How to Make a Nervous Candidate More Comfortable

You expect candidates to exude confidence during job interviews, but most are going to be at least somewhat nervous. While you may view it as just a conversation, they see it as something to determine the trajectory of their career. It’s important to help set them at ease so that their true personality can shine… Read More »

Why Getting Frustrated at Work Could be Great for Your Creativity

We typically associate frustration at work with a roadblock; something is standing in the way of a goal. It could be a bad boss, outdated tools, poor processes, nasty colleagues, difficult employees or any number of frustrations. However, if you flip the script on frustration, you can actually use it as a catalyst for creativity.   The Unplayable Piano… Read More »

How to Keep Your Workers Safe in Hot Weather

  Summer is finally here! Before heading off on vacation to the beach or campground, it’s important to prepare your outdoor workers for the transition to heat and humidity. Working even just a few hours in extremely hot temperatures can lead to dangerous illness and even death. There’s good news, though: heat-related emergencies can be… Read More »

Can You (and Should You) Recruit Without The Internet?

  According to research from MIT, people spend an average of 24 hours a week, one full day, online. There is no denying that getting recruitment ads in front of people online can help with visibility, but many companies resist this form of recruitment. Understanding the ins and outs of paid advertising isn’t easy, and… Read More »

The Differences Between Millennials and Gen Z that Could Affect Your Hiring

  You’ve likely spent the better part of the last decade working to understand how to attract and retain millennials, and now, it’s time to welcome a new generation to the workforce. Generation Z, individuals born from 1996 to 2010, are beginning to enter the job market. Here’s what you need to know if you’re… Read More »

What is the Loneliness Epidemic and is It Affecting Your Workplace?

Thanks to technology, people have never been more “connected” than they are today, but despite our ability to reach out to anyone, at any time, personal interactions are on the decline and loneliness is on the rise. Though we work next to people all day long, many Americans are noticing loneliness creep into their work… Read More »

How to Excel in a Data Entry Job

  Data entry is a field that has been around as long as computers have existed, but over the decades, the nature of the work has changed significantly.  If you’re looking to enter the field, here are the things you need to know so you can excel in a data entry job. What is Data… Read More »

How to Write a Resume that Hiring Managers Will Love!

Your resume is a hiring manager’s first introduction to you, so it is important to hit the right notes. It takes talented hiring managers mere seconds to determine whether your resume is worth a closer look. Use these tips to create a resume hiring managers will love. Update Your Achievements Outdated achievements will not impress… Read More »

Will These New Workplace Trends Work for Your Company?

Modern workplaces are in a constant state of evolution. From rapidly-advancing technologies to changing attitudes and preferences, you can expect 2019 to be another year of change. If you are looking to evolve as an organization, here are some trends to keep an eye on in the coming year. The Prioritization of Emotional Intelligence Emotional… Read More »

How to Stay Motivated Regardless of Your Conditions

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  Staying motivated is difficult enough without struggling under an intense amount of pressure and frustration. If you’ve been feeling downtrodden lately, this article is for you. Here are four tricks to keep yourself motivated, even when you feel the pressure mounting.  Tackle Your Work Little by Little When you feel like you just can’t… Read More »