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 »

Your Employer Branding Needs Some Work

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  For many companies, employer branding is something usually left to the marketing department and focused on the products or services the business provides. But, there is another type of branding that you need to worry about: your employer branding. At its core, your employer brand is a reflection of your reputation, but it’s focused… Read more »

How to Make – and Keep – Your Employees Happy!

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  Most company leaders understand that happy employees are typically more productive and loyal to the organization. After all, if a worker is satisfied with their employer, they aren’t usually looking for the door and are willing to go the extra mile to get the job done quickly and correctly. But figuring out how to… Read more »

Job Search Confidence Is Key!

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  If you’ve been searching for a new job for a while, it’s hard to maintain your job search confidence. Even just a few rejections can damage your self esteem, making it harder to feel secure about the quality of your resume or your interview prowess. But, staying confident is a critical key to success…. Read more »

No, a Robot Will Not Be Taking Your Position

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  Technological advances can improve workplaces in nearly any industry, but they also leave many people concerned that their job will soon become a victim of the rise of the machines. While it is true that advances like artificial intelligence (AI) can impact how many jobs are done, that doesn’t mean you are at risk… Read more »

Can’t Decide Between Two Job Candidates? Here’s Who to Pick!

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  While having two great job candidates to choose from seems like a happy problem, it’s a problem nonetheless. Ultimately, you only have the ability to offer one of them the position, and that means you have to make a decision fairly quickly. But figuring out which person should be given the role isn’t always… Read more »

What’s Going Wrong at Your Temp Job Interview?

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  While it is sometimes obvious why you didn’t get a position, like seriously botching a question or arriving late to the meeting, certain small mistakes could also be costing you during the temp job interview. First impressions are made up of more than just the responses you provide when speaking with the hiring manager,… Read more »

How to Give Negative Feedback (Without Creating Negative Feelings!)

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  If you provide employees with feedback at the beginning of the year, you’re likely faced with the difficult situation of sharing some points that aren’t necessarily easy to give. Negative feedback is always a challenge, especially when you don’t want to damage the relationship and prefer to help the person succeed. How you give… Read more »

Create a Better Company Dress Code for the New Year

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  Many companies have dress codes to ensure that everyone’s appearance meets a particular standard. However, these policies aren’t revisited often, and specific requirements may be outdated or even discriminatory. In many cases, dress codes disproportionately target women, especially if items like high heels, skirts, or makeup are required. However, they can also be unfair… Read more »

Employers are Going to Ask This Question: Do You Have an Answer Ready?

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  Certain interview questions are favorites among hiring managers, leading candidates to encounter them time and time again. “Where do you see yourself in five years” is one of the tried-and-true favorites, as the seemingly simple inquiry can actually be very revealing. Many job seekers struggle when faced with this interview question, especially since generic… Read more »