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How to Engage a Multigenerational Work Force

How to engage a multigenerational workforce is a very timely topic. The workforce is one of the first places that different generations interact in a team environment without as much emphasis placed on age. It is important to understand since the workers will come from different backgrounds, education levels, and generations that the manager or […]

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How To Reach Passive Job Seekers

How To Reach Passive Job Seekers   Active job seekers are people that are actively looking for jobs, reaching out to employers and filling out applications, while passive job seekers just look around without ever applying for anything or making contact with employers. While active job seekers may be the only candidates you hear from, […]

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What to Look for When Recruiting Staff

WHat to look for when recruiting staff

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Managing Millennials: Tips and Downfalls

Managing Millleninals is far different from previous generations

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Inexpensive ways to thank employees for a job well done

Employee Thank you’s go a long way

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Tips and Tricks for Noteworthy Presentations

Tips and Tricks for Noteworthy Presentations     There are many companies that teach seminars and even college credit classes focused on the topic of created a noteworthy presentation. For those of you who are still looking to improve, here are ten steps which, if followed, will get you 80% of the way to outstanding […]

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Incorporating Self-Care into the Workplace

Incorporating Self-Care into the Workplace   Self-care has become a hot topic in the media as people are trying to be more intentional about taking care of their mental and physical health. It is both the right and the responsibility of the employee to take care of themselves, but employers can take steps to ensure […]

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Making Connections: How to Effectively Network

Making Connections: How to Effectively Network     The first step in successful networking is identifying what you want in a connection; relationships take energy and you have to be willing to put in the effort into the connections which will make a difference. Be sure to spend some time and physically write down the […]

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CANDIDATE FIRST DAY PREPARATIONS

 First Day Prep for Candidates               Do not be late. Prove to yourself, your superiors and your fellow colleagues that you are serious about the role, the company, and the responsibilities. Showing up late will only result in disconnection between your peers and could result in more severe consequences. […]

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Benefits of a Well-Done To-Do List

    Benefits of a Well-Done To-Do List There have been countless articles written about the power of a to-do list and creating tangible goals. With all of the focus and time spent on this topic, why do people still struggle to understand the power of a well-done to-do list? The reason is that people just […]

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