How to Fill Job Roles in Remote Locations

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You have a business – and a damn good one, in your opinion. You’ve got a reliable product or service and customers ready to go. The only thing missing is the right staff to help bring it all together. How hard can it be, right? Oh, and we forget to mention – your business is… Read More »

4 Important Skills for General Laborers

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Every job requires a particular skill set to perform, and this is true from a custodian to a surgeon. However, while many people are aware (generally speaking) of what is required to be a doctor (like years upon years of school and accreditation), what isn’t as commonly talked about is what is required to excel… Read More »

3 Signs Your Team is Suffering From Burnout

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What do you do with a staff member who is acting a little negative, isn’t as productive as they once were, and overall disengaged? You lay down the law and hand out some disciple, right? WRONG! That is if this type of behavior is coming from a member of your team who is usually on… Read More »

Give Thanks To Your Employees This Holiday Season

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Most of us work hard. We wake up, we get dressed, we come into work, and we give it our all, and then, we usually do it all over again the next day. However, with the holiday season fast approaching, a time of year to give thanks and reflect on all we have to be… Read More »

Most Common Office Administrator Interview Questions

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They may go by different names – administrative assistant, office assistant, executive assistant and more, but no matter what you chose to call them, organizations of all sizes and in nearly every industry are utilizing the benefits of an office administrator.  Answering phones, maintaining records, keeping track of schedules and appointments, organizing company events, and… Read More »

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 »

How to Educate Your Workforce on Safety so it Sticks

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Lower insurance premiums, less productivity loss due to illness or injury, higher employee satisfaction, and future incident prevention are just a few of the benefits that come with a safe workplace. While it is easy for management to create and implement a safety program, it’s difficult to educate your workforce about why it’s important. After… Read More »

The Easiest Way to Reconnect with Your References

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There is a saying: “With clothes the new are the best, with friends the old are the best,” and while not spot on when compared job references, it gets the point across. References are a powerful thing when it comes to landing a good job. They have the ability to put everything a hiring manager… Read More »