Posts Categorized: Hiring Advice

How to Stop an Ex-Employee From Destroying Your Company

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An ex-employee who is disgruntled and angry at your company can, unfortunately, damage your company. They may spread rumors in the community that it’s not a good place to work. They may badmouth your company with employees who still work there. They may try to steal from the company, either computer data or other material…. Read more »

How to Stop an Ex-Employee From Destroying Your Company

An ex-employee who is disgruntled and angry at your company can, unfortunately, damage your company. They may spread rumors in the community that it’s not a good place to work. They may badmouth your company with employees who still work there. They may try to steal from the company, either computer data or other material…. 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 »

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 »

Company Morale Is Imperative in Retaining Talent

To retain your best employees, it’s important to maintain company morale at a high level. What’s morale? Well, it’s the overall feeling about the company and the workplace, a mix of pride, enthusiasm, and positive outlook for both employee’s and the organization. If there’s a distinct lack of enthusiasm for the company, you’ll have low… Read more »

Signs an Employee May Be Ready for a Career Advancement

Managers need to think about the career advancement of their top employees. Why? First, because it ensures a steady supply of qualified people to the upper levels of the organization. Second, promotional paths for employees are great ways to retain your best performers. Without any way to move up, your best people may look elsewhere…. Read more »

When Should You Be Staffing Up or Down for Seasonal Help?

If your company has a lot of seasonal work, when is the best time to staff up? When to Staff Up Never, ever wait until the last minute. Start at least 3 months ahead, and more if possible. Why? Well, first, you face competition. 70% percent of companies that need seasonal summer workers, for example,… Read more »

Important Signs That Show You May Need to Grow Your Staff

All businesses have periodic needs to grow their staff. Even if you’re fully staffed for work needs now, attrition could leave you without sufficient staff, or sufficient staff of the right level. Plus, if you’re business itself is growing, you will definitely need to grow staff. You also don’t want to be caught with a… Read more »

Your Online Reputation May Be Hindering Job Applicants

Have you ever posted a job opening…and a very small number of people applied? It’s a bit like throwing a party and having few people respond to your invitation, right? While there are many reasons you may not be receiving many job applications (it’s a very tight job market, for one), you really need to… Read more »

Want to Grow Your Company? How to Hire the Talent You Need

At times of company growth, it’s not uncommon to need more people. Maybe a lot more people. Hiring new people can be challenging. It takes time away from the work of the business, for one thing. Developing job postings, reviewing resumes, and choosing the right candidates to hire can be time-consuming. You also run the… Read more »

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