4 Things HR Leaders Learned During the Shutdown

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For many businesses, the COVID-19 pandemic has been the challenge of a lifetime. HR leaders have spent the past several months working long hours, putting out fires, and making difficult decisions. No doubt, this has been incredibly stressful for everyone, but it also highlighted many underlying issues that need to change. Here’s a look at… Read more »

Learn About The Importance of Having a Remote Work Policy

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The COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. Like many companies, your employees have been working from home for months, and it seems like this will continue for the foreseeable future. At present, you don’t have a formal remote work policy, but you’re interested in creating one. Doing so is important because… Read more »

Why It’s Important to Over-communicate With Employees

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The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down. Chances are, it has had a profound impact on your business. Many of your employees are likely working from home for the foreseeable future and those deemed essential have had to adapt to pretty major changes. In this time of disarray, your team needs you more… Read more »

Managers Play an Important Role in Employee Well-Being

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Being the boss is a very big job. You’re responsible for your team’s performance, but you also play a huge part in their well-being. These people likely dedicate at least 40 hours per week to their jobs, which is a significant amount of time. Treating your team with kindness and respect is so important. This… Read more »

5 Tips to Create a Safe Workplace During the Pandemic

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It’s been months since your employees have set foot into the office. Due to the pandemic, they’ve either been working remotely or furloughed, but it’s time to start thinking about opening your doors again. If your local area has given the okay to resume somewhat normal operations, you’re probably both eager to get back to… Read more »

5 Tips to Properly Review a Resume

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Your company is a great place to work. No doubt, when you post an open position, you’re inundated with resumes. This is great, but it can also be problematic, as narrowing them down to one final candidate can be very challenging. If you don’t have much — or any — hiring experience, this task can… Read more »

How to Boost Employee Engagement By Communicating Progress

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Your team works hard every day, so if they feel like they’re not moving forward, it can be discouraging. If this sentiment becomes the standard, people will eventually stop caring, because they feel like their efforts are in vain. As the boss, it’s your job to keep employees motivated. Helping them see how far they’ve… Read more »

5 Important Tips for Promoting Collaboration on Your Team

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As the saying goes, “there’s no ‘I’ in team.” However, you’re not sure if your employees got the memo. People do outstanding work individually, but they fall short when it’s time to collaborate on group projects. Thankfully, with a little extra effort, you can turn things around. Use these tips to help your team improve… Read more »

5 Tips For Improving Diversity in the Workplace

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If your company isn’t particularly diverse, it’s time to make some major changes. Now that 2020 has arrived, there’s no excuse for having a work environment where all employees do not feel accepted and appreciated. Of course, knowing how to transform your current workplace into a more inclusive space isn’t always easy. Here are a… Read more »

5 Interview Questions to Uncover Strong Work Ethic

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Hiring a new employee is a very big deal. You want someone with the right skills and experience, who gets along with the rest of the team — but that’s not all. It would help if you also made sure the candidate has a solid work ethic. The last thing you want is to hire… Read more »