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Have you ever tried to have a conversation in an elevator? How long did it last? Did you get an opportunity to truly connect with the person you spoke with? Think about it: the average elevator ride lasts for a very short time. Now imagine you have a job interview in that same elevator. You… Read more »

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Temporary employees can grow to become an invaluable part of your team. Does that mean they should be included in your holiday bonus program? You have a few options. It’s great to give holiday bonuses in the spirit of the season, but even better if you can combine them with programs to boost morale and… Read more »

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This is the time of year that many individuals and businesses take stock of where they are, where they want to go, and how they are going to get there. Previous company policies may no longer work in the coming year for a variety of reasons and it may be time for a change. Making… Read more »

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The hiring process can stress out anyone, whether they’re in the interview chair or lining up possible candidates. As the person doing the hiring, it stands to reason that you want the right person for the position; you certainly don’t want to bring on the wrong person and have to go through the time-consuming process… Read more »

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Networking isn’t only for candidates to find you–you can find serious quality candidates through doing some networking of your own. While everyone would like to believe hiring occurs simply by going through the resume-interview process, it does help to “know someone who knows someone.” This doesn’t mean that you hire your friend’s cousin to do… Read more »

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As the year draws to a close, many of us tend to have a bit of a short fuse as we deal with holidays, relatives, and constant bombardment by every retailer out there…and that short fuse sometimes makes its way into work as well. So what can you do as a manager to keep your… Read more »

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As you look for work, whether for a new career move, an attempt to get out of an unsatisfying current job, or an ongoing search after losing your previous position, the frustration mounts when, after taking the time to put together a resume and cover letter, you get nothing but crickets as a response. On… Read more »

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The cold weather will set in before we know it, and stores already have the winter merchandise sitting next to the leftover Halloween candy. Have you thought of what holiday staffing needs you have yet? To get a jump on the season, as well and have yourself prepared for the rush of the next few… Read more »

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It’s never easy to lose an employee, particularly when “losing” is a euphemistic way of saying that employee is being let go or, more bluntly, fired. But sometimes the person hired simply doesn’t fit your needs or becomes more of a hindrance than a help. And sometimes that person’s position needs to be filled quickly,… Read more »

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As employees move on through retirement, relocation, or other means, you have a decision to make as to whether or not their positions should be filled. Leaving them to attrition may seem like a viable option at first, but down the line it means more work for employees who already have a lot on their… Read more »

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