Staffing Resources

How to Recover After Losing Your Top Performer

July 13th, 2018

A team shouldn’t be built around one team member, but sometimes losing a particular person can become your star. A top performer is someone you rely on, and believe is dedicated to your company, causing the announcement of their departure to be an unexpected and disappointing surprise. While it may feel like disaster, it isn’t […]

Why Mental Health Days Are Important to Your Employees

June 26th, 2018

Some days you wake up completely exhausted and stressed and realize you need a day off, but it’s only Wednesday. Because you aren’t physically sick, you go through the motions at work while the feelings of exhaustion continue to pile up. This continues until you finally have a moment to relax once the weekend comes. […]

How to Be an All-Star Delegator and Why It’ll Make You a Better Leader

June 12th, 2018

Delegating is a concept foreign to many leaders and managers. The drive that gets you into a position of power is the same one telling you to keep as many responsibilities as possible to make sure everything is done correctly. Instead of relying on your team for assistance, you’re essentially telling them you don’t trust […]

5 Reasons Your Company Culture May Be Turning Away Great Candidates

March 16th, 2018

Have you posted a position with great expectations, only to find you weren’t attracting the right kind of talent? The salary and benefits align with what your competitors offer, but still you see a lack of interest. Maybe it’s time to consider the impact your culture has as the best candidates search for new positions. […]

4 Job Interviewer Personality Types You May Meet

November 25th, 2013

In your quest for a new job, you are very likely to meet some interesting folks who will be interviewing you. Each interviewer is as unique as a snowflake, each having his or her own personality and preferences. This means you will want to prepare ahead of time by becoming familiar with the most common […]