Yes, an On-Site Manager Helps Your Company – Here’s How

October 5th, 2017

Have you been wondering whether or not your company could benefit from on-site staffing management? You may understand the mechanics of the process, but do you really know how it can work for you? You know that an on-site staffing manager can handle all aspects of hiring and managing temporary workers for your company. What are the real and long-term benefits that you’ll get from the arrangement? What can an on-site staffing manager handle for your company that your own team can’t? Before you get started or make other arrangements, here’s how an on-site manager can help your company succeed.

Increase the overall efficiency of your department.

Your on-site staffing manager will handle all the daily oversight of your temporary staff. They will be able to get them up and running quickly. They will manage and review the work throughout the day to ensure compliance and productivity. They will also provide detailed reports to your internal HR department so you can see the effectiveness of the on-site staffing program.

Reduce recurring problems in the workforce.

They will also be available to handle any daily work issues such as conflict resolution or safety and injury prevention or reporting. They can also take on the tedious task of scheduling to ensure all aspects of the job are handled in a timely fashion.

Manage all the temporary staffing functions.

Your on-site recruiter will also handle all the staffing-specific functions necessary to keep this department running smoothly, they will be in charge of sourcing and interviewing new candidates, handling all their onboarding, and maintaining payroll and administrative work.

Ensure safety training and policies in the workplace.

Since your on-site staffing manager is trained to work with this industry and the issues that might come up with each employee, they can also be in charge of safety orientation, discipline, and other enforcement as each employee starts and throughout the duration of their assignment, whether it is long- or short-term in nature.

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3 Skills Your Marketing Hire MUST Have

April 20th, 2017

It’s a brave new world for marketing today, which means that your new hire should possess skills that may have been unheard of in years past. With the proliferation of social media and the way people communicate and access information, your new marketing hire has to be knowledgeable about a number of new trends. But even if you don’t have a background in the latest marketing trends, you can still source candidates who do. What are the top 3 things you should be looking for in new marketing candidates for your open positions?

Understanding of analytics.

Marketing today is almost entirely handled through online social media processes. That isn’t to say that print advertising is dead or that word of mouth isn’t important, but it is imperative that you have someone on your staff who completely understands the world of online marketing. And the most important information can be discovered through thoroughly understanding Google analytics. Analytics about your website and how people are interacting with it will inform everything you need to know about how to boost marketing, promotions, or sales.

Content marketing systems experience.

Of course, to do this, your new marketing employee should have a pretty good handle on the way to produce content marketing. The most common way today is through blogging and social media management. You should look for someone who has experience with WordPress. Not just how to create a blog post, but how to use plug-ins to help manage other aspects of the marketing processes. For example, you can have a plug-in that allows direct shares of the content to social media, which will increase the dissemination of your company’s marketing information.

The use of video.

Another aspect that is becoming increasingly more important is video. Your customers want to see and interact with the products before they buy it. Today, before making large purchasing decisions, many consumers will search YouTube to see demonstrates of real individuals using products they’re most interested in. This can be done directly by your marketing department so you are in control of the messaging. Don’t just use YouTube, but create original content for your website or take advantage of the Facebook Live options.

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Why You Need a Positive Attitude at Work

September 15th, 2016

Experts say that positive people have significant more opportunities in life than their negative counterparts. There is even some evidence that suggests negativity and constant complaining can rewire our brains so we start accepting these hardships as normal, making things difficult to overcome. But if you want to succeed in your career, embracing positivity will be a key to your future. Here are some ways having a positive attitude at work will help you.

You will have less overall stress.

Constantly dwelling on the negative is a surefire way to stress yourself out. Worrying about things over which you have no control, thinking about the most negative outcomes, and complaining do not help you manage your stress. But a positive attitude does. The best way to start reducing your stress at work and being more positive is to start considering how to be more grateful. Start a journal writing all of the positive things that happen to you and be thankful for them.

Your peers will enjoy working with you.

Everyone has a co-worker that they have a hard time relating too. The problem is if you are that co-worker then it can be hard to notice. But the other members of your team don’t always want to tell you that your negativity is bringing them down. They may simply avoid talking to you throughout the day. Being more positive will encourage people to engage and interact with you.

You will increase your job security.

Positive people are also more likely to have better job retention. Why? Because when a company is looking at downsizing their staff, their first thought will be to let the person who seems least happy in their jobs go. By being happy and grateful and engaged with your job, a company will have to think twice about questioning your contributions.

You may be considered for promotions.

This also works for career advancement too. Being positive in an interview will give you a significant edge over your competition. When you’re working for a company that is looking to promote someone, your positive attitude can go a long way to making your case for you. They will see you as a problem solver that is fun to work with.

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