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Employee engagement is one of the most important metrics for your business. After all, it affects multiple areas like productivity, efficiency, profitability and culture. For this post, we’ll look at some of the specific benefits that engagement has and how to find engaged employees right off the bat. The Value of an Engaged Workforce Research… Read more »

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Interviewing for a job can be difficult if you’re an introvert. Following a few helpful hints can help you make a bold impression and a better connection with your recruiter. Use Proper Body Language A big part of what an interviewer thinks of you will be based on your body language, so here are some… Read more »

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Many companies are choosing to implement a workplace mentoring program and having great success with it. It’s something that can positively impact your business on many levels. For this post, we’ll discuss the importance of ongoing training and learning and the ways mentorships can benefit your workforce. Streamlined Onboarding Employee onboarding is something you want… Read more »

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Workplace distractions take a huge chunk out of productivity. In fact, a 2018 study by Udemy found that more than half (54 percent) of employees aren’t performing as well as they should because of workplace distractions. They even go so far as to say the standard eight-hour workday basically shrinks to six hours because of… Read more »

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Having a positive working environment offers many rewards. A study by Gallup found this leads to a higher level of employee engagement, which translates into increased productivity, lower turnover, less absenteeism, increased profitability and more. Here are some tips on how to create this type of environment. Start With Positive Reinforcement One of the most… Read more »

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Making the right impression is vital when searching for a job. You want recruiters to know you’re professional and would be an asset to their company. That being said, here are some of the top mistakes that make you look unprofessional and should be avoided at all costs. Typos or Grammar Errors on Your Resume… Read more »

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor estimates there are 2.9 injuries for every 100 workers, making employee injury a major concern for every business. A big part of keeping everyone safe and preventing injuries is identifying workplace hazards. Here are some particular ones that should be on your radar. Exhaustion This is the biggest concern pound-for-pound… Read more »

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Phone interviews are commonly used by employers to screen candidates and narrow down the candidate pool. Often, you’ll speak with a recruiter over the phone before meeting face to face for a regular interview. If you’re unfamiliar with this arrangement, it can be a little intimidating at first. Here are some tips on how to… Read more »

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The workplace can be quite stressful for Americans with 61 percent of the population citing this as one of their top sources of stress. If left unchecked, it can take a serious toll on both your employees and your company. In this post, we’ll talk about the importance of identifying stress, common warning signs to… Read more »

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The ideal resume length has long been a hotly contested topic. But most modern experts agree you should keep your resume at one page, especially for entry-level positions. Let’s discuss the benefits of this length and how to accomplish this. Why One Page Is Best So what’s the logic behind keeping your resume this short?… Read more »