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 […]

6 Ways You Can Bounce Back From a Layoff

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Have you recently been laid off during the pandemic or corporate restructuring? You’re not alone — millions have experienced this before and have to work to gain new employment. Fortunately, we’ve got some tips on how to get it done. 1. Take Stock Initially, you’ll want to determine where you’re at once you hear you’ve […]

Keeping Company Morale Up During the Summer

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The sun comes out, and it’s like a curse on your productivity. Some workers take advantage – leaving early, coming in late, frequent vacation days. While you can provide some levity, there’s still work to be done. As a manager, it’s your duty to remind your employees that they are just as responsible for their […]

What Actually Makes Your Employees Stay?

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Retention is always on employer’s minds – but what really makes a difference for employees? Sometimes offering a happy hour or implementing “Bagel Fridays” isn’t enough. But can you really afford raises across the board to keep your staff members satisfied? If you can’t give a salary bump, find other ways to make employees feel […]

Benefits of Maintaining Strong Communication With Your Candidates Through A Crisis

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Communicating with your candidates is always important, but maintaining strong communication with them during a crisis can set you apart from your competitors. Thanks to COVID-19, our economy came to a grinding halt in March, and businesses are facing unique challenges. On one hand, millions of businesses were deemed “non-essential” and were forced to close their doors, putting them in […]

Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace

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With a job force filled with various generations, you have to adjust your management style to appear to different age structures. Our modern workplaces demand an understanding that there will be a multitude of different people with different perspectives. From young new hires to veterans in the field, here’s how you can do it!   Effective Feedback  […]

Best Ways to Integrate Your Temporary Workers

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Temporary staff members can be so vital: whether you’re short-staffed for the summer or you need skilled trades for a massive project, temporary workers can rescue you in a crisis. They can also be great for a trial run – if you’re not sure how an employee will perform, give them a contract role to […]

What Happens When You Can’t Stand Your Co-Workers?

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Animosity in the workplace is not unheard of. Whether it’s personal drama or a difference in work styles, it can be extremely difficult for some to work in harmony together. If you’re in a situation where you can’t stand someone you work with, don’t despair. There are several options you can investigate that may help […]

Onboarding Doesn’t Stop After the First Day

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Welcoming newcomers to the team is a great way to make them feel involved for the first day on the job. But how do you continue the process past first introductions? Employee retention is essential – the last thing you want as a leader is to be trapped in a cycle of constant hiring with […]

Trainee of the Month October 2016

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  Jose Garcia, employee since 9/26/16, has won the Trainee of the Month award for October 2016. From the trainers: “During the time in training, Mr. Garcia always remained professional. He always asked questions, never missed a day in training, received high percentages on quizzes, and if there was ever a lesson he did not […]