The Benefits of Working with a Local Temp Agency

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As an employer, have you ever considered how much easier it would be to have a partner in your corporate recruitment efforts? Imagine having access to a never-ending supply of skilled labor, pre-screened and ready to help your business grow? When you work with a local temp agency that understands your industry and the region… Read more »

7 Ideal Incentives for Hourly Employees

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It takes more than just a generous salary and rewarding work environment to keep hourly employees on board.  High performance employees are looking for the total package.  Smart managers know that in order to improve employee morale and encourage higher levels of productivity from their employees, they need to develop hourly employee incentive programs to… Read more »

Reasons to Use Temporary Staffing for Your Business

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Considering the use of temporary staff as your organization grows and evolves? A staffing agency does not merely provide “warm bodies” for open assignments. Staffing agencies offer multiple benefits to businesses, especially those in high growth or project based industries where employee turnover is an issue. Today’s staffing agency has a wide range of solutions… Read more »

5 Steps for Writing a Candidate Rejection Letter with Tact

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In terms of hiring, not all candidates can be the right fit for your company culture. When this happens, you may face the task of drafting a professional rejection letter to the candidate(s) who did not make the grade. This can be somewhat awkward, particularly if you liked the candidate. However, there are a couple… Read more »

Improve Employee Quality of Work and Life Balance

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Your employees are the lifeblood of your organization. Therefore, taking care of them is paramount to successful HR management. Studies have shown that when employees are fully engaged and satisfied with their employer, they tend to be more productive, loyal, and healthy. Happy employees also tend to miss less work. Having work-life balance is the… Read more »

3 Ways to Improve your Workplace – NOW!

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When we think of spring-cleaning, most of us think about breaking out the mops, cleaning detergents, and some good old hard work. However, spring-cleaning is not just for the home and it does not just apply to cleaning the building. It also means cleaning up your work space to be a better place to work… Read more »

Are You Prepared for the Five Generation Workforce?

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Something amazing has happened in many workplaces around the nation in the last year. With a population of Baby Boomers living longer and putting off retirement, coupled with the latest in high school and college grads in the Generation Y and now Z range – the working world is made up of 5 distinct generations… Read more »

Pre-Hire Executive Traits that Indicate Cultural Fit

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There’s a lot of talk these days about making sure candidates fit well with the corporate culture. This is especially true when it comes to recruiting for executive level roles. Since these folks are at the top of the food chain, it’s critical that they demonstrate the ability to merge with existing cultural values and… Read more »

Understanding the Millennial Candidate | Recruiting Today

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With a whole new generation of young job seekers out there, millennial job candidates (those who have graduated post 2000) have been a bit of a head-scratcher for many recruiters. They’re a different breed of worker as compared with all those who have come before. In order to recruit and hire this new blood, which… Read more »

Crafting a Rejection Letter. Be Respectful

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Ask any Human Resources or Recruiting manager what their least favorite task is and you’ll probably get a unanimous vote about writing candidate rejection letters. However, if you want your company to be viewed as professional and leave candidates with a favorable impression, then drafting thoughtful rejections letters should be part of your recruitment process…. Read more »