4 Possible Reasons Why Your Job Search Isn’t Working

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While on the job search, you may have encountered many different setbacks, and you aren’t sure what went wrong. Job searching is, unfortunately, a complicated process with several different things going on all at once. Getting one of these things wrong can disrupt the rest, and that doesn’t do you any favors. If you’re struggling…

Staff Retention: Why It Matters and What You Should Do

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In the current competitive labor market, finding the right employees can be a big hassle. Because of this, it might be a good idea to shift focus to retention efforts and keep staff turnover low.   ¬© fizkes / Adobe Stock   Staff retention is important because you want to make sure your current employees…

Give Feedback to Your Employees Frequently – Here’s Why

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If you’re a manager with a decent-sized team, you know how critical communication can be. A good team can become great with exceptional communication. However, all of this starts at the top. Want to keep ahead of the game? You should be providing critical feedback to your team frequently. To find out why, continue reading.…

The Best Seasonal Jobs to Work In Over The Holidays

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There are many benefits to working a seasonal job. Seasonal work is growing in popularity, and more and more companies are turning to temporary workers to get the job done. If you’re looking for some extra work, or you need a job right now, here are some great seasonal work that can make you some…

4 Career-Changing Things You Should Know About Yourself

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Even if you already have a job, you should be paying attention to your career. Careers are more than jobs. They are also about learning and growing as a person. The process of learning and growing comes with understanding who you are as a person and what you bring to the table. In order to…

Hate Your Job? Don’t Count Yourself Out

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People who hate their jobs are more common than we might think. You might be one of them, sitting there reading this, thinking you’re ready to quit. You just can’t take it anymore. It’s the work, the co-workers, the boss, the company. Hold on. Before you make any permanent decisions to quit and make a…

What to Expect When Looking to Start a New Warehouse Job

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The warehouse industry is always growing and is always searching for new workers. It isn’t because of high turnover or poor pay, either. Warehouse jobs are high-paying, labor-intensive jobs that require little experience to get started. Warehouse employees have plenty of room to grow, earn more, and get promoted. Interested in a warehouse job? Are…

How to Handle the Contrasting Personalities of Your Team

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Every team will have a wide variety of personalities. Managing a diverse workforce effectively can be a boon for your business. However, failing to recognize the diversity in personalities of your team can certainly spell disaster if you aren’t careful. We’re here to help you manage your diverse team in a way that will make…

Are You a Settler or a Reacher in Your Career?

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In the dating and relationship world, it is often said that one partner is the ‘settler’ while the other is the ‘reacher’. The settler settles¬†down with someone, for one reason or another, even if they think they can do better. On the other hand, the reacher finds a partner who is ‘out of their league’…

3 Ways to Handle a Good Employee With a Bad Attitude

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Every place of work, at one time or another, has a good employee with a bad attitude. These troublesome cases are unique. In the case of an all-around poor worker with a poor attitude, it is simply a matter of discipline or termination. However, a foul-tempered worker who is good at their job is tough,…