How to Keep Your Best Employees From Leaving

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If you’re finding yourself filling vacancies left and right, it might be time to investigate the high turnover rate. This is especially the case if your top talent are also leaving for better opportunities. There may be a key oversight in your business operations that is causing the exodus of employees. Not to worry, though!…

3 Tips For Conducting Your Virtual Meetings

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With many in-person job functions now operating remotely, virtual meetings have taken the place of conference room meetings. If your business is in this unique position due to the pandemic, you need to be ready. Contrary to what you might think, virtual meetings aren’t as simple as just signing onto Skype and talking. You can…

How You Can Help Build a Positive Working Environment

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As an employee, is it your responsibility to create a positive working environment? For the most part, no. However, while the job falls mostly on management’s shoulders, there are ways you can help them out. A positive working environment is healthy, communicates well, and produces high-quality outcomes consistently. When the entire company works well together,…

Use Interviews to Figure Out Candidate Strengths

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Interviews are the best opportunity to find out what strengths a job candidate has beyond their credentials. A resume only tells you what they want you to know. Beyond that, you’re on your own as far as figuring out the rest. How can you uncover a candidate’s true strengths in an interview? Here are some…

How to Make Your Temporary Employees Feel Welcome

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When part of your workforce is composed of temporary workers, you may experience some friction, or lack of cooperation, between your temps and full-time employees. Taking care of all your employees, regardless of status, will ensure your business is running smoothly. It will also help you establish a good, or better, reputation in the industry…

Dealing With Abrasive Personality Types on Your Team

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When dealing with abrasive personality types on your team, you may be faced with some challenges. If they are a top performer and replacing them isn’t an option, you might feel stuck. Replacing them can be expensive. It also might not be in your best interest, either. At this point, it begs the question: how…

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.…

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…

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,…