Catch These 3 Job Hazards Before They Become A Problem

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The safety of any facility depends on catching all kinds of workplace safety hazards. Some dangers will be rather obvious and easy to tackle, but others are less apparent and lingering in the background for quite some time. Standard workplace hazards include slipping and falling; chemical exposure, getting hit by falling objects, electrocution, repetitive motion Read more »

5 Ways You Can Reduce the Turnover of Your Top Talent

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Every time an employee walks out a company’s doors for the last time, it hurts the business. But the pain can be particularly acute if the person leaving is one of the company’s top performers. An employee retention program needs to be a company’s top priority because high turnover leads to lower productivity, lower morale, Read more »

How Can You Increase the Value of All Your New Hires?

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For many new hires, beginning a new job feels like the first day of school: there’s some excitement, some nerves, and some eagerness to make a good impression. A lot of those feelings are caused by unknowns, and for your new hires to add value as quickly as possible, they’ve should understand what it takes Read more »

Spring Hiring Data To Keep In Mind

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The various factors affecting hiring are constantly changing and hiring personnel need to stay on top of the latest information in order to do their job. This spring, there are a number of key data trends that hiring managers need to be aware of. These data trends are largely related to the current economic environment Read more »

Interviews Tips from The People That Actually Do The Hiring

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Ahead of a big game, football coaches would love to get the other team’s playbook so they could anticipate play calls. When you get interview tips from a hiring manager, it’s almost like getting a peek into their playbook. Because we’re always looking out for you, the job seeker, here are a few tips for Read more »

3 Reasons Why Your Business Benefits From Having Stricter Safety Guidelines

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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 »

How Can Your Hiring Stay Competitive With Larger Companies?

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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 »

Training and Development Essentials For HR Champions

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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 »

Tips For Managing A Multi-Generational Workforce

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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 »