Don’t Scare Away Employees With Your Bad Company Reputation

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Your company reputation plays a large role in areas like recruitment and retention. If your business becomes known as a bad employer, you aren’t going to be able to secure the top talent you need to thrive. Even a few negative employee reviews can be incredibly damaging. Thanks to technology, current and former workers can… Read more »

The Best Ways to Start and End Your Days at Work

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Do you take the time to set yourself up for success at the beginning and end of each workday? Often, managers simply dive into their tasks the minute they walk through the door, and they don’t stop until it’s time to head home. But, if you spend a bit of time at the start and… Read more »

Your Secret Weapon in the War for Talent: Innovation!

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Typically, innovation is seen as a means of staying ahead of competitors. New products, exciting services, or technology solutions that improve efficiency can all help your company be more productive. However, innovation now has a new role in business: Assisting with recruitment and retention to help win the war for talent. Having an innovative brand,… Read more »

5 Changes You Can Make to Improve Employee Well-Being

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Employee well-being can have a substantial impact on business. When workers are stressed, productivity can fall, mistakes can increase, and tension can rise. In contrast, happy workers tend to be more efficient, engaged, and focused. While it may seem that employee well-being is largely out of your control, that doesn’t mean you can’t have an… Read more »

3 Tips for Creating a More Inclusive Work Environment

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Having a diverse workforce can provide you with a number of benefits. It introduces varying perspectives into the environment and can lead to increased innovation. Your staff may have a wider range of skills and experiences, allowing them to collectively bring more to the table. In some cases, your talent pool may even grow, especially… Read more »

Start Your Onboarding Process Before Employees’ First Day

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Transitioning to a new job is stressful for nearly every new hire. The process of leaving their previous employer can be draining, and anxiety about what the future hold is common. Most managers want the new employee to be able to hit the ground running. However, this is challenging to accomplish if you don’t take… Read more »

Here’s Where to Find the Best Employees for Mississippi’s Hottest Summer Jobs

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When you need to find great employees for summer jobs, you need to take a different approach during the recruitment phase. Placing vacancy announcements on national job boards may not yield the results you are hoping for, particularly if you need to find candidates quickly. Luckily, there are options that are ideal for filling summer… Read more »

Should You Hire That “Job Hopper?”

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  Most hiring managers have been trained to see frequent job changes as an immediate red flag, leading them to discard resumes featuring a pattern of “job hopping” fairly quickly. However, automatically dismissing these candidates could be a mistake. In some cases, having multiple employers in a relatively short period could actually be a positive… Read more »

Kick Off Your Employee Wellness Program This Summer

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  As more candidates place a high amount of value on company culture, having a strong employee wellness program can work in your favor, both from a recruitment and retention standpoint. While starting or improving your offering seems like a difficult task, it doesn’t have to be a challenge. In fact, you could kick off… Read more »

Why Your Business Should Focus on Employee Collaboration

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  If your goal is to craft a company culture that promotes innovative thinking and the sharing of unique ideas, employee collaboration needs to be a priority. When small groups of employees work toward achieving a shared goal or solving a problem, the results tend to be more creative and productive than if only one… Read more »