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27 09, 2017

Free Training Presentation: Manager Essentials – What You Need to Know to be Effective

2017-09-27T11:12:06+00:00 September 27th, 2017|News/Events, Training & Development|

Back by popular demand: come join us to learn the essentials of being a manager.  This was the first free training seminar that we held last February. We've had a few requests for it since then so we have decided present it again. We will discuss how to coach your employees to be better performers,

28 08, 2017

Free Training Presentation: Workplace Violence Prevention

2017-09-27T10:50:34+00:00 August 28th, 2017|News/Events, Training & Development|

Two of the most important places to feel safe are your own home and your workplace. This month's free seminar will focus on the latter: workplace violence prevention. This course covers: What is Workplace Violence Your Workplace Violence Prevention Policy Develop an Emergency Plan Train Your Employees Make Workplace Safer If you are interested in

10 01, 2017

Take Advantage of a Temp-to-Hire Position to Land a Permanent Job

2016-12-29T16:20:12+00:00 January 10th, 2017|Recruiting & Employment, Training & Development|

Temp-to-hire is a staffing option in which employees are hired in on a trial basis, allowing employers to see how they perform in a work environment before deciding whether or not to extend an official offer of employment. It can be beneficial to you as a job seeker as well – you'll get to evaluate

22 11, 2016

Could You Get Homework in a Job Interview?

2016-12-15T16:57:40+00:00 November 22nd, 2016|Recruiting & Employment, Training & Development|

As you progress in your career, the hiring process is likely to get more in-depth. Higher-level positions have more of an impact on the company's overall performance, so hiring managers will often want you to go beyond a verbal interview and have you demonstrate what you can bring to the company through an interview presentation.

20 09, 2016

Millennials Comprise the Largest Job Demographic. How Can You Relate to Them?

2016-12-15T16:57:40+00:00 September 20th, 2016|Employee Relations, Training & Development|

Millennials (those born roughly between 1981 and 1997) are not only the largest living generation, but they also comprise the largest job demographic: more than one out of every three workers in the US is a Millennial. Their growing presence in the workplace means that their motivations must be taken into consideration if you want

6 09, 2016

Onboarding Should Do More Than Just Paperwork

2016-12-15T16:57:40+00:00 September 6th, 2016|Employee Relations, Personnel/HR Records, Training & Development|

First impressions are key when it comes to new employees – and not just from your perspective as the employer. How you treat your new hires during the onboarding process plays a significant role in how they view you as a manager and establishes how engaged they’ll feel regarding their contributions. Go beyond the standard

23 08, 2016

The Best Nursing Candidates Possess These Skills

2016-12-15T16:57:40+00:00 August 23rd, 2016|Recruiting & Employment, Training & Development|

Finding top nursing talent is a widespread concern across the healthcare industry – nearly half of all nursing jobs take longer than six weeks to fill, and 20 percent take 12 weeks or longer, according to a CareerBuilder study of healthcare hiring managers. Streamline the hiring process by clarifying the most essential traits needed so

27 01, 2016

Wonder How to Be Persistent and Not Annoying in Your Job Search?

2016-12-15T16:57:41+00:00 January 27th, 2016|Recruiting & Employment, Training & Development|

Following up is one key way job seekers can stand out to hiring managers and show their enthusiasm and commitment to positions for which they apply, but an overly aggressive approach can backfire and leave a bad first impression. If you handle follow-up professionally, you can increase your chances of consideration. Keep these best practices