8 Reasons Colorado Is the New “It” Factor and Why You Should Relocate

Whether you’re considering a move or not, you’ll be shocked to uncover what Colorado has to offer. It’s a work hard, play hard place where you’ll develop a great taste for adventure, handcrafted beverages, and an amazing community feeling. Here are eight reasons you should make Colorado your new home. 1.       Sunshine Summers Our state… Read More »

Your 2019 Career Goals: How to Set Achievable Goals

Leadership tip: Productivity is always boosted by a strong company culture. Unity in the workplace benefits workers as well as supervisors. In any business setting, it’s crucial to put your people first. So as a manager, how can you emphasize the importance of company culture and ensure your staff feels supported? Boosting Company Culture The… Read More »

4 Tips to Help You Ask the Right Questions at Work

Asking questions at work can be intimidating. Whether it’s a discussion about an unfamiliar topic or questions for a supervisor, it’s important to have the right conversation. Here are four tips that can help you ask the right questions in a professional setting. Stay Friendly Displaying negativity when you have questions can really limit what… Read More »

FREE Employee Appreciation Tips!

Staff members that go ignored tend to go somewhere else. Every employee needs to understand what to do, why they are doing it, and how they can impress their supervisor. To retain staff members, you need to remind them why they agreed to join the team in the first place, and they need to feel… Read More »

3 Books All Job Seekers Need to Read

As a job seeker, you know it’s a full-time job just to find a job. Dozens of applications, plenty of resume tweaks, and hopefully networking events and interview opportunities. Hours spent looking at postings and sending emails and hoping you’re making the right decisions. How do you know you’re on the path to the right… Read More »

Why a Previous Employee is a Good Fit For a Current Opening

When you post listings for a position, it can be difficult to find the right fit. You may find yourself looking in creative locations for candidates. Hiring a former employee can be tricky, but it’s not uncommon. If you have an opening and you find yourself thinking of previous employees for the role, here’s why… Read More »

How to Set Expectations for New Employees on Your Team

Onboarding can be overwhelming for everyone. New workers need to learn their roles quickly, and managers have other priorities. The problem is, setting expectations for new employees is crucial to successful performance and high morale. How can you make onboarding a priority and be sure your expectations as a leader are met? Start Early Onboarding… Read More »

The Benefits of a Flextime Workplace

The traditional workforce is changing at a rapid pace. Typical nine-to-five hours are no longer the standard, and it’s increasingly difficult to hire and retain talent when you implement a rigid schedule. There are varying types of arrangements you can make with your workers, but we recommend setting up flextime in your company to see… Read More »

3 Things That May Be Making You Unhappy at Work

There are a large number of professionals that experience a sinking feeling each Sunday night. They start to dread the next day, thinking about the volume of work piling up or the frustrating conversations that might ensue with clients or colleagues. This sensation has been dubbed the “Sunday Scaries” and can dampen the mood of… Read More »

5 Things You Are Missing From Your Weekly Meeting Agenda

Scheduling one-on-ones with your staff? Make sure you’re capitalizing on this time spent with each worker and don’t leave anything on the table. Here are the five things you might be missing as you schedule weekly meetings with your workers. 1. Sticking to the Schedule Rescheduling can be a signal to your employee that you… Read More »