Ready for National Safety Month? 3 Tips to Prepare for June

Workplace safety

Did you know that June is National Safety Month? Whether you work in a warehouse or office, it’s important that safety is always at the top of your mind. If you want to encourage your team or management staff to get ready to promote safety month, here are three things that will help you prepare… Read More »

FREE SEMINAR: HOW TO DOCUMENT AND COUNSEL WITH SENSITIVITY

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SEMINAR: HOW TO DOCUMENT AND COUNSEL WITH SENSITIVITY What it means to document and counsel employees with sensitivity; How to document effectively and with sensitivity to business needs and avoiding the possibility of future legal claims; and How to counsel employees effectively while balancing business needs and employee sensitivities. PRESENTERS: Cristina Portela Solomon Cristina Portela… Read More »

Paid sick-leave ordinances likely survived the Texas Legislature. But businesses still want to kill them.

Texas Paid Sick Leave Supreme Court

Paid sick-leave ordinances likely survived the Texas Legislature. But businesses still want to kill them. By Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune May 23, 2019 “Paid sick-leave ordinances likely survived the Texas Legislature. But businesses still want to kill them.” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans —… Read More »

What to Do When You Get the Job Offer?

Getting the job offer is the easy part, right? Once you’ve gone through all the hard work of filling out applications, sending in resumes, and interviewing, the job offer is the last stop before you start working. But a job offer can be just as stressful as a job search. What should you do when… Read More »

Develop These Communication Skills to See More Success from Your Staff

Communication is the hub of any workplace. Without it, it’s impossible to understand expectations or outcomes. Do you think your staff can benefit from stronger communication skills? Do you think you can? Here are some tips for you to develop these skills and lead by example for your team in the workplace. Respect for Everyone… Read More »

Summer Networking Tips for Your Job Search

Hiring Houston Jobs

It’s May, and that means the unofficial start of summer is over a long weekend later this month. Is this a good time to refresh your job search and start implementing new ideas to get you in front of the right people at the right time? Summer is a great time to get out and… Read More »

Effective Ways to Overcome Candidate Ghosting in the Hiring Process

Ghosting, a term borrowed from the world of online dating and text-based conversation, is the act of simply ceasing all communications without warning. It happens to companies from time to time when a candidate never responds to attempts to follow up about an open position. Ghosting can have a significant impact on your company and… Read More »

Temp-to-Hire – Why It Helps You Learn About the Company

If you’re looking for a new job, have you considered temp-to-hire? If you’re uncertain, it may help to know what temp-to-hire is. It’s a working relationship established by a staffing agency where you work on a temporary basis at a client site with the option to be hired permanently if everything works out. There are… Read More »

Interview Questions to Determine Culture Fit

When hiring a new member for your team, it’s important that you select someone who will be a good fit with your current employees. But how can you tell this information in an interview? A few well-positioned questions can help you see the complete picture of each candidate before making a decision. Be sure to… Read More »