The world of hiring is time-consuming; here are some tips

If you have hired anyone recently, you know how difficult and time consuming it can be to find the right talent. A lot of time, energy and expense goes...

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Developing the best formula for happiness in the workplace

I was reading some marketing articles over the weekend and came across an article about “Happiness in the Workplace”.   Skimming it briefly, I didn’t see...

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State tax reciprocity: What it is and how it can affect your employees

If you have hired, or are thinking of hiring, employees who live in a state different than your worksite,you should be aware of the tax implications.

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Though not federally mandated, give employees time to cast their ballots

Most people are aware that U.S. Election Day is Tuesday, November 8 in 2016.  With the presidential election taking place this year, voters may wait in...

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Expect respect: Encourage staff, listen to co-workers

Every human being, of whatever origin, of whatever station, deserves respect. We must each respect others even as we respect ourselves.--Ralph Waldo...

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5 ways to help your employees beat the winter blues

Once the holiday season is over, you may notice a drop in company cheer that was felt just a few weeks earlier.  We start to feel the burden of several...

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An employer brand can be a great recruitment strategy

As employers with open positions to fill, we often consider what we’re looking for in a candidate.

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Add humor to motivate, encourage teamwork and boost morale

We’ve all heard that “laughter is the best medicine.” Did you know that it’s easier to smile than to frown? Scientists have discovered that your body has...

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Safe workplace boosts morale and work quality, lessens staff turnover

When employees work in a good, safe environment, they feel that they can make a difference. There are fewer staff absences, less staff turnover and an...

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What’s in a background check and why is it important?

Surveys suggest that more than 80 percent of companies conduct some type of background search as part of the hiring process.

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