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12/7Use Your Attendance Record to Shine-Most companies have at least one employee with a spotty attendance record. When this person isn t late to work, they re calling in sick with one contrived illness or another. This lack of accountability is tough on the entire team, because everyone has to pitch in when one person doesn t pull their weight. As a responsible... Read more »
12/5Maintaining Focus During the Holidays-You probably have a lot on your mind this month and so do your employees. On top of all the personal holiday busyness, the final weeks of the year can be crunch time at work as well. How do you keep distractions down and productivity up, without turning into Ebenezer Scrooge and giving it... Read more »
11/30Using Your Experiences to Define Your Future Role-During a job interview, you ll be asked a variety of questions to gauge your fit for the position. There s no one right way to answer each one, but the best responses always draw from real job and life experiences. Much more helpful than a hypothetical response, this gives them a glimpse at what it would... Read more »
11/28Why You Need an Effective Performance Review Process-A talented workforce is at the core of every successful organization. Key priorities including engagement, retention and a robust talent pipeline, are intrinsically connected to effective performance management but it may be time to rethink your approach. Traditional annual reviews are rapidly becoming a thing of the past in favor of instant, ongoing feedback... Read more »
11/21Four Benefits Temporary Employees Bring to Your Workforce -If your company has never employed temporary staffers, you might be a bit skeptical about it. Taking on workers who will only be part of your team for a brief period of time might seem a bit unusual, but it can be an incredible business strategy. Plenty of talented professionals choose temporary employment for a... Read more »
11/16Interviewing Candidates for Adaptability-The best companies are those that quickly adapt to market and industry changes and have employees who do the same. Team members with the skills to adapt will help your organization grow and thrive. They are more likely to: Stay calm under pressure Try new tools, procedures and techniques Quickly devise solutions Accept new... Read more »
11/14How Has Networking Changed in the Digital Age?-In the past, all networking was done in person, because there wasn t really another option. Making face-to-face connections is still invaluable, but social media has made it very possible to expand your contact list from the comfort of your own computer. It s still wise to attend networking events regularly, but savvy professionals supplement this with... Read more »
11/9What Do Successful Employees Do Each Day?-What makes an employee successful and productive? The answer is simple: Happiness. If a person loves their job and looks forward to coming to work each day, they will be intrinsically motivated to be more productive. The key to creating a culture of productivity is getting employees engaged and excited enough about their work that... Read more »
11/7Think You re Perfect for the Job?-Actions speak louder than words in a job interview, so show your fit by doing. Any candidate can claim to be the perfect match for the company, but you can stand out by actually serving as living proof. The importance of demonstrating your cultural fit cannot be emphasized enough. Many employers actually favor cultural fit... Read more »