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Employers: 3 Ways to Support Working Parents during Back-to-School Season

Employers: 3 Ways to Support Working Parents during Back-to-School Season While much of the world divides the calendar up into four seasons — each with its lofty poetic imagery — many working parents are somewhat more down-to-earth, and divide the year into two phases: “thankfully, it’s not back-to-school season,” and …

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Is Your Applicant Screening Process Closing the Door on Great New Hires?

Is Your Applicant Screening Process Closing the Door on Great New Hires? When it comes to recruiting, the purpose of screening applicants is to identify the most suitable candidates – and separate them from those that don’t make the cut. Surprisingly however, many organizations — and especially smaller and mid-sized …

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5 Ways that Human Resources Drives Sales Success

While they have certainly not been avowed foes or mortal enemies, human resources and sales have traditionally not worked in the same space — and that was fine with both camps. Human resources focused on issues like recruiting, compliance and terminations, while sales focused on nurturing prospects into customers. So …

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Hiring for Fit – Integrating Contract Workers with your Full-Time Staff

Does your business use a blend of in-house employees and contract staff who are brought in to fulfill certain roles or work on a specific set of tasks? If so, you aren’t alone – many organizations find it necessary to bring on temporary workers for a variety of reasons. While …

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What to Expect From a New Hire: Debunking the Myths

In today’s fast paced economy, few companies can afford a lengthy lull in productivity while new hires learn their job. Nor can they afford to have a new employee leave within the first year for failing to meet the manager’s expectations. Hiring mistakes are costly and avoidable. It comes down …

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MYTH: Small Business’s Do Not Have “People Issues”

Starting or running a small business isn’t easy. Developing a great product or service and knowing how to sell it just won’t cut it! As a small business, you often do not have the luxury of having a marketing, accounting, sales, or payroll department to support you. Instead, as a …

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The Importance of Updating your Candidate Pool

For some companies, bringing on a new employee is an occasional task that is only done when an existing employee is promoted or moves on, or when a new position is created. For others, however, the hiring process is continual. Whether this is due to seasonal work, temporary projects, or …

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Employers, Are You Ready for Generation Z?

Hold on to your devices, Generation Z is about to enter the workforce. Armed with electronics, energy, and enthusiasm, they’re ready to take on the universe. The oldest members of this generation will soon be landing their first jobs. Who Are They? The debate continues about the precise onset of …

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Do You Love Your Employees?

  Let’s face it; much of your company’s success comes from your employees.  Their engagement, dedication, passion and purpose will determine the level of work they are producing, day in and day out.   What is your part in all of this?  Showing them love, appreciation and genuine care.  However, if …

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