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Clean Your Schedule for Better Time Management

March 6, 2017

The first outdoor hints of spring often bring with it the urge to purge house and home of winter; to do a thorough cleaning, toss out the clutter, and let a fresh breeze blow away the stuffiness. Houses aren’t the…

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The Good, Better, Best – Part 2: Choosing the Best Candidate

November 3, 2016

As you gear up for the second round of interviews, you’ll want to tune in with all senses and pay attention to instinct as well throughout the entire process. “Gut feeling” can and should be a valuable part of this…

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Good, Better, Best Part 1:  Choosing the Best Candidate

October 27, 2016

It’s incredible, in both a good and bad way. No less than five highly qualified candidates have risen to the top in the search to fill a key position within your organization. And you find yourself with the unenviable task…

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Engaging at Work

October 20, 2016

On a scale of one to five, how engaged are you in your job? If that number’s less than you’d like, you’re not alone. In 2015, only 32 percent of U.S. workers felt engaged in their current job. The reasons…

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5 Tips for Achieving Employee Engagement

October 13, 2016

Engagement on the job is huge. Companies with engaged employees outperform those without by up to 202 percent. Furthermore,  Gallup research found well-established connections between employee engagement and these nine key performance metrics: Customer ratings Profitability Productivity Turnover (for both…

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Why Customer Service Always Matters

October 10, 2016

Anywhere you go, if you ask folks to share a time they experienced poor customer service, the stories will flow like the Mississippi River. Not only are such experiences all too common, but they tend to stick in a person’s…

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The Benefits of Hiring the Candidates with Disabilities      

October 6, 2016

Of course, it’s the right thing to do. To consider a candidate based on his/her ability to do the tasks, which a particular job requires, rather than to discount him/her as a potential employee based on disability. While some accommodations…

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The Joys of Autumn

September 29, 2016

Winter boasts the sparkle of a snow-covered landscape and the excitement of Christmas. The beauty of spring bursts in a rainbow of color as the plant world comes to life again. Summer is replete with long, carefree, fun-in-the-sun days. And…

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The Foundations of an Ethical Workplace

September 10, 2016

An internet search about “ethics in the workplace” will uncover a lot of discussions, most of which centers around practices of the unethical kind. Names such as Enron, WorldCom, and Lehman Brothers are still circulating years after their scandals made…

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The Significance of Labor Day

September 1, 2016

It’s more than a Monday PTO from work that makes for a nice long weekend at the end of summer. While Labor Day, the first Monday of September, is commonly celebrated with picnics, water sports, good times at the lake…

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