Staffing Resources

How is Workplace Safety Shifting in 2017?

March 28th, 2017

With the start of a new presidential term, many people are wondering how OSHA regulations may be changing in 2017 and beyond. Federal rules aren’t the only way workplace safety is shifting, though. Here are a few of the changes you’ll be seeing this year. Staying on top of these changes will ensure your company […]

The Steps Every Employer Should Take to Build Trust in the Office

March 21st, 2017

Everyone in an office must trust one another, and trust you as their manager, if the office is expected to succeed. This is a basic fact of business. One thing to remember, though, is that trust is not a static thing. It is “an evolving thing that ebbs and flows,” according to psychology professor David […]

Starting a New Job? Here’s the Secret to NOT Become the Awkward New Person!

March 14th, 2017

When starting a new job, you know to be professional and start off on the right foot with your boss. But what about your new coworkers? You’ll be working with these people, maybe for years! You want to make a good first impression with everyone in the office. We have the secret to not be […]

Why It’s a Good Idea to Stay Home When You’re Not Feeling Well

March 7th, 2017

To call in sick, or not to call in sick…that’s the question on the mind of many new hires. If you’re feeling under the weather, should you call out and stay home? Or will that make you look unprofessional? Many workers, especially when they are starting a new job, prefer to go in to work, […]