How to Take the Pulse of Your Workplace Culture

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In today’s day and age, with a big focus on employee wellness and mental health, a healthy culture is key. Yet, how do you know if yours is strong and robust or on life support? Here are some red flags to look for that your culture needs a boost in the year ahead. Red flag… Read more »

The Secret to Finding New Hires in a Worker Shortage

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Hiring has never been easy. But between today’s worker shortage, Great Resignation, and Quiet Quitting, finding quality, hard-working professionals has become harder than ever. Not only do you need new hires with the right hard skills, but also the personality to fit your company and the culture. It’s a tall order, especially when you have… Read more »

Recession-Proof Your Business with Temporary Staffing

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The economy is unstable and as a business leader, it’s up to you to plan for best, worst-case, and most likely scenarios. Temporary staffing can help you to increase the flexibility of your team, without adding to your permanent overhead, so your business is more agile during uncertain times. In fact, here are four unique… Read more »

How Cognitive Diversity Can Make Your Team Brighter

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The past few years have been challenging for every business. However, those with a cognitively diverse workforce are weathering these storms and thriving. If you’re thinking about the potential obstacles ahead, make sure you’re facing them with a diverse workforce. Here’s what you need to know. What is Cognitive Diversity? Cognitive diversity means diversity in… Read more »

How to Avoid a Scary New Hire

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One wrong move can cost you when it comes to hiring. A poor-fit employee can impact morale, productivity, customer retention, and more. It can also be a headache and a hassle. Instead, hire the right person from the start. Here are 6 ways to avoid a scary hiring mistake this Halloween season and all year… Read more »

Ready to Attract Better Candidates? Here’s How with Your Job Posting

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When you need to hire, you want people who have strong technical skills and the right temperament for the job. However, finding them during a worker shortage is especially challenging. If you’ve been frustrated with the process, take a look at your job posting to ensure it’s actually appealing to top candidates. If, on the other… Read more »

6 Quick Tips for Avoiding a Bad Hire

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Avoiding A Bad Hire

With a worker shortage, it’s easy to hire in a hurry when a candidate seems like a great fit. However, if you don’t perform your due diligence, you could end up with a bad hire on your hands. How can you hire in an efficient way, yet still avoid a hiring mistake? Here are some… Read more »

5 Tips for Improving Worker Safety

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Work Safety

Worker safety is a top priority. If your business or facility isn’t safe, it can lead to trips, slips, falls, and accidents that are expensive. Not only will this cost you financially, but also hit worker morale, productivity, and even retention. In fact, according to OSHA, American employers pay nearly $1 billion each week for… Read more »

How to Get the Most from a New Hire

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New Hire

With today’s worker shortage, hiring is especially challenging. Once you hire someone new, you, therefore, want to get them off on the right track so they’re happy, engaged, and productive as soon as possible. To do that, it’s important to have an onboarding and training program that helps them feel like part of the team… Read more »

4 Tips for Hiring During Today’s Great Resignation

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In today’s job market, it’s hard to find mediocre candidates to hire, let alone your next star performer. The pandemic’s “Great Resignation” combined with the continued Baby Boomer exodus has created a perfect storm for employers looking to hire. What’s more is that if you bring a candidate on board who’s a bad fit, they… Read more »