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Any manager or supervisor will tell you that no single motivational method works on everyone. For example, fear might work on some employees, but it’s a losing bet overall. It ultimately demoralizes everyone. So, what motivational methods can you use to appeal to the largest number of employees? Communicate People respond to specific goals, yet… Read more »

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Candidates can look spectacular on paper, only to leave you with a deep sense of unease following the interview. The question becomes, what should be a red flag for hiring managers or business owners? Keep reading and we’ll cover seven red flags you should watch out for during interviews. Shows Up Late While a late… Read more »

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Many businesses believe they know best when it comes to hiring decisions. In terms of the final hiring decision, that’s true. Yet, horror stories abound of companies making bad hires that created months of lost productivity, if not the loss of other valuable employees. If in-house recruiting efforts have failed you, what other option is… Read more »

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The Smartest Managers Hire People Who Are Smarter Than Them   Nobody’s an expert at EVERYTHING — business is simply too complex and fast changing! Whether you engage them for an assignment or hire them full time, here’s how to effectively manage people with more experience or knowledge than youT– and make yourself, your team… Read more »

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Employee Referrals: Your Recruiting Goldmine Employee referrals deliver more than 30% of all hires. Improve quality of hire and retention. And lower hiring costs. So, what are you waiting for? Here’s how to create a killer referral program that’s a recruiting goldmine for your organization. In this guide you will learn: Just how effective referral programs can… Read more »

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EEO-1 Survey for 2017 Now Open U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (01/25/18) Private Sector Employers Must Provide Workforce Data to EEOC by Mar. 31 WASHINGTON — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has completed its mailing of the 2017 EEO-1 survey Notification Letters, the federal agency announced today. The EEO-1 is an annual survey… Read more »

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How to Make Potential Employees Feel Welcome 4 weeks ago by Corinne Ledling | 0 One of the biggest mistakes that employers and recruiters make is by simply putting off potential candidates by making them feel like an intruder. An uncomfortable interviewing or hiring process is a sure way to lose the best talent to… Read more »

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How to Be a Pet-Friendly Employer For many employees, their dogs and cats are beloved family members. Here are seven ways your company can show it cares. By: Lisa Rabasca Roepe February 22, 2017 Office life isn’t for everyone. It certainly didn’t suit Beasley. After his first foray into the work world, he found himself… Read more »

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Ten Employee Training Tips By AllBusiness.com Well-trained employees are the key to your small business success. Studies have shown that the most successful, productive employees are those who have received extensive training. They’re the cream of the crop, and often have the strongest stake in the company’s future. In an ideal world, you would be… Read more »