Cost-Effective Hiring: 4 Ways Staffing Firms Save Mississippi Companies Money

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In the world of business, every process needs to be cost-effective. The company’s expenses dramatically impact the bottom line, so you have to manage them properly. One of the biggest costs organizations tend to overlook is hiring. Recruitment processes can be shockingly expensive. Plus, they require a significant amount of time and attention, taking managers… Read more »

Mid-Year Review Time? How to Get the Most Out of Performance Evaluations

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At many companies, June is the time for mid-year reviews. It lets managers touch base with employees about their performance, creating opportunities to gauge progress toward goals, discuss areas for improvement, and showcase their appreciation for high-quality work. The issue is, performance evaluations aren’t always particularly effective. If managers use the wrong approach, underperforming employees… Read more »

National Safety Month: Training Tips That Will Keep Your Employees Engaged

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In many cases, safety training isn’t the most entertaining activity for your employees. The issue is, if engagement falls, knowledge retention declines. This can leave them ill-prepared to address or avoid workplace hazards, leading to higher injury rates. Luckily, there are things you can do to boost engagement, ensuring crucial information is heard and absorbed…. Read more »

Keeping Your Workers Safe: How to Talk to Your Staff About the COVID Vaccination

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Many companies strive to do everything they can to keep their workers safe. Now that COVID-19 vaccinations are rolling out and are available to most, if not all, working-age adults, many organizations are trying to figure out how to discuss the vaccine with their workforce. If you aren’t sure how to approach the topic, here… Read more »

How to Keep Employees from Burning Out

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Burnout is detrimental for several reasons. While most companies focus on productivity losses or reduction in work quality, the harm to employee mental health should also be a major concern. Falling morale and waning motivation can be signs of more serious situations, including the onset of certain mental health or stress-related conditions. Luckily, companies are… Read more »

Find Data Entry Professionals with All 10 of These Skills!

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In our data-driven world, finding the right data entry professionals for your team is a must. With a highly-skilled team, productivity typically rises, as well as the quality of their work. Luckily, by focusing on the right skills, you can identify top data entry candidates quickly. If you need to add data entry professionals to… Read more »

Get the Right Leadership Team in Place This Year

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The makeup of your leadership team has a significant impact on your company’s success. A single poor fit can be devastating, harming an entire team or department, as well as the company’s culture, overall operations, and more. Luckily, by focusing on the right areas when hiring, it’s possible to build a leadership team that will… Read more »

Start Leading Your Workplace into the Future

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While all companies want to be future-thinking, many are reactive in nature. Any plans or strategies for the coming months or years may be a bit vague, or they don’t account for what could potentially be on the horizon. In 2020, COVID-19 highlighted not just the need for future-thinking but also how many companies fell… Read more »

Leading in Turbulent Times

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Leading in Turbulent Times This is a guest post by Richard Fagerlin, founder and president of Peak Solutions and author of Trustology: The Art and Science of Leading High-Trust Teams. To learn more about trust in the workplace, please join us on Tuesday July 28th, for a live webinar with Richard called Leading in Turbulent… Read more »