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 »

How to Stay Motivated at Work After the Holidays

Returning to work after having extended time off for the holidays can be challenging. You may have become used to enjoying delicious food and engaging in conversation with family and friends. Or, perhaps you took a vacation to relax and have new experiences. No matter how you spend your time away, you may not look… Read More »

3 Warning Signs You Should Consider Changing Your Management Style

If you are noticing that something feels off with your team, it may be because of your management style. Since small actions repeated over time can have a significant impact, you may be unaware that your behavior is adversely affecting your team. This can lead to disengagement, absenteeism, and turnover. As a result, you may… Read More »

Denver’s Hot Job Market Impacts Real Estate

Denver’s job market has continued to improve, with a growth rate that is better than the national average. With this job growth have come other improvements to Denver’s economy, including retail sales and the real estate market. With a decrease in foreclosures and an increase in home sales, Denver has become a seller’s market. Employment… Read More »