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Career and hiring tips, industry insights – all updated regularly to keep you informed.

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April is known for many great things: the start of spring, the beginning of baseball season, and Easter, among them. And then, there’s April Fools’ Day. As far as we know, the custom of celebrating the first of April with pranks, jokes, and hoaxes started more than 600 years ago with a mention in “The… Read more »

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World Health Day has been celebrated each year since 1948 on April 7th. The World Health Organization promotes this celebration yearly to promote awareness of health concerns. If we learned anything in the last year is that most of us take our health for granted. Whether you are recovering from COVID-19, or managed to avoid… Read more »

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Employee onboarding is a fundamental process for making new employees at your company feel at ease. But what about employee offboarding? When an employee leaves, many companies settle for collecting paperwork and keys and withdrawing computer access. It’s more a matter of protecting the company’s assets than learning anything about the employee’s experience.   But if… Read more »

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Nothing is quite as debilitating as waking up already dreading what your workday holds in store. When you feel overwhelmed before your feet hit the floor, it’s hard to escape that cloud of doom. But you can escape that mental trap.    These steps can help you recognize the source of your anxiety and then get… Read more »

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It goes without saying that the job interview is the single-most critical tool you have for bringing the right people into your company. This is true in every industry – even factory work. Here’s a list of five great questions to ask during a production worker interview, along with some thoughts on what each question… Read more »

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If you like math, have a knack for problem-solving, and count organization as one of your strengths, have you ever thought of being an accountant? If not, maybe you should – accountancy pays better-than-average wages and has a positive outlook in terms of job availability, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.   So, what skills… Read more »

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You don’t have to be a supervisor to be a leader. But whether you lead because it’s in your job description, or you’re leading by example, you’ll find yourself wearing several different hats as your responsibilities shift throughout each day. No matter your title, any leadership role you take will require you to wear one… Read more »

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As a warehouse operations employee, you’re an important part of your company’s workflow. But perhaps you’re looking to stretch your wings. What are your career goals?  Once you’ve committed your goals to writing, use these 10 tips to reach them.  Make a written list of your strengths and weaknesses. You need to know what you… Read more »

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In today’s job market, applicants aren’t hard to find. As an employer, your challenge is finding the right employee for you. Here are seven tips on recruiting high-quality candidates for your company.    1. Treat candidates like you would your customers.  Think of this as the golden rule of recruiting. Remember that you’re selling the… Read more »

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Love and relationships are in the air this month – whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with your significant other or gathering with single friends in solidarity. But one of the major relationships you might not be thinking about is the one you have with your job.   According to new research from LinkedIn, most of us (81%) believe we should… Read more »