How to Avoid a Bad Hire

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If you are looking to strike fear and dread into the hearts of hiring managers, talent acquisition and HR professionals, you need only say two words – bad hire.  A bad hire can be classified as an employee who ends up being a poor fit for the organization or is unsatisfactory at the job they… Read More »

Fall Into Good Morning Habits

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You would be hard-pressed to find anybody who wakes up in the morning and says to themselves they DON’T want to have a good day. For the vast majority of us, experiencing a pleasant, productive, and fulfilling day is the desired result of each day. However, what many people don’t realize is what you do… Read More »

Here’s What Your Business Needs to Know About Low Unemployment

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The economy and the job market are in constant flux. One minute (or more accurately, several months) the economy will be booming, and the next, it seems to be ice-cold. Compound that with talk low unemployment, and it can be enough to confuse even the savviest of business owners as to where their company stands.… Read More »

Why Managers Should Adapt a “Open Door” Policy in the Workplace

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Whether you are a first time manager or a seasoned veteran, maintaining a working, productive, and hardest of all, enjoyable manager/employee relationships are amongst the hardest around. However, it is far from impossible.   At some point in your career, you’ve probably been advised how to manage others. Some of it may have been good,… Read More »

4 Tips For People Who Continuously Mess Up Interviews

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Ask anyone, and you’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t want a “great job.” And while the definition of a great job may vary from person to person – higher pay, more vacation, better duties – they all have one thing in common; you need to be able to get the job, first.… Read More »