When it Comes to Hiring, Listen to Your Team

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In the past, hiring managers and human resources traditionally handled the entire candidate selection process. Employees were only informed a new hire had been selected after the person accepted the job offer. Everyone would meet for the first time on the new staffer’s first day and hope for the best. However, things have changed. These… Read more »

How to Manage Your New Millennials

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They’re both the largest living generation in the U.S. and in the workforce. This young generation is passionate, intelligent and highly tech savvy, so they’ll be a great asset to your organization. There’s always an adjustment period when welcoming new staffers — especially when you’re dealing with a cross-generational team. If you haven’t already caught… Read more »

What to Do When Your Team is Overworked

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Business is booming and your employees are working hard to keep up. While it’s certainly much better to have a constantly buzzing staff than a bored one, there’s a fine line between being busy at work and having a job that’s downright demanding. If you suspect the line has been crossed, it’s time to step… Read more »

3 Ways in Which Mentoring Programs Can Enrich the Mentor

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Mentoring programs are typically put in place to transfer knowledge from seasoned employees to their less-established counterparts, but these arrangements are often mutually beneficial. Serving as a mentor can be an incredibly valuable experience for your long-time staffers, allowing them to learn and grow right along with their mentee. If you’re thinking about establishing a… Read more »

Combat Turnover With Constant Learning Opportunities

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Every company experiences turnover to a degree, but if you’ve recently been flooded with resignation letters from top talent, something has to change immediately. Your best and brightest workers push your company to success every day, so you need to do everything in your power to keep them happy. These ambitious professionals don’t just work… Read more »

5 Ways to Build a Resilient Team

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When dealing with a tough and unpredictable business world, you need a team that rolls with the punches. You never know what challenges next week or next month will bring, so it’s important to have a staff of tough employees who can handle any challenge that comes their way. Not only are these people more… Read more »

Why a Top Performer Can Suddenly Decline

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In the past, your top employee has always worked circles around the rest of the team. This person was constantly filled with great ideas and seemed to have a true passion for the job. However, things have recently changed and your star worker is now producing mediocre work — at best. A change this monumental… Read more »

How to Set Up an Effective Employee Referral Program

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Your employees are exceptionally talented, hardworking individuals — and so are many people in their networks. When hiring new team members, you strive to attract candidates who can keep pace with these outstanding staffers, but top talent is hard to track down. One of the best places to find new hires who exceed your expectations… Read more »

How to Make Your Mid-Year Reviews Count

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It’s hard to believe it, but June is already here! Your employees are probably about to start taking their summer vacations, so before things get hectic around your office, make time to give mid-year reviews. This valuable one-on-one time with each of your staffers is a great opportunity to touch base and focus on the… Read more »

Hiring? Ask Yourself, Why Should Someone Work For You?

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Hiring decisions hugely impact the future of your company, so it’s important to extend offers wisely — but you already know that. You have a few open positions on your team, so you’re ready to jump in and get the hiring process started, but before doing so, take some time to look at each opportunity… Read more »