Job Interview Do’s for the Interviewer

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A wealth of online information is available to help interviewees put their foot forward in a job interview, but the interviewer or hiring manager must be equally “interview-ready.” This preparation exceeds professional dress, manners, and language. It surpasses timeliness and proper training. If your responsibilities include aligning candidates with open positions at your company, here… Read more »

Harnessing Technology in the Recruitment Process

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As hiring professionals adopt artificial intelligence, how will recruiting evolve? You’ll use AI to get rid of the inefficient things that a recruiter does, “like searching through hundreds of resumes. Recruiters won’t be used to discover talent—they’ll be deciding if candidates identified by AI are a good fit for the company’s corporate culture.”—as quoted on… Read more »

6 Top Employee Retention Strategies

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While employees search for their dream jobs, the “dream” looks a little different from the employer’s point of view. Once they have filtered through thousands of applicants and fortified their business ranks with exemplary workers, they dream of retaining those top-tier individuals for as long as possible. Lower turnover also means less expense and fewer… Read more »

5 Mistakes Hiring Managers Make During Interviews

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“When hiring, you’ve got to Focus, Be Present, and Tune-In during every part of the candidate interview process if you want to determine if the person sitting in front of you is a great fit for the job and a superior performer.” – Suzie Price, Priceless Professional Development Not everyone gets to choose who their colleagues will be. So,… Read more »

Why You Should Invest in Employee Wellness Programs

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You care about your employees, so you want them to be their best selves. Right now, you don’t have an employee wellness program, but you’re thinking about implementing one. Doing so makes employees feel valued while simultaneously improving your bottom line. Here’s why you can’t afford to not invest in an employee wellness program. Benefits… Read more »

Why Training Makes a Difference

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 “Everyone wants to win on Saturday afternoon when the game is played. It’s what you do the other six days that decides the outcome.”        – Lou Holtz Although diehard football fans anticipate football season each year, not everyone thinks about the months leading up to the official kickoff. Before fans once again pack the stadiums,… Read more »

Keeping Your Workforce and Workplace Safe  

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“Every accident is a notice that something is wrong with men, methods, or material. Investigate—then act.” –damotech.com   Although these two goals overlap, specific nuances separate them from each other. Having a safe workplace requires forethought on management’s part, whereas having a safe workforce requires employee preparation and compliance. That’s why these goals must merge… Read more »

The Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace: How to Build a More Inclusive Team

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To be honest, your team isn’t very diverse. Whether most people are a certain gender, race, religion, or from a similar economic background, something needs to change. You’re ready to put in the work, but you’re not sure where to start. Here’s some advice to help you learn more about the importance of a diverse… Read more »

4 Tips For Keeping Your Warehouse Workers Safe In The Summer Heat

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August is here and its sky-high temperatures show no signs of dropping. As a warehouse manager, you’re rightfully concerned about how the summer heat will impact your team. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires employers to provide workplaces free of known hazards. Here’s a look at what you can do to provide… Read more »

4 Secrets to Onboarding Light Industrial Employees Successfully

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After interviewing more candidates than you care to count, you’ve just hired several new light industrial employees. This is a huge relief, as you’ve been short-staffed for while and you’re really excited about the talented professionals just about to join your team.  Many companies think their work is done after offer letters are signed, but in reality, it’s just begun. If your new… Read more »