Want to Be a Better Leader? Get to Know Your Employees

Management is about so much more than delegating tasks. As a leader in the workplace, it is your role to motivate your staff and encourage growth. In many ways you can lead by example and be a strong role model, but that isn’t all. So what else can you do as a manager to ensure… Read More »

Give More to Get More Out of Networking

Networking may be the most essential skill you will ever learn as a professional. However, many of the ideas that we have about networking are antiquated. The question, “what’s in it for me?” is no longer the most important question that you can ask yourself. Instead, you might want to start thinking about how you… Read More »

Where To Find Talented Passive Job Seekers

There are two primary types of candidates in the job market – active and passive. Active candidates send their resumes to open jobs and apply with companies and staffing agencies to help them find a job. On the other hand, a passive job seeker is, by the very definition, someone who is not currently engaged… Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Presenting Yourself at the Interview

You’ve already made a great first impression. By the time a company calls you for an interview they have already reviewed your qualifications and they feel you might be a fit for their organization. The face to face meeting is to demonstrate your interpersonal skills and determine if you are right for their team. Here… Read More »

Save Money! While Keeping Your Employees Safe

It is a common misconception that working in an office is one of the safest environments when it comes to workplace injuries. We ask ourselves “how dangerous could it possibly be?”  In 2011, Liberty Mutual released the statistic that almost all workplace injuries happen in the office. While manufacturing companies have systems in place to… Read More »