Practice Makes Perfect: Rehearsing for an Interview

Going for a job interview makes many people anxious. After all, you’re going to be meeting new people, be in an unfamiliar environment, and need to impress your interviewers in order to get the job. Rehearsing for a job interview is a way to lower any anxiety. Preparation eases your mind about what to expect,… Read more »

Does It Matter What Time You Submit Your Job Application?

When you’re applying for a job, every detail counts. But does it matter what time you submit it? Here’s some considerations about the timing of your application to think about. Never turn in an application late Sometimes job postings will carry a deadline, either of a specific time of day or a date. Always look… Read more »

7 Tips for Improving Team Communication

Whether you work in a factory, a warehouse, or an office environment, teams are often the primary unit that gets work done. That means that good team communication is of the utmost importance. Most teams, though, could stand to improve their communication. Here are 7 tips that will drive better team communication throughout your company…. Read more »

Explaining Job Hopping on Your Resume

Employers tend to look at job hopping negatively, so having several short-term positions on a resume can definitely hurt your chances of being called for an interview, especially if the short-term positions are all in a row. Employers tend to believe you will show the behavior with them that you showed in past jobs —… Read more »

How Body Language Can Make or Break an Interview

When you’re preparing for an interview, you’re likely thinking of how you can impress the interviewer. You review your skills, your training, and your past experience. You’ll talk about all of them, and wow the interviewer!  All of that is important, of course. But something people don’t often think about can be nearly as important…. Read more »

5 Signs Your Top Employee Is Considering Quitting

All businesses should be eager to retain their top employees. Not only do they perform highly in terms of doing their work well, but they contribute to overall productivity. If you have to replace them, productivity will drop as you go through the recruiting process. In addition, the hiring process is costly in terms of… Read more »

Stop Harassment Before It Happens: Protecting Your Employees

This has been a year of harassment in the headlines, with high profile cases of sexual and other employee harassment. People are more aware than ever of these issues in the workplace, and of their frequency. How do you make sure that harassment will not become an issue at your company? Stop it before it… Read more »

Safety Tips to Keep Your Employees Safe in The Summer Heat

It’s summer, and temperatures are hot. On some days, they may rise to peak levels. For office workers in air-conditioned places, the temperatures are likely not an issue. But for industrial workers, warehouse workers and people who work outside, heat might be an issue. It might also be an issue for people working where ventilation… Read more »

Three Crucial Reasons Why You Need to Offer a Competitive Salary to Workers

If you’re in a hiring mode or even need to replace one person, you need to offer a competitive salary. Why? Well, let’s face it, most of us work for money! Salary is a big consideration when people consider taking a job — and when they consider leaving it. Here are the 3 crucial reasons… Read more »

How to Answer What Your Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses Are

If you’re scheduled for a job interview, it’s a good idea to think through potential answers to some of the most commonly asked questions. And there are two frequently asked questions: 1) what’s your biggest strength and 2) what’s your biggest weakness. They may be phrased slightly differently (“what are you most good at?” or… Read more »

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