Excessive Absenteeism (A Sandwich Generation Issue)

Excessive absenteeism creates a negative impact on your business. A short-staffed business will cause low productivity, a downturn in employee morale, and an upswing in tension from increased workloads. Your business will not only see revenue streams sink but watch as your best employees head toward the exits. Ultimately, the company culture you’ve worked so hard to [...]

By | 2019-09-12T20:09:47+00:00 September 12th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Open-Door Management: The Benefits and How-To

“Just the act of listening means more than you can imagine to most employees.”      - Bob Nelson Business success originates at the top of the food chain with leaders who consider their workforce as a pivotal asset, without which, company goals could not be met or exceeded. Management must continually refine and update company [...]

By | 2019-08-14T13:09:58+00:00 August 14th, 2019|administrative, Blog, Client|0 Comments

Self-Development : 4 Ways to Help Move Your Career Forward

Whether you’re a seasoned worker, or just starting your career, it’s never too late to learn how to develop your career and become a shining star in your field. If you take an active role in your career and use self-development techniques, you will sit in the driver’s seat of your career and travel wherever [...]

By | 2019-08-08T21:15:54+00:00 August 8th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

4 Tips to Help You Find a Job After Graduation

Now that you have your college degree, you’re ready to hit the ground running to find that dream job.  Right? Maybe. Although a university degree provides an added advantage (41 percent of companies will only hire graduates), the U.S. Census Bureau reports a decline in graduates being able to find work. Of course, the key [...]

By | 2019-06-13T15:34:12+00:00 June 13th, 2019|Candidate, career|0 Comments

Memorial Day Remembrance in Your Organization

May 30, 1868, marked the first national observance - “Decoration Day,” to recognize and honor 623,026 soldiers who died during the Civil War, the deadliest war in American history.  World War I and World War II together claimed the lives of 626,000 soldiers and servicemen. Our men and women in the armed forces continue to fight wars and die to [...]

By | 2019-05-23T16:45:53+00:00 May 23rd, 2019|administrative, Client|0 Comments

Onboarding Strategy to Stop Your Company’s Revolving Door

A new employee’s first day of work entails filling out the necessary paperwork, meeting staff and a grand tour of the facility. Forward-thinking companies, however, know there are tangible benefits when they extend the onboarding process beyond day one. In order to retain employees, it is crucial to have a comprehensive, systematic onboarding plan that [...]

3 Ways Taking Vacation Pays – Enhancing Job Performance & Life

Do you use your vacation time, or play the martyr role and forfeit your time? If so,  you’re not alone The State of American Vacation 2018 shows that 52 percent of American workers left vacation time on the table, which is equivalent to 705 million unused days and worth $62.2 billion “The United States is [...]

Encouraging a Team-Oriented Workplace in a Multi-Generational Environment

“Team Work” is a phrase commonly used in the workplace, defined as “the combined action of a group of people, especially when effective.” The process of encouraging a team environment in your company begins with first recognizing each person’s unique characteristics. Each person on your staff differs in appearance, personality and work ethic and has [...]

Hiring Managers: Plan Your Summer Staffing Now

Daylight savings time signals the end of winter. It’s hard to believe that summer vacations are just around the corner. Employee vacations can wreak havoc - to avoid the hiccups; you need to pre-plan. Taking steps now will help your business function without skipping a beat and eliminate potential loss of revenue caused by staffing [...]