A simple formula for professionals: Bad Hires = Bad Business

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  Most professionals understand that recruiting and hiring great employees is a critical aspect of business. So what happens when things awry? A recent study addressed just that. “The cost of a Bad Hire”. You know, those employees that somehow made it on the payroll, and now everyone is wondering why and how? The gist… Read more »

How to Find a Candidate that Fits Your Company Culture

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Assessing a candidates fit to your company culture is about more than finding the perfect “worker bee.” Culture is define as the values, traditions, and beliefs of a religion, group or organization. Workplace culture is the character and personality of your specific organization. It’s what makes your organization unique and is the sum of its… Read more »

Ask WorkSource: How can I increase employee moral?

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According to Dale Carnegie Training, “companies lose $350 billion a year because of employee disengagement” – in essence, because of low morale in the workplace. Employee morale is largely fostered by an open work environment – one in which communication is embraced and practiced at the highest levels. It’s bad enough when an employee feels… Read more »

Time Management Tips to Share with Your Workforce

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Time management is something almost all managers and leaders hear about, talk about, and learn about. It is a skill set that not only desired by top leaders, but is practically essential among business owners. Without time management, businesses don’t succeed, and neither do their staff. So—what is time management? According to Psychology Today, time… Read more »

Want the Best Candidates? Get them with a Great Job Description.

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You have one job opening-one, yet you have hundreds of resumes to weed through for this one position. While this may not seem like a bad problem to have, it can be if it means spending unproductive hours of your time siphoning through mediocre resumes to find the select few that meet the criteria of… Read more »