Tips for Managing a Team That Will Make Your Job Easier

Managing your team can be challenging. With so many changes happening daily, finding the right balance can be difficult. Of course, it takes time to see which management strategies work best for you. The following suggestions may be helpful. Choose among these tips to more effectively manage your team. Hire the Right Employees When you… Read More »

How to Support the Mental Health of Your Employees

There are increasing numbers of stressors impacting your employees’ mental health right now. Growing safety concerns and economic upheaval are among the factors contributing to elevated levels of anxiety, depression, and burnout. Mental health concerns are further impacted by race, economic opportunity, job type, parenting and caregiver responsibilities, and other variables. As a manager, you… Read More »

How Can You Assist Your Employees in Feeling at Home at Work?

Your employees likely feel most comfortable when they are at home. They can be who they are and engage in the activities they enjoy in a relaxed environment. Similar principles can apply to your work environment. Helping your employees feel comfortable at the office promotes engagement, collaboration, and productivity. The more your employees feel like… Read More »

How to Demonstrate Your Company Values Diversity & Inclusion

Honoring diversity and inclusion in your company is more important now than ever. Every employee deserves to feel valued and respected for how their uniqueness and contributions benefit the organization. Your employees differ by gender, ethnicity, age, religion, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and physical ability. They also have different talents, experiences, lifestyles, personalities, perspectives,… Read More »

Managers Can Improve Communication Within Their Team

Although your employees may be working toward similar goals, they likely will not handle tasks the same way as their teammates. Because everyone has different ideas and approaches to work, leading your employees can be challenging. This is why flexibility in your communication methods is so important. When you understand your employees on a personal… Read More »

How to Build a Culture of High Performance

JobStoreStaffing_Increase Retention By Building a Positive Company Culture

Your company culture provides a foundation for both employee behavior and innovation. It should encourage your team to share their ideas and problems in order for your organization to move forward. This promotes a positive work environment that increases engagement, job satisfaction, and employee retention. The more high-performing your culture, the more top talent wants… Read More »

Encourage a Better Work-Life Balance as a Manager

Companies that offer work-life balance are more likely to hire and retain the best talent. Employees want jobs that promote time for self-care, family and friends, and overall wellness. When they find an employer who prioritizes these areas, the employees are more likely to perform their best and remain with the company long-term. Implement these… Read More »

Tips for Dealing with a Difficult Employee

Handling a difficult employee can be challenging. It drains your energy, decreases productivity, and lowers team morale. This can lead to disengagement, high turnover, and a toxic work environment. Fortunately, the sooner you deal with the problem, the sooner your team can move forward. Knowing how to properly handle this type of employee is an… Read More »

Time Management Skills to Streamline Your Team

Helping your team develop time management skills takes a different mindset and approach than developing the same skills for yourself. Although the process may be challenging, the benefits are worth the effort. The more effectively your team members manage their time, the less stressed and overwhelmed they should feel and the fewer mistakes they are… Read More »

Increase Your Chances of Making and Retaining the Right Hire

Interviewing can be as stressful for hiring managers as it often is for candidates. This is especially true if it is your first time conducting an interview. You need to prepare for the discussion, begin talking, find out who the candidate is and how they work, then finish the conversation. Moving through these phases can… Read More »