Staffing Resources

Here’s How to Get Ahead of Your 2019 Goals

November 20th, 2018

The end of 2018 is approaching quickly, possibly leaving you wondering what happened to year at all. It feels like you were just thinking about what you wanted to accomplish this year and now it’s time to think about another. You don’t want to wish the time away, but being mentally prepared for the fresh […]

How to Juggle Work and Back to School Time as a Parent

August 9th, 2018

As summer begins to wind down, you might find yourself feeling higher levels of anxiety as the fall season approaches. It isn’t all the pumpkin-flavored foods that are stressing you out – it’s the realization that soon it’s time to juggle your job and your kids going back to school.   While summer brings its […]

How Often Should You Drug Test in the Workplace

July 27th, 2018

Most new hires start a job understanding drug testing is likely part of the deal. Even if a company doesn’t conduct drug tests routinely, all employees are aware it can happen. As an employer, you keep this section in your handbook, but maybe you aren’t really sure how often you should drug test your team. […]

Do You Stand Out Among Your Co-Workers as a Leader at Work?

July 6th, 2018

It’s likely you didn’t start your career hoping you could stay in the same position until you retire. Most people have a general idea of where they’d like to go, and usually it involves moving beyond where they are now. One of the best ways to stand out and advance your career is to be […]

Are Your References Helping or Hurting Your Chances For the Job?

June 5th, 2018

The phrase ‘references available upon request’ was once the popular trend for resumes. It showed employers you had people to speak for you, but let job seekers off the hook of actually having to list anyone. As resumes continue to become more streamlined, employers just assume you have references because you should.   Before you […]

3 Key Points That Might Be Missing From Your Employee Handbook

May 30th, 2018

One of the most important resources for your company is its handbook. A well-assembled document is helpful for outlining all your policies for easy reference and ensuring all employees are on the same page. It creates the expectations for an organization, both in how employees behave and how they are treated.   A well-written employee […]

Want to Show Your Employer You’re Irreplaceable? Here’s how!

March 9th, 2018

Ask most professionals about the job market and their answers will most likely focus on the grim realities. The workforce is changing, and with that the availability of open positions. Companies are outsourcing and downsizing more, creating a shared anxiety among those currently working and searching.   Instead of focusing on everything that might happen […]

How to Properly Handle a Top Employee’s Resignation

February 14th, 2018

Occasionally, you get a clue it’s coming soon. Perhaps your employee seems disengaged at work or leaves the office several times a week for “appointments.” Sometimes it’s out of the blue, a complete shock to your team. No matter the situation, employee resignation is part of the professional reality.   Every employee who leaves will […]

What Are You Thankful for When It Comes to Your Workforce?

November 21st, 2016

This time of year is a great time for employers to consider all the things that have made their company great. Being thankful for the hard work and efforts of employees is a big part of this success. What are you most appreciative of when it comes to your workforce? Quality workmanship Loyal employees Reaching […]

Let Your Creativity Shine | 3 Ways to Reforming Common Organizational Practices

November 11th, 2015

Organizations often have no choice but to change. The world is always moving and things shift fast, therefore any business that wants to thrive must keep up. Many times, common organizational practices need reform because they have become outdated and ineffective. It’s up to the executive management team to use a combination of conventional wisdom […]