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One of the most essential operations in any company is the handling of health and safety. Regardless of how small or large your company is, taking care of safety is crucial. Every business is legally accountable for safety related to its operations, including the safety of staff members, outside workers that are connected to the Read more »

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Big companies can attract talent with generous compensation packages and amenities, but small businesses have a lot to offer job seekers too. Instead of trying to go toe-to-toe with the offers of large multi-national corporations, small companies can share a bigger piece of the pie with employees. They can offer more authority and autonomy. They Read more »

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You’ve probably heard that people who have a degree from a trade school or college tend to have higher earning potential than those who don’t. But, you’ve probably also heard that a degree doesn’t matter much after that first job in the field. In fact, colleges have internships and other similar programs because experience in Read more »

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If you’re looking to make a career move, there’s no better time than now. Statistics show many companies do the bulk of their hiring in spring. In fact, there’s often a big push to get new hires settled in before Memorial Day, when many people start taking vacations. Also, managers know their budgets for the Read more »

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Training and career development are essential to the success of every company, and savvy HR leaders realize they can help their company stay one step ahead of the competition by leveraging the most effective training solutions. Some training methods stand the test of time, while others fade away. Outdated training methods are often replaced by Read more »

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Finding a company that brings out your best traits as a professional isn’t easy. However, there is one big indicator that a company might be the one to help you grow your career: transparency. The interview process itself can give a lot of insight into the transparency of an organization. Prepared questions for an interviewer Read more »

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With many people born in the 1940s still working full-time, the workplace contains more generations than ever before. For employers, a multi-generational workforce presents a unique challenge in the form of different needs and expectations. Baby Boomers likely have one eye on retirement and are more prone to age-related health issues. Millennials, on the other Read more »

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Hiring good people is a major factor in maintaining a prosperous company. But to be able to hire the right type of people, you must have an efficient hiring process. In recent years, the average time to staff an open position has risen from just a handful of days to almost a full month. If Read more »

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At least one half of US employees aren’t happy with their jobs, according to some recent surveys. When you can’t stand your job and you know it’s time for you to make a change, it can be challenging to know what to do, and not knowing the next career move often results in procrastination and Read more »

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Employees say they feel more engaged when their employer supports their professional growth and supplies ways to reach individual career goals, all while fulfilling the company’s mission. A career development path gives staff members a system to strengthen their skills and increase their knowledge, both of which make them more effective at their job and Read more »