Re-evaluate Your Management Style for a More Productive Year

The year is a little more than halfway over, and if you feel you need to step up your management game to end 2019 on a high note, now just might be the time to re-evaluate your management style. A hard-nosed, my-way-or-the-highway approach might produce results short term, but a negative style is likely to… Read more »

Desk Stretches and Exercises That Can Keep You Healthy All Day

According to research, sitting for prolonged periods of time can be as bad for your health as smoking cigarettes. If fact, those with a sedentary history have a much shorter life expectancy than those who do not. For office workers, the dangers of sitting for too long could be any clearer and these professionals should… Read more »

Find These Office Hazards Before It’s Too Late

When you think of a hazardous workplace, an office doesn’t come to mind. However, there are hazards in an office building and ignoring them means putting people at risk unnecessarily. Management must have various hazards identified, assessed and addressed. Consider the following common office hazards and how to fix them. Eye Strain The typical office… Read more »

How to Showcase Your Transferrable Skills in a Job Interview

A transferable skill is an ability learned on one career path that can be applied to a different career path. Leadership is a great example of a transferable skill because it is useful regardless of the industry in which it is applied. Someone who was an effective store manager for Old Navy should be able… Read more »

Candidates Fall Into 3 Major Categories: Which Does Your Business Need?

Whether it’s for an upper executive position or a receptionist job, hirable applicants tend to fall into three different categories, each with their own pros and cons. Based on the knowledge of these three types of candidates, who is your business really looking for? The Seasoned Pro This person has all the experience you’re looking… Read more »

5 Ways to Keep Your Workforce Happy Without a Raise

Most of us can say with honesty that our employees deserve a raise. However, the competing demands of the business world mean that providing a salary bump isn’t always possible. Still, there are other ways to cut down on turnover among your workforce. Here are some of our tips for keeping workers happy and engaged… Read more »

The Pros and Cons of Job Searching in January

The “new year, new me” mentality has a lot of people looking for a new, better job. We enter January feeling inspired to make a move, whether it’s to pursue a new job, a new employer or a totally new line of work. However, before filling out multiple applications, it’s critical to know exactly what… Read more »

5 Ways to Say Thank You to Your Employees

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Employees will always appreciate a monetary reward for a job well done but handing out cash doesn’t always produce the best return on investment. Companies are finding that more thoughtful ways of thanking employees for their hard work actually boosts employee engagement and reduces turnover. Better yet, more thoughtful ways to show appreciation are inexpensive… Read more »

Ask These Questions to Show Your New Boss You’re All In

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Starting a new job the right way means having to make the best first impression with your boss. When you build a strong relationship with your boss, you set yourself up to succeed. It’s important to walk into your new job ready to do more the bare minimum, which means asking questions once you get… Read more »

Are You an Ethical Leader?

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There is a big difference between a supervisor and an ethical leader, specifically in how each one makes their team feel: Do they misuse their authority or set a good example? In today’s transparent world, with employer review sites like Glassdoor, company leaders are more likely to be called out over the ways they lead… Read more »