Goal Setting Tips for the New Year

Ready to ring in 2020? If you’re embracing the changes the new year will bring, you’re a step ahead. You can jump in and sing Auld Lang Syne, but resolutions are out. Goal-setting is in. Making resolutions that are destined to be broken by February can’t help your professional gains, but creating measurable, attainable goals… Read More »

How to Revamp Your Management Style

To manage your team effectively, you need to inspire them. Many professionals that have been in management for decades get complacent and lazy in their supervisory capacity. Take an active role in your leadership by assessing your methods and taking some introspective time to analyze and reflect in pursuit of a better management style. Ditch… Read More »

3 Reasons Why It’s Important to Take Breaks Throughout the Workday

A recent survey by Tork found that fewer workers are taking their designated lunch break. A daily break during the workweek helps you clear your mind, take care of personal tasks and fuel yourself for the second half of the day. However, if you’re skipping your lunch, you’re hurting yourself and your organization. This oversight… Read More »

8 Ways to Show Appreciation to Your Employees

Management is a tough gig. You need to push your team to get the job done, but you want to retain and support your workers. Staff members that don’t receive constructive criticism and can’t make a career plan tend to leave. Keeping your staff satisfied is critical to retaining your team. If you’re looking for… Read More »

Social Media Do’s and Don’t’s When Trying to Get a Job

The recent controversial news story on hiring and social media may have you thinking about what is lurking on your Instagram or Facebook profile. It’s not at all uncommon for managers to look you up before they bring you in for an interview. While you can limit what strangers can see on your pages, there… Read More »

Tips for Retaining Your Top Talent

Employee engagement is more than a catchy industry phrase; it is an essential component to your company’s success. You need your team to represent as active participants, not passive procrastinators. A quick reminder of what occurs when you have a disengaged workforce: Low Morale Low Productivity Employee Conflict Keeping your team members on your staff… Read More »

What to Expect in Your Warehouse Interview

How can you make sure you land the job when it’s time for a warehouse position interview? If this is your first entry-level role or you’re meeting with a potential employer to take a step up in the warehouse setting, you’ll need to sell yourself to the hiring manager. How can you best represent your… Read More »

Don’t Scare Off Potential Employers With These Interview Red Flags

WARNING: If you want to get the job, you have to ace the interview. Your resume can only get you so far. Making a strong positive impression during your meeting is crucial in convincing a hiring manager that you’re the right one for the role. To stand out to any potential employer, you’ll need to… Read More »

Best Practices For Keeping Your Mental Health in Check

Are you experiencing burnout? Feeling the negative impact of being overworked? Developing a self-care routine and maintaining a stable mindset can be challenging in an economy that demands 24/7 productivity. If you want to maximize your effectiveness in the workplace and manage your mental health, here are some quick tips. One Step at a Time… Read More »

5 Qualities to Look For In an Administrative Assistant

Managing your support staff can be more challenging than you think. Effective delegation is a skill that takes time to hone, so it’s best to find high-quality administrative support to simplify your workday. The skills you need to seek for an administrative assistant are numerous. The job is about more than answering phones and picking… Read More »