6 Questions Every Manager Should Ask in One-on-One Meetings

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Regardless of how often they happen, one-on-one meetings between managers and their employees are essential for both participants.  Managers, this is your chance to find out whether your employees are thriving or falling behind, whether there’s a problem that needs to be addressed, or they have a great idea to help solve a nagging issue.  […]

Prepare for a Productive 2022 for Your Workforce Using These 5 Tips

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  We have a brand new year on the horizon. That usually means new year’s resolutions for any and all goals, from eating more healthy foods and saving money to reading more books. Why can’t it mean setting goals for your workforce too? As a leader, you can help set the tone for your team […]

Re-Onboarding for a New World of Work

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It’s been a very long and stressful 18 months or more. It’s been challenging to keep your company running while employees were working remotely, or in a hybrid setting, or while clients and customers shifted their operating expenses. Everything has changed. But things are starting, slowly, to stabilize. Vaccines are available for those who want […]

Leadership vs. Management: What’s the Difference?

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What do you think of when you hear leadership? And management? While the terms “leadership” and “management” may conjure the same images and thoughts in your mind, there are some big differences between these two in practice. This article goes into the contrast between leadership and management. Implementing a Vision Leaders don’t just think about […]

4 Ways You Can Help Upskill Your Employees This Year

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A valuable workforce is not only a pleasure to coach, it can also help your own productivity. The more you can trust your team to manage their workload and even delegate to, the more you can get done. A productive staff can boost effective management. Here’s how you can upskill your current workers to help […]

What To Include on Your Resume for an Industrial Job

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In an industrial setting, it can be hard to know if you need a resume or what your resume should look like. Whether you’re employed in construction, warehouse operations, or manufacturing, you may have limited experience in filling out a resume. This is what you should include on your resume if you’re looking for an […]

Looking for a Talented Welder? Consider These Attributes

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As an employer, you want to recruit the best talent. Evaluating a variety of essential skills can leave you wondering what to prioritize. Every different position that needs to be filled requires different skills and characteristics. This is what you can look for in your next welder candidates. Ambition A great welder knows when it’s […]

Safety Tips for Every Warehouse Worker

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A warehouse environment can often bring an opportunity for injury. Hazards, trips, falls, and bruises occur where they can easily be prevented. As a warehouse employee, take the initiative to keep yourself safe and abide by all safety regulations each day on the job. Follow these safety recommendations to avoid danger. Power Equipment Usage When […]

Virtual Hiring is Here to Stay: Get It Right With These Tips

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Due to the pandemic, the employers were forced to shift to virtual hiring. Virtual hiring typically entails all communication via email and phone communication, as well as video-conference interviews. This sometimes even extends to remote onboarding. It appears that the virtual hiring tactic is here to stay. Here’s how you can get it right. Consult […]

The Tech Tools Your Business Needs for Working Remote

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At this point, most people are used to working remotely. However, it’s not enough to stay afloat. You need to lead and be there for your workers to help them stay productive and motivated. It’s essential that you have the appropriate tech for your team. Managing Tasks Your employees need to stay productive. Depending on […]