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 […]

Top Talent Looks Different Today: 3 Skills Your Next Great Hire Needs

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The world has changed quite a bit in the last 18 months. While in many cases, the job candidate has the advantage, because so many companies are trying to hire for new and reopened positions, hiring managers need to be selective in who they bring in for interviews. People have had some time to refine […]

The Small Life Changes that Make a Big Difference in Your Finances

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There’s a lot of wisdom in the old adage, watch the pennies, and the dollars will take care of themselves. Sometimes we feel like we have to make big, drastic changes to improve our personal finances and make our bank accounts more robust and healthy, but small changes can and do make a big difference! […]

5 Recession-Proof Hiring Strategies to Put in Place Now

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If we’ve learned nothing else in the past year, it’s that life is unpredictable. We don’t know for sure what’s around the next corner, only that we should be ready for whatever the world throws at us. For your company, that means preparing for not only great success, but leaner times when markets fall and […]

Build Up Your Savings Utilizing These 4 Tips While Working a Temp Position

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The life of a temp can be equal parts stressful and liberating. On the one hand, you aren’t committed to a position for long stretches of time, unless it’s a temporary-to-permanent position you’d like to pursue. On the other hand, if you know up-front how long you’ll have the position, you know exactly how long […]

The Key Differentiators That Define a Great Candidate

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The good news is, there was a great response to your most recent job posting. Candidates are submitting resumes left, right, and center, and there’s a pile of cover letters just waiting to be reviewed. The bad news is, there’s a pile of cover letters waiting to be reviewed. After a while, they might all […]

Creating a Workable Budget Based On Your Paychecks

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Money in, money out. It seems like a simple concept, but it’s incredibly complex! You might know how much money you will make every pay period, and how much you bring home, but do you pay close attention to how that money’s spent? Or do you find yourself pinching pennies and cutting corners in the […]

Organizing Your Finances in 6 Easy Steps

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It’s been a long, trying year — almost two of them! — and maybe your finances aren’t in the strongest place. The bills keep coming in and the bank accounts are looking a little tight to keep pace. Feeling the pressure is common and understandable, but don’t lose hope! There are easy ways to get […]

Fatigue: 5 Reasons it is one of the Top Hazards in the Workplace

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Ever been bone-tired, waiting for your next rest? That’s fatigue. You may be feeling it because of personal reasons or if you’re feeling overworked. Avoiding fatigue is essential, which is why proper rest can really help you come to work each day at 100%. Anytime you are experiencing drowsiness, fatigue is the mental and physical […]

What to Wear to a Light Industrial Interview

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  You submit an updated resume, you passed the phone screen, and it’s time to make your in-person first impression. Professionalism depends on presenting your best self, and half of that comes from your appearance. Not only do you want to show you know what to wear, but you’ll also feel confident dressing the part. […]