10 Ways to Stay Productive While Working from Home

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic now requires many employees to work from home. Yet, the temptation to check your social media feeds, watch TV, and engage in other non-work activities while working from home can be overwhelming. If you are not careful, you could waste work time and resources on various non-work activities, which can hamper your productivity.   Your business expects the best out of you, and… Read More »

5 Workplace Safety Tips to Cover with All New Employees

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You add new employees to your company and offer an extensive onboarding process. Yet, there is still a chance that new workers are uncertain about how to safely perform various tasks.   If new employees complete work tasks incorrectly, they can inadvertently put themselves and others in danger. Fortunately, if you educate new employees about workplace safety, you can reduce the risk of accidents… Read More »

The 3 Questions You Need to Ask Candidates During an Interview

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As an employer, you want to make the most of an interview with a job candidate. Thus, you need to know the right interview questions to ask to get the most value out of this opportunity.   An interview enables you to learn about a candidate’s skills and experience, along with their ability to contribute to your business. But, if you fail… Read More »

5 Interview Tips for Employers

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For an employer, a job interview can help you learn about a candidate and find out if he or she is a good fit for a particular role with your business. Each interview is different, but how you interview candidates should remain the same. With the right interview process in place, you can quickly identify top talent.   There are several… Read More »

How to Jumpstart Your Job Search in the Coronavirus Era

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) era is underway, and job seekers must plan accordingly. If you know the ins and outs of how to search for a job until the COVID-19 pandemic passes, you can differentiate yourself from other candidates and boost your chances of landing your dream role.   There are several things you can do to jumpstart your job search… Read More »

How to Be There for Your Employees During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is challenging businesses and employees alike. Yet, the challenges that companies and employees face during the pandemic differ.   Today, companies are exploring ways to maintain normal operations, despite the fact that the coronavirus pandemic is forcing these businesses to change the way they work. Many businesses are also figuring out the best ways to manage employees who… Read More »

An Employer’s Guide to Furloughs

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is leading many companies to explore ways to remain operational without laying off their employees. As such, some businesses are using furloughs to temporarily suspend their employees until the pandemic passes.   If your company wants to stay operational throughout the coronavirus pandemic, you may want to consider furloughing your employees. To better understand how a furlough works, let’s… Read More »

5 Signs It’s Time to Look for a New Job

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You feel satisfied with your current job, but there may be warning signs that your position does not fulfill your career aspirations. If this is the case, you need to quickly identify these warning signs. That way, you can begin a search for a new job that allows you to achieve your career goals.   There are many signs that… Read More »

How to Learn from a Job Rejection and Move Past It

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Let’s face it — no one enjoys going through the job interview process, only to be rejected by a potential employer. A job rejection can be frustrating, disheartening, and disappointing. Yet, despite your best efforts, a job rejection is sometimes unavoidable, and you need to learn to deal with it and move past it.   With… Read More »

How to Staff Up for the Summer Season

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Now is a great time to consider your company’s summer staffing needs. That way, you can kick off a search for talented candidates to fill summer roles across your business — and put your company in a position for a successful summer.   To staff up for summer, here’s what you need to do:  1. Find Local Candidates  Local candidates won’t have to commute… Read More »