3 Tips to Prove Your Value in a Job Interview

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You’re a fantastic candidate with a lot to offer any company, but you need to learn how to articulate what you can bring to the table. During a job interview, it’s almost inevitable you’ll be asked some form of the question “How will you add value to this company?” If you’re not prepared, this one… Read more »

3 Tips to Keep Your Employees Safe in the Warehouse

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When proper protocols are followed, your warehouse is a safe place to work. However, people don’t always understand the importance of abiding by the rules. In 2017, warehousing and storage employees spent 17,390 days away from work due to nonfatal injuries and illnesses that happened on the job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics…. Read more »

4 Tips to Keep Your Team Focused and Engaged

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For your company to succeed, you need the full effort of your entire team. This of course won’t happen if people are disengaged and all over the place. Everyone has an off day occasionally, but if your team is unfocused more days than not, something must change. You hired bright, talented people who are capable… Read more »

4 Creative Ways to Onboard New Employees

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Hiring new employees is a very time-intensive process. After devoting considerable resources to the cause, you want to do everything in your power to make sure your new team members are pleased they decided to accept the job at your company. A robust onboarding process is a great way to make them feel comfortable and… Read more »

Follow These Tips to Prepare For a Performance Review

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You have a performance review coming up, and you want to be prepared. These meetings always make you a little nervous — understandably so — but you know they’re very valuable. Inevitably, you’ll receive feedback from your boss, chat about your future plans and maybe even discuss a raise. Since this meeting is very important,… Read more »

Simple and Affordable Ways to Show Your Employees You Appreciate Them

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Your employees are pretty awesome. Cheery and hardworking, they come into the office ready to give their all each day. If it wasn’t for them, your company wouldn’t be the success that it is today. Driven by passion, these people don’t need praise for every accomplishment, but they do want you to recognize the value… Read more »

Immediately Grab a Recruiter’s Attention With These Resume Tips

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It’s always exciting to come across a posting for a job you’re really interested in. The only problem is, if the job caught your eye, it’s probably on the radar of dozens — maybe even hundreds — of other candidates. This means your resume really needs to stand out from the crowd. Recruiters only have… Read more »

How You Can Spot a Top Performer in a Job Interview

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When hiring a new employee for your team, you want to find a top performer, but this is often easier said than done. Seasoned candidates know the right way to answer common interview questions, so you have to switch things up. Digging deep and posing unexpected performance-related questions can help you find the best fit…. Read more »

Tips For Interviewing Entry-Level Candidates

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Filling an entry-level role at your company can be a challenge. When a candidate has spent little to no time in the professional world, it’s always a bit of a gamble. However, if you choose the right person, they might turn out to be the best employee you’ve ever had. When meeting with entry-level candidates,… Read more »

Different Types of Candidates You’ll Interview and How to Handle Them

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Finding the right person for the job is a process. After sorting through dozens — maybe even hundreds — of resumes, you’ll create a shortlist of candidates to interview. Generally speaking, these people will have at least somewhat similar skills and experience, but you’ll find yourself face to face with a multitude of personalities. Effectively… Read more »