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 […]

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 Tips to Ensure Your Employees Are Happy

May 16th, 2018

If you work the standard nine-to-five shift, 25 percent of every week is spent at your job. That means you spend at least a quarter of your life, every year, working. Because of this, a job you’re engaged in makes those hours feel more valuable and less frustrating.   As an employer, you need to […]

How You Can Change Your Interview Style for Each Interview

April 11th, 2018

The standard style of interviewing is a tried and true method used by most employers around the world. Most candidates enter an interview expecting the same questions:   “Tell me about yourself.” “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” “Describe a time when you had to overcome an obstacle.” “Where do you see yourself in five […]

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. […]

Looking To Make Your Workplace Desirable For Candidates? Follow These 3 Tips!

January 31st, 2018

In life it’s easy to overcompensate in every area. Instead of just listening to what people want, it can seem simpler to give them what you think they want. This tendency can present itself in a workplace as well, with employers thinking they understand what their employees want without taking the time to ask.   […]

7 Warning Signs Your New Hire Isn’t the Right Fit

January 19th, 2018

When you’ve spent hours carefully selecting the right candidate, you expect them to excel, succeed and make you proud. This may be the dream, but all too often candidates fall short of your expectations for many reasons. Your new employee may have seemed great in the interview, but simply falls flat in real life. Here […]

Ways to Increase Candidate Engagement for Better Hires

May 16th, 2013

Recruitment is a vastly different animal then it was in the past, thanks to new avenues for sourcing and attracting candidates. Instead of merely finding candidates who fit well with the job description, recruiters are actively searching for ways to engage the top candidates to flock to their doors. This shift in focus to candidate […]

Optimize your Candidate Hiring and Screening Practices to Land Talent

April 7th, 2013

The secret to a thriving business in any industry is hiring and retaining the most productive and skilled employees. A large part of this is having an effective strategy for hiring and screening all candidates before considering them for employment. It can be a real challenge to know upfront what each candidate is actually worth […]