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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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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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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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As you look for a job, know that companies prefer to hire employees based on referrals. Employers like to hire people who have good recommendations from someone they can trust. So when you connect with a recruiter, you are connecting with someone who can also tell an employer about your experience and your skills. A… Read more »

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Create a Strategic Staffing Plan to Improve Your Process   If you want to build a shed, what do you have to consider? Materials and how to get the best quality for your time and available money. What type you want to build. How long it may take to build it and how much time… Read more »

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As you get ready for an interview, you know it’s a good idea to prepare so you give a good first impression. You should look up information on the company by going to its website, looking on the web for articles about the company, and carefully studying the job description so you can see how… Read more »

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Whether it’s tax season, the winter holidays, or summer break, chances are good that you have your busy seasons and you need some extra help to manage that upswing in business. If you take some steps and precautions now, you’ll have strategies in place to face your coming season with a little more organization and… Read more »

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In terms of administration, can a manager lead well? Can a leader manage others competently? Some professionals look at managers and leaders as mutually exclusive terms, thinking of them as having different qualities and duties. But some claim they overlap — in other words, it’s entirely possible to be both a manager and a leader…and… Read more »

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When you look at employee retention rates at your company, how do you fit in compared with others in your field or your geographical area? If you want to know why employees leave, it helps to conduct a proper exit interview to find out the reasons — receiving honest, open feedback can help you change… Read more »

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Now that the list has narrowed down, the resumes vetted, the questions asked, the pertinent documents signed, and the hands shaken, it’s time to begin the extremely important process of onboarding the newest hire. What can HR do to best acclimate a worker and get him socialized to the inner workings and performance requirements of… Read more »

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