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Seven Things You Can Do to Boost Your Confidence

When you’re looking for a job, your confidence might not be at an all-time high. After all, job searches involve some degree of rejection. No one is hired for all the positions they interview for. Interviews are also situations where applicants are judged – and the very fact of being judged can be stressful and… Read more »

Work Smarter and Not Harder With These 3 Tips

In today’s busy world, you may feel you’re working as hard as you possibly can. You can’t be more productive, you feel. One way to deal with that feeling is to work smarter, not harder. These three tips will help you work smarter. Recharge frequently People are actually more productive if they recharge frequently. In… Read more »

Leadership Skills for Introverts

The world is divided into introverts and extroverts. Introverts tend to like a lot of alone time, are comfortable by themselves or in small groups, and tend to be quiet in business meetings. Extroverts love large groups of people, are happiest at parties, and tend to speak up in business meetings. Historically, extroverts have qualities… 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 »

Attract and Retain Top Candidates for Your Business

Attracting and retaining top candidates is one of the most important things a company can do. Attracting top candidates means that they will have skilled employees with a strong work ethic: dependable, punctual, and reliable. Retaining them means that skilled employees and strong work ethics continue, year in and year out. Not only is attraction… Read more »

When Was the Last Time You Conducted a Safety Audit?

Safety audits are very necessary to make your organization’s safety regulations and precautions are functioning at peak effectiveness. It’s also very important to note what a safety audit is not. Safety audits are not routine inspections of equipment and facilities. They are specific audits of whether the systems that have been established for safety in… Read more »

What Is Your Strategy for Keeping Your Employees Working for You and Not Your Competition

In today’s employment market, demand for talented and reliable employees is very high. You need a strategy to keep your employees working for you rather than your competition. If you don’t currently have a strategy, don’t worry. Here are the key factors to include in retaining your employees. 1. Pay competitive wages Let’s face it,… Read more »

Important Questions You Should Be Asking Job Candidates

The questions you ask job candidates in an interview can reveal a great deal about how they will perform if they’re hired and about what motivates them. The best questions should give you a firm sense of who the top candidates for a position are. You should also make every effort to ask open-ended questions…. Read more »

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