6 Tips to Enhance Your Company’s Culture

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Good company culture is nothing to shake a stick at. It affects how engaged your employees are, how hard they’ll work, whether you can attract new hires, and whether your current employees will stick around long-term. But how do you know whether you’re developing the right type of company culture? Here are six tips to […]


How to Show Your Team That You Appreciate Them

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If you want your top employees to work for you and stay loyal to you and your company, you have to show them that you appreciate them. When your team feels like you appreciate them and value their efforts and talents, good things will happen on your team. Here are seven ways to show your […]


How to Make People Feel Good About Their Work

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Nothing makes employees more productive than when they feel good about the work they do. And though a lot of that comes from an innate attitude that your employees have, much of that job satisfaction comes from you as their employer. Company culture and positive attitudes come from your leadership. Here are some ways to […]


9 Red Flags to Look for When Interviewing Candidates

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When you’re interviewing candidates, there are a lot of positive traits you’re looking for. You want integrity, communication skills, a solid work ethic, teamwork, not to mention all the relevant hard skills. But there are also some warning signs you should keep an eye out for. Here are nine red flags to look for when […]


Are You Afraid of the Direct Hire Fee?

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A direct hire is when a company brings a candidate in on their payroll instead of the staffing agency’s payroll, as in contract and contract to hire. The staffing agency sources and fully vets the candidate, schedules the interview(s) and facilitates the process.  The staffing agency is then paid a percentage of the annual salary, […]


6 Ways to Boost Employee Morale in January

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January’s not an easy time to get excited about anything. It’s cold, it’s dark, and it’s tempting to stay in your warm, cozy bed instead of heading out to work each morning. As a manager, it’s tough to inspire your employees in the winter, but if they’re not at least reasonably excited about their jobs, […]


How to Bridge the Age Gap in Your Office

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Bridging an age gap might not seem like it should be a priority for your company, but the truth is that it absolutely should for several reasons. First, technology has evolved so rapidly that people are communicating differently than they were in years past. Now people use text, Voxer, Google Docs, and Slack nowadays, which […]


7 Ways to Give Back to Your Employees

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November is a great time to show your appreciation and gratitude for all the good things in your life. And that includes your employees! After all, your employees are your most valuable asset. Without them, your company wouldn’t be able to accomplish goals.  And good employees are really tough to replace. So, show them you […]


Should You Fire or Retrain That Employee?

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No manager wants to fire anyone. Talk about ruining someone’s day, week, month, or even year—putting them out of work and making them go through a stressful job search. You’d probably rather work with them to overcome their weaknesses and get the training they need. But sometimes that retraining isn’t worth it. Here’s how you […]