Can You Turn a Bad Interview Around?

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Job interviews can give any candidate anxiety, but particularly now when the economy is struggling, and you may have more riding on this opportunity. There’s nothing like the sinking feeling you can get when you realize your face-to-face, video, or phone interview is faltering. Instead of giving up, we have some tips that can help… Read more »

Are You on Track to Meet Your 2020 Goals?

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It’s likely many companies out there are not on track to meet their goals. The COVID-19 pandemic created many additional hurdles for companies of all sizes. As we near the fourth quarter, companies have made unprecedented changes to cope, and sometimes survive, the coronavirus.   This crisis has made many of us revise and then revise our corporate… Read more »

How to Create Cloth Face Masks for You and Your Family

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The shortage of personal protective equipment (PPEs) is impacting healthcare workers in numerous ways. While companies have increased their production of this necessary medical equipment, there is a serious shortage that is negatively impacting patients and the healthcare workers serving them. The FDA recommends conservation strategies at healthcare organizations to conserve these precious resources.   But what about… Read more »

How to Successfully Manage a Remote Team

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By now, the novelty of working for home has worn off. The statistics suggest that working from home was a growing trend in the United States before the COVID-19 epidemic. But the realities of the virus are that many companies that hadn’t adopted a remote business model were forced to as a way to comply with… Read more »

Keeping Essential Employees Safe at Work

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Our essential workers are not just in healthcare. They are the people that stock your groceries or deliver your mail. Since most nonessential businesses are closed, this leaves us with a cadre of people on the front lines in businesses working every day to meet the needs of the public. How do we keep these workers… Read more »

Should You Bring Your Work Home With You?

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A study from 2012 showed most workers bring the office home with them each week. It reported Americans were tacking on an extra day’s work by bringing work home. A more recent study from Payscale says the practice hasn’t changed much, particularly as the lines blur between work and home as more workers than ever are logging hours remotely. But is this healthy? How… Read more »

Why Improving Company Culture Will Help Your Business

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Company culture has a more significant impact on the business than many people think. Keep reading for more information on how improving culture can improve your business.   Company culture matters. Businesses with strong, healthy corporate cultures end up attracting the best talent and keeping them longer. Today, millennials are shaping what’s important in the workforce; after all,… Read more »

Maneuvering Your Job Search Through COVID-19

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Right now times are very uncertain, very stressful and even a bit frightening. The COVID-19 outbreak has not only caused a health crisis but an economic crisis, as well. In a matter of days, millions of people found themselves suddenly out of work. Millions more are weeks or even days away from losing their jobs,… Read more »

Questions You Should NOT Ask a Candidate

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Facilitating a good interview is an art form in itself. You have to ask the right questions to see if your candidates have the right behaviors, skills, and experiences needed for the job you’re looking to fill. You need to assess for cultural fit as well as job fit. Plus, you want to simultaneously sell… Read more »

Questions You Should NOT Ask a Candidate

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Facilitating a good interview is an art form in itself. You have to ask the right questions to see if your candidates have the right behaviors, skills, and experiences needed for the job you’re looking to fill. You need to assess for cultural fit as well as job fit. Plus, you want to simultaneously sell your company as… Read more »