These Time Management Skills Will Help Make You a Better Employee

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Despite working hard, you regularly end each day feeling like you haven’t accomplished much. You’re pretty sure poor time management skills are to blame because you often get so caught up in what you’re doing, you forget to look up at the clock. Thankfully, regaining control of your day isn’t as difficult as it sounds…. Read more »

Are You Screening for Emotional Intelligence? 4 Reasons EQ is as Important as IQ

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Hiring a new employee is a very big deal, so you want to get it right. Chances are, you don’t actually give employees an IQ test, but you almost definitely assess their intelligence in several other ways — i.e., cover letter and resume, interview questions, reference checks. While choosing clever employees is important, your selected… Read more »

Should You Be Conducting Background Screenings?

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Your employees are the fabric of your company. These people are directly responsible for the success of your organization, so the importance of knowing exactly who you’re hiring cannot be emphasized enough. Therefore, conducting background screenings is a step you can never afford to miss. While it adds a little extra time and money to… Read more »

How to Know It’s The Right Time to Start Looking For a New Job

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Going to work was something you once enjoyed, but lately things at the office haven’t been so great. You’re not sure if this is just a rough patch or if it’s time to start thinking about the next chapter of your career. Changing jobs is a big deal, so before making a move you want… Read more »

Looking to Get Noticed? Here Are Some Skills You Should Brush Up On to Highlight On Your Resume

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You’re searching for a new job, but so far, you’re hearing crickets. This is discouraging and actually a bit surprising because you know you have a lot to offer a potential employer. Since your resume is the first impression you make, there’s a good chance this is the problem. If you’re missing important skills employers… Read more »

Not Getting Enough Applicants? Your Benefits Package May Be to Blame

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You’re ready to hire at least one new employee, but so far your job posting hasn’t attracted many quality candidates. This is the opposite of what you expected because the job is interesting and your company is a great place to work. While not the most obvious issue, your benefits package might be the problem…. 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 »

Your Move — What to Do When You Don’t Hear Back After a Job Interview

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Interviewing for a new job is a big deal, so it’s always disappointing when the timeline you were given for an update comes and goes without a word. Feeling like you’re stuck in limbo is frustrating because you don’t know if you’re still in the running or if you need to move on. The last… Read more »

Afraid to Ask For Help? How to Come Back When You Fall Behind.

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Let’s face it — you’re swamped at work and you’re not sure how to handle it. The last thing you want is to admit you need help solving a certain issue or completing a project on time, but something has to give. You’ve tried everything to get caught up, but you realize you’re going to… Read more »