5 Skills to Demonstrate Ability to Work from Home

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Working from home requires a vastly different skill set from working in the office. The motivation is all different. You aren’t just “working toward the clock,” but you’re instead self-motivating and getting things done. Today, employers are finding that some employees cannot work from home effectively — and they’re looking for employees who can. How… Read more »

4 Ways Employers Can Support Their Staff During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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The coronavirus is impacting everyone. Many employers don’t know what they should be doing to support their employees—they don’t even know what they should be doing to continue to support their own operations. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and there will be a return to normalcy eventually. Between now… Read more »

Recruiting Challenges & Solutions During Crisis

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The news over the past couple weeks has been very challenging to say the least.  The Covid-19 Pandemic has every recruiter and human resource professional scrambling.   I have been in the business for 35 years and have never experienced anything similar to this.  This crisis will get worse in the United States over the weeks… Read more »

Finding Peace & Productivity On the Road

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My quest for work productivity and physical improvement never ends and 2019 was very challenging & rewarding.    I believe in pushing myself to the maximum in all facets of life.  Sometimes past them and finding new boundaries.   Nothing clears my head and provides clarity to make solid decisions like a couple hours out in nature…. Read more »

Business Intelligence and Data Security Can Co-Exist

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Business intelligence means collecting, analyzing, and archiving tremendously large volumes of data. Employees, vendors, clients, and more — all that information is kept within a business intelligence platform. Understandably, this represents some considerable challenges for data security. Here’s what you need to know. The Importance of Business Intelligence Business intelligence is used to refine and… Read more »

How To Effectively Use Texting As Part of The Hiring Process

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The vast majority of businesses are now using texting as a part of their hiring process. Texting is a lot like email: it’s a fast, informal way to connect with a candidate. Most people today prefer to get a text rather than a call. It’s unobtrusive, doesn’t put them under the gun, and lets them… Read more »

GenZ Is Entering the Job Market Looking for Tech Jobs – Is Your Company Ready?

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You may have just gotten used to the millennial generation, but it’s already time to start preparing for GenZ. GenZ is an entirely unique generation, with different goals and culture. GenZ is also dominantly going into tech and tech-related industries, which leads to a lot of opportunities to get exciting new talent. GenZ is Moving Towards… Read more »

How Aligning Your Company to a Cause Benefits You & Your Staff

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Is there a charity or mission that you truly believe in? Consider making it a part of your company culture. Aligning a company with a cause isn’t just a great way to make the world a better place — it can also benefit you and your staff in countless ways. Court the Best Employees Employees… Read more »

Compensation Strategies for Attracting and Keeping Top Technical Talent

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Engineering, manufacturing, R&D, and IT — all of these technical industries are growing fast. Employees are in demand and they know it. How can your business attract and retain the top talent in the industry when everyone is competing for their time? It may take getting a little inventive with your compensation packages. The Modern… Read more »

Small Realistic Changes Create Good Habits

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New Year’s Resolutions are always eagerly picked up in January and abandoned by the time February comes around. It isn’t that you don’t want to make a positive change — it’s that New Year’s Resolutions tend to be so momentous and overwhelming that they simply aren’t achievable. It isn’t that you can’t meet those goals;… Read more »