The Worst Thing You Can Do to a Job Candidate

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For men and women alike, being ghosted on the first date is one of the worst feelings in the world. Not only does it leave them wondering what went wrong, but it also robs them of the opportunity to work on their shortcomings. However, according to 76 percent of the respondents in a recent survey,… Read more »

How Does Hosting a Manufacturing Day Event Help Your Warehouse?

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To put it simply, Manufacturing Day highlights the best and brightest individuals, companies and breakthroughs in manufacturing. In a country that boasts well over 12 million jobs in manufacturing, it’s an informal holiday that can be celebrated by millions of workers every year. It’s also a great time for manufacturers to help strengthen their warehouse… Read more »

Quotable Values – Yes, They Make an Impact

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Maintaining a strong corporate culture is critical to the success of any company in the 21st century. There are a variety of methods to accomplish this, but it ultimately comes down to your mission statement. Memorable, quotable values are much easier to follow and enforce – and you’ll certainly notice the impact. When everyone in… Read more »

Mistakes to Avoid When Embarking on the Hiring Process

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The hiring process is a tentative time for any company. Whether it’s your initial foray into the job market or if you’ve been here before, there’s a certain amount of tension in the air. Will you find that ideal candidate? Will you find them – and train them – in time to meet any upcoming… Read more »

Goals – Why They Lead to a Great Culture

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Setting and achieving personal goals is a great way to increase individual morale, motivation and confidence. Not only do these goals let individuals progress through their career and achieve bigger and better things, but they’re useful when comparing productivity to others, too. The same can be said for organizational and team-based goals. Company owners regularly… Read more »

Boring Meetings? Try This!

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Do your employees give the impression they’re bored, tired or uninterested during group meetings? Maybe you’ve even noticed dullness or monotony in your own presentations. In either case, there are several tricks you can use to try to brighten the mood and make your meetings more enjoyable for everyone. Consider Eliminating a Table Some meeting… Read more »

Your Workers Quit You, Not the Job – How Can You Change That?

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While some industries experience more turnover than others, it remains a common problem in every profession. For some workers, it’s simply a matter of growing bored with their current jobs and moving on to bigger and better opportunities. Others are faced with life-changing situations that leave them no other choice. But unhappy employees aren’t afraid… Read more »

Does Your Team WANT to Work Overtime? Or Would They Prefer to Say No?

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Overtime is a great tool when it’s used correctly. Not only does it have the potential to boost productivity to new levels, but it’s usually quite profitable for the employees. Unfortunately, those who force overtime onto their staff often experience significant fallout as a result. Do They Want More Hours? The first step involves direct… Read more »

National Safety Month Is Coming in June – What Can We Learn From 2017’s Data

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June is National Safety Month across the United States. It’s celebrated in various ways, but its main focus is clear: to draw attention to worker health and workplace safety in the 21st century. Since these statistics are frequently tracked, compared and quoted, it’s easy for employers to gauge their effectiveness and any improvements over the… Read more »

Don’t Have Time to Manage Your Temporary Workers? How Can Mega Force’s Onsite Workforce Management Services Help?

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Some managers just don’t have the time to manage their temporary workers. Between supervising full-time employees, tracking expenses and working with external partners, most managers have enough work on a daily basis as it is. Introducing the additional responsibilities that temporary help requires, such as day-to-day supervision and productivity tracking, is asking a lot of… Read more »