3 Tips to Make Safety Trainings Enjoyable for Your Staff

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As an employer, keeping your team safe on the job is your top priority. The more guidance workers have to help them do their jobs safely and make careful decisions, the less likely they are to get hurt.  It’s important to ensure new hires have safety training before starting their job, but you also need to reinforce these… Read more »

How to Encourage Your Staff to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

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At long last, the COVID-19 vaccine is finally here. Of course, it’s currently in high demand so depending on your industry you and your staff might still have to wait a bit to access it. In the meantime, you’re working to ensure all of your employees will agree to get vaccinated when they’re able to do so.  … Read more »

Candidate Failed Background Check — What Do I Do Now?

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It’s always exciting to find a candidate who seemingly checks all your boxes. This makes it even more surprising when they fail your standard background check. Whether they were dishonest about their criminal past, padded their education history, or failed a drug test, you can’t ignore these red flags. Of course, there are always exceptions…. Read more »

How to Improve Workplace Diversity

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You want your company to be a place where everyone feels welcome regardless of their race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. Things aren’t currently terrible at your workplace but you know there’s room for improvement — and so does your team. More than half (55%) of U.S. employees believe their company should do more to… Read more »

Improving Retention With a Referral Program

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When you post an open position at your company you receive plenty of applications from qualified candidates. While many seem amazing at first, you’re starting to realize your selection process isn’t working; retention rates are higher than you’d like.  Creating an employee referral program can assist with this problem because your team knows the company… Read more »

How to Write an Eye-Catching Job Description

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Finding the best person for the job is a multi-step process that starts with the job description. Many employers mistakenly believe this isn’t much more than a formality, either writing one in haste or recycling a description that’s been used for years.  Opting not to take the job description seriously is a huge mistake because… Read more »

5 Ways You Can Better Manage a Remote Team

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When COVID-19 was classified as a global pandemic, many companies decided to have their employees work from home. At first, you thought this might last for a few weeks or even months but more than half a year later, you’ve accepted this as — at least temporarily — the new normal.   Overall, managing a remote team is going pretty… Read more »

Wellness — Why Workplace Health and Safety Are Critical in 2020

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The health of your employees should always be important to you, but more so now than ever in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to staying physically safe, it’s also essential for people to focus on their mental well-being; as both equate to overall good health.  As an employer, you’re in a position… Read more »

Should I Hire Right Now — 3 Signs It’s Time to Build Your Workforce

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The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented economic crisis — but your company has been able to weather the storm. In fact, your business is doing so well, you’re considering hiring.   Rightfully so, the thought of hiring makes you nervous, considering the current state of the world. However, you’re starting to realize that not taking… Read more »

Conflict Resolution — Making Peace in the Workplace

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Being the boss isn’t easy — especially when you have two employees who aren’t getting along. This can quickly cause tension for everyone, along with a decline in productivity, so knowing how to properly handle the situation is a must.  Every disagreement is different, so it’s important to stay on top of employee feuds. However, you might not… Read more »