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19 08, 2018

Make Your Staff Excited About Your Next Team Meeting

2018-03-21T13:49:12+00:00 August 19th, 2018|Employee Relations, Personnel/HR Records, Recruiting & Employment|

Team meetings are often planned with the best of intentions, but unfortunately, many fall short in terms of productivity. Attendees often find themselves having committed a significant chunk of time to sitting in meetings, only to leave with no clear takeaway. Use these tips to make your staff excited about your next team meeting. Be

12 08, 2018

Want to Improve Networking? Don’t Just Look Up

2018-03-21T13:49:02+00:00 August 12th, 2018|Employee Relations|

Networking is often thought of as navigating professional politics and getting to know the “right people” and leveraging the relationship for personal gain. However, for networking to be effective, it requires a genuine approach, in which you aim to provide value and help others, regardless of their status or what they can do for you.

4 08, 2018

The Key to Leadership – Consistency

2018-03-21T13:48:58+00:00 August 4th, 2018|Employee Relations|

Employees crave a sense of stability in their leaders and want to know what to expect from them on any given day. Playing the guessing game of whether or not it’s okay to approach leadership, or if an action is acceptable or not, is a major hindrance to the productivity and innovation required for an

5 04, 2018

How to Set Your Employees Up for Success

2018-03-21T13:46:10+00:00 April 5th, 2018|Employee Relations|

Hiring employees with the skills your organization needs doesn't mean you can be completely hands-off (even for technical specialties outside of your expertise). In order for your employees’ full potential to be realized, you must guide them and help them develop their strengths and improve their weaknesses. Set your employees up for success with these

4 03, 2018

3 Ways to Create the Best First Impression with Job Candidates

2018-03-21T13:38:38+00:00 March 4th, 2018|Employee Relations|

The hiring process should ideally be a two-way street, with both candidates and employers alike treating one another with respect and trying to present their most positive attributes. Employers who don't consider the candidate experience put themselves at risk of losing out on attracting top talent. Create the best first impression with job candidates using

27 09, 2016

Is Your Company Ready for the Overtime Rule Change?

2016-09-27T10:26:37+00:00 September 27th, 2016|Employee Relations, Personnel/HR Records, Recruiting & Employment|

The Department of Labor released its final rule in May 2016 regarding changes to overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which go into effect December 1, 2016. While overtime regulations for hourly workers will remain the same (any hours beyond 40 must be paid at a rate of time and a half),

9 08, 2016

Your Company’s Online Reputation Will Affect Hiring

2016-07-25T09:13:06+00:00 August 9th, 2016|Employee Relations|

Online searches serve as an informal screening process for hiring managers seeking to gain additional information on candidates, but the same holds true for candidates: They are very likely checking out your company online and using that information to help them make a decision about working for you. 69 percent of job seekers reported they

26 07, 2016

Have Your Staff Embrace Going the Extra Mile

2016-12-15T16:57:40+00:00 July 26th, 2016|Employee Relations|

Going above and beyond client or customer expectations and providing the highest quality work possible can be beneficial for company branding. It can help you retain and expand business demand. To get your team to give more than the bare minimum, you need to get them to see why it's necessary and beneficial. Have your