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Remote Employees or Not – that is the Question

Many industries across the work-world spectrum maintain at least part of their workforce offsite. Businesses that commonly have remote work available include: Finance  –  Insurance  –  Real Estate  –  Travel  –  Media  –  IT  –  Technical Support  –  Transportation Traveling… Read more »

Mid-Year 2019 Recruitment Strategies

A study that included 500 companies worldwide demonstrated how incorporating a well-defined recruitment strategy removes roadblocks to success and enables companies to: Efficiently fill positions Decrease turnover rates Increase employee satisfaction For the study, participating organizations were divided into three… Read more »

Employee Performance Reviews in a Multi-generational Workforce

In today’s workplace, one of the primary challenges that employers face is developing policies that adapt to multiple generations. It can be especially true when creating a strategy for performance reviews. Each generation has distinct characteristics concerning: ● Motivational factors… Read more »

Check out the latest ME for SHE campaign featuring Laura Thibodeau, President of Springborn Staffing!

Springborn Staffing empowering young women! 👏💚 WGME is proud to partner with the Girl Scouts of Maine through our ME for She campaign. Highlighting local female entrepreneurs and business leaders through our state. By shining a light on these dynamic women, we… Read more »

Happy Fourth of July, Maine!

The signing of the Declaration of Independence in July of 1776 marks the day when America broke free from Great Britain’s reign. Each Fourth of July since, “from sea to shining sea,” we Americans partake in one of the many… Read more »

Create a Culture of Accountability: Ditch Your Fear-Based Strategy

Corporate managers who evaluate employee performance throughout the year may ponder the following questions: Did the employee receive the necessary training to do the job? Will additional coaching help the employee? Do they lack skills, or is their low performance… Read more »

Memorial Day – Making the Best of it When You Have to Work

Many of the country’s offices close in honor of Memorial Day as friends and family gather for weekend getaways and barbeques. As we join the fun, let’s not forget the purpose behind Memorial Day – a time set aside to… Read more »

“Spring Clean” Your Work Life

Warmer temperatures. Fresh breezes through the house. Ah, the joys of spring. Along with this anticipated and oh, so welcome season comes that itch to clean, declutter, and otherwise rid oneself of the remnants of winter. This urge that surges… Read more »

Thought Leadership  

Thought leaders shape the future of business. They are the trusted source for current expertise as well as innovative ideas for tomorrow. They create and build upon the best practices and processes that others follow. Becoming a thought leader requires… Read more »

Career Goals  

Goal-setting can enhance every aspect of your career by giving you a visual road map of where you want to go and how to get there. Whether you are a recent college graduated, initiating a switch your career journey, or… Read more »