Can Shift Planning Save You Money?

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Saving money is always at the forefront for companies who want to grow – not just survive. As the adage goes, success is often about working smarter, not harder. One area of business logistics in which working smarter can work to your advantage is shift planning. Workforce communications company Workerbee shared some best practices for saving money… Read more »

Four Conversations to Have with Your Team To Improve Morale This Summer 

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It’s been a tough year, but things are getting back to normal. How is your team’s morale? Are they happy to be back, or are they working for the weekend? In many areas, restaurants, bars, and other fun activities are opening back up. Add summer weather, and people are unfocused, and morale suffers. Here are… Read more »

3 Reasons Your Business Should Partner with a Trade School

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If you’re reading this post, you probably have staffing on your mind. Manufacturers are always on the lookout for quality talent, and recruiters have been reaching deeper into their toolboxes for different methods of infusing their businesses with superior aptitude and attitude. One strategy that you may want to think about could strengthen your business… Read more »

5 Recruiting Biases That are Hurting Your Efforts

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Whether you are staffing in Lumberton or Charlotte, unconscious bias can sabotage your recruiting efforts. You could be missing out on a great hire by not being aware of the flawed shortcuts your brain makes. To help you avoid such missed opportunities, watch for these unconscious biases in your hiring process.  The Halo Effect   This cognitive bias involves allowing one obvious positive trait about a… Read more »