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How to Take the Stress Out of Employee Performance Evaluations

Employee performance evaluations are a critical part of running a business. A yearly review helps gage how effective the employee has been in their job, determine problems and resolve them, and provide new challenges for development. Performing a review can… Read more »

Essential Tips to Jump Start Your Job Search this Fall

Autumn is finally here, and while the year may be winding down, this is an excellent time for new beginnings – especially in your job search.  Taking the initial plunge into the job hunting process can be extremely overwhelming, especially… Read more »

What All Employees Need

Excellent salary, top-notch benefits, in-depth training, and growth opportunities may be the first factors that come to mind when you think of what would make you a great employer. Without a doubt, these are all important elements to consider, however;… Read more »

Hire the Best Candidates – No Matter the Cost

Despite your company’s yearly financial obligations, employees are without a doubt your most expensive asset. Recruiting, training, managing, communicating with, and ultimately, retaining quality employees can all be extremely overwhelming. However, for something so important that comes at such a… Read more »

E-Verify – The Pros and Cons

Since 2007, the E-Verify program has been gaining popularity with American companies. But also since its early days (it was first introduced as part of a pilot program in 1997), its use has been widely debated. Run jointly by the… Read more »

Managing Your Company’s Brand in the Tech Age

Before the dawn of the Internet, brand management was a bit less complicated. It meant maintaining face-to-face relationships, with little attention paid to editorials, if necessary. Most media outlets took time to deliver news and rarely included consumer opinions. In… Read more »

Lack of Experience? No Problem!

Do you know what the most heartbreaking words in a job description are for a recent grad? “Three to five years of experience required.” It’s rare in today’s market that you find a job posting that is specifically noted as… Read more »

How to Avoid a Regrettable Hire

Have you ever looked at your recent hire and immediately wanted to face plant into your desk? Yes, sometimes, that promising hire turns out to be a complete dud. They seemingly refuse to communicate properly, reflect on the company poorly… Read more »

Employees vs. Summer: How Can You Keep Employees Engaged?

Remember when summer meant time to relax and do nothing? Or play and enjoy life? Even as adults, it can be hard to shake that attitude, and summer is often the least productive time of the year. Your employees may… Read more »

Clean Up Your Profile!

The Internet has completely changed the way we socialize, with Facebook and Twitter leading the way. It has also changed the way companies hire. Whether you’re looking for a job or already in the workforce, it pays to remember that… Read more »