Diverse Team? Here’s How to Be the Best Manager You Can Be

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace is a goal for many employers. But when you’re the manager, how can you be sure that you’re representing everyone who works with you to the best of your ability. There are some ways you can improve your management skills and supervise several people all with different backgrounds, skills,… Read More »

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 »

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 »

Is Employee Training Worth Your Money and Your Employees’ Time?

Employee development is an important aspect of growing your business. But is it really something that will enhance your staff’s experience and be worth their time. Not only will their training enhance their experience, it will improve your company’s productivity. There are a few things to consider before implementing a training program to ensure that… Read More »

3 Interview Questions to Be Ready For

Certainly, not all interviews are going to be the same. But as a job seeker, it is important to understand not just the specific details of what happens in each interview but the overall themes that will come into play. In general, there will be things employers want to know about their candidates and while… Read More »

Social Media Helps You Reach New Candidates

Some companies are still resisting the transition to social media and mobile technology. But, did you know that more job seekers in the millennial generation are using their cell phones as their primary source of Internet connection, and, therefore, their job searches? Of millennials, 47 percent are using their cell phones to find new jobs, and 30… Read More »