle. The higher a turnover rate a company has, the more likely it is that the remaining employees will resent their jobs. When you can cut down on employee turnover, you can save money as a company and keep remaining… Read more »

Reasons New Employees Don’t Survive – How You Can Set Them Up for Success

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As an employer, you have spent time and money finding the perfect candidate for a job opening at your company. However, while you have found a candidate that fits your specifications, including his work experience, educational background, and unique skill set, this doesn’t necessarily mean that he will be a good fit for your company…. Read more »

8 Quick Tips for Successful Annual Employee Evaluations

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The annual employee evaluations you do play a significant role in your investment in your biggest asset: your employees. Evaluations are incredibly important because they provide direction to employees. Are they doing a good job? What do they need to improve on? Where do you need them to be in three months, six months or… Read more »

5 Ways to Get Ready for Your Annual Performance Review

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Your annual employee performance review is coming up. Is there anything you can do right now to ensure you get the results you want? Most employers make this a time to discuss both what you think of your job and what they think of the job you are doing. While much of the development of… Read more »