Posts Tagged: HR advice

Avoid Employee Burnout with These Tips

employee burnout

Your employees work hard at their jobs every day, and you do the best you can to keep them well paid, and in good environments, so they’ll be ready to come back each morning.  But burnout is a real thing, and it’s a real concern, especially for jobs where labor can be physically demanding. Some… Read more »

Improve Workplace Culture with a Mentoring Program

Mentoring program

When playing a sport, the game is more fun and runs more smoothly if everyone on the field or court has the same understanding of the rules and how to play.  No one is born knowing how to play basketball, or baseball, or football, or hockey. Coaches need to help young players understand the game… Read more »

How Can You Make the Onboarding Process More Enjoyable?

onboarding process

Bringing new employees onto your team should be an exciting time. There’s a new person to get to know, new skills and talents to learn and utilize, a new personality added into your mix.  Onboarding, however, can sometimes feel like drudgery, for managers and employees alike. But it doesn’t have to be that way!  Onboarding… Read more »

What Qualities Should You Be Looking for in a Office Administrator?

An office administrator is often the unsung hero of a company. The first person a potential new hire or client meets, the central nervous system of the whole operation, the person who keeps everything running on time and on budget, a good office administrator is an essential part of every successful office.  But how do… Read more »

Fine-Tune Your Time Management Skills with These Tips

There are 24 hours in every day, but only so many of them are usable.  But how do you know you’re getting the most out of them?  Time management is a very important set of skills to help use your waking portion of those hours in the best possible way, both at work and at… Read more »

Is Your Hiring Process Too Long? This is What Could Happen

Hiring process too long

When the time comes to find a new employee, hiring managers want to make sure they’ve done their due diligence in collecting a good number of resumes and reviewing many of them.  There comes the point when the hiring and interview process just takes too long, and the best candidates have already been scooped up… Read more »

How to Choose Between Two Great Candidates

Choosing between two candidates

It’s a double-edged sword, a blessing and a curse: The job posting that’s been open for quite some time resulted in a handful of really great, qualified candidates who aced their interviews. They were charming and had great potential. After much internal discussion and debate, you’re down to two final candidates, both of which would… Read more »

4 Ways AI Can Transform Your Recruiting Strategy

AI Can Transform Your Recruiting Strategy

There are so many tools HR specialists and hiring managers can use in their recruitment efforts to find and attract the best, most qualified candidates.  But could you do more by doing less and leaving the rest to artificial intelligence?  AI has been around, to varying degrees, for years now. Still, it’s only recently started… Read more »

A 24/7 Staffing Partner is Essential to Your Business

Staffing Partner is Essential

HR managers and recruiters are busy people. They wear many hats, juggle a multitude of projects at any given moment and need to keep a steady eye on which positions are in need of attention.  Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to get a little assistance with this important and demanding work? … Read more »

The True Costs of Turnover

Costs of turnover

When an employee decides to leave a company, it creates an opening on a manager’s team. But the true cost of employee turnover is so much greater than that. Let’s take a look at how much losing one employee really costs. First, there’s recruitment time and efforts The former employee will likely need to be… Read more »

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