5 Great Ways to Motivate Production-Floor Employees

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Maintaining a fully staffed production floor has always been a challenge for managers. A study conducted in 2018 by the Association for Manufacturing Excellence found the average turnover and absenteeism rate among manufacturing and distribution plants was 37 percent. Then, COVID struck, and the accompanying economic crisis made staffing an even steeper hill to climb…. Read more »

Job Opportunities That Require Little or No Experience

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It’s the classic job-seeking Catch 22. You can’t get the job you want without the right experience, and you can’t get experience without a job. But what if there were a way you could get a job with little or no experience and get the ball rolling on your quest for a career to grow… Read more »

To Fire, Or to Retrain: That is the Question

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There comes the point in some employer-employee relationships at which managers reach a crossroads. When an employee’s job performance dips below expectations and stays at that level for any length of time, managers are faced with a choice – address that employee’s shortcomings with the goal of increasing their performance, or terminate their employment. Given… Read more »

A Staffing Agency Could Give Your Job Search a Boost

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If you’re looking for a new career path, but you don’t have a dream job in mind, working with a staffing agency could be right up your alley. Some job seekers are hesitant to involve staffing agencies in their hunt for employment. They may think doing so limits their options by tying them down to… Read more »