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How to Kick-Off Your Employee Wellness Program Before the New Year

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As 2018 comes to a close, many people have the same thing on their mind – resolutions. And most people focus on becoming a better, healthier person in the new year. This means something different to everyone: more yoga, heavier weights, less snacking or trying meditation. There are many ways to improve your physical and… Read more »

3 Tips for Motivating Your Temporary Employees During a Busy Holiday Season

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Many managers experience a lack of motivation during the holiday season, particularly with part-time and temporary staff. Some workers have a hard time staying focused when they aren’t fully invested in the organization. Here’s how you can help your whole team feel at home and encourage your employees to stay focused during the holiday season…. Read more »

Here’s Where to Find the Best Candidates in Colorado This Holiday Season

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Seasonal staffing can be tough. As a manager, you must deal with employees on vacation (or daydreaming about it), and some workers even take a leave of absence. During the holiday season, you want to be fully staffed up to handle any challenges that come your way. Being short-staffed cripples your company’s productivity and leaves… Read more »

Are You Using LinkedIn on Your Current Job Search? Here’s Why You Should Be!

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The challenges of a job search aren’t just limited to resume revisions and impressing employers. Navigating the job marketplace becomes even more complicated in an era of social media bombardment. Think about what tool is universally used by both candidates and recruiters. LinkedIn is an amazing resource that can be equally helpful to both employers… Read more »

All Great Leaders Have THIS in Common

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Management presents many challenges, and one of them is settling for mediocrity. Every supervisor should strive for greatness as they lead their team. Whether you’ve been the boss for 40 years or you’re new to delegating, it’s essential to focus on what will help your team succeed. If you’re comparing yourself to great leaders and… Read more »

Long Commute to Work? Listen to These 5 Podcasts on Your Way!

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If you have to travel to and from work, you may be looking for a way to make your commute seem a little quicker. The past decade has been the era of the podcast – listening to audio stories from radio hosts. You can find a podcast about anything; from your favorite TV show to… Read more »

Bad Online Reviews? Here’s How to Turn Your Business Around

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Every company has experienced some negative feedback. Whether you’re receiving unjustifiable complaints or you’ve recently experienced some tough times, it’s important to have a great reputation. Perception is everything, especially in the social media age. No business is immune to bad commentary, even if you have a history of positive interactions and quality service. One… Read more »

Are You Leaving a Bad First Impression During Your Interviews?

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You did it! You got the call. Your resume or cover letter has launched you into the pool of potential hires. Now your only remaining step is impressing the hiring manager in an interview. How can you guarantee you make a great case for yourself? Avoid these easy-to-make interview mistakes that can make a bad… Read more »

These 5 Tips Can Help Your Business Land Better Talent

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Hiring is a challenging process, especially when you factor in shuffling through applications and resumes, the onboarding process, and retaining workers. If you’re tired of constantly bringing in workers that don’t measure up, we can help. Here are our top five tips on how your company can land better talent:   Online Presence In the… Read more »

Admitting to a Mistake at Work? Here’s How to Do it Right!

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So you’ve made a mistake on the job. Big or small, you’ll need to own up to your error. Some mistakes that seem minimal can cause a ripple effect and have an impact on your entire team. It’s important to address the issue as soon as possible, and do it in the right manner. But… Read more »