Four Things to Do When Following Up Post-Interview

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Congratulate yourself; You’ve successfully navigated through a job interview by showcasing your skills and qualifications. However, the journey to securing the position doesn’t end there. The post-interview follow-up is a critical phase that can significantly impact the hiring decision. This article will explore four essential things to do when following up after an interview to Read more »

Help Your Team Create SMART Goals This Year

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Goal setting can be the crucial element that sets one team apart from another. Both individual employees and groups can be motivated and more productive when they have a measurable, attainable goal. SMART goals are the best way to help employees set benchmarks—and then achieve them. Here’s how to help your team create SMART goals Read more »

How to Get Along With a Negative Coworker

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Negative co-workers may do more than create a negative environment, they may actually sap your energy, darken your mood and reduce your productivity. The positive and negative effects of everyone’s emotions have a way of spreading throughout the environment, which is why it’s crucial to recognize and deal with negative employees. Whether you are the Read more »

3 Ways to Create a Successful Onboarding Process

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An onboarding process is more than just signing paperwork and getting a tour of the company. When new employees walk into the job on their first day, they’re looking for reassurance the offer they accepted was a good choice. In the past, the onboarding process has been treated as a single event, often with new Read more »

4 Ways to Show off Your Leadership Skills

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Leadership skills can be practiced at any level at work, regardless of the title you hold. These are skills most employers seek in the employees they promote through the organization. Successful leaders will show their value and ethics in all of their actions, including their demonstration of initiative, innovativeness and proactive action. The truth is, Read more »

Do You Know What to Bring to an Interview?

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Going to an interview can trigger more than just a few butterflies in the pit of your stomach. When you are prepared for an interview, whether with a contract staffing agency or a permanent employer, you’ll have more confidence and be more likely to shine during the interview. Knowing what not to bring to your Read more »

How to Deal With an Unhappy Employee

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When you have an unhappy employee, it reduces your productivity and rots your culture from the inside out, which in turn, affects your revenue and sales. If your company follows a general pattern, close to 17 percent of what researchers call “actively disengaged” employees are working in your business. These are people who do not Read more »