4 Reasons a 4-Day Work Week Could Be Right for Your Company

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In the last five years, a perfect storm of events has made it more challenging for employers to attract and keep top-notch talent. One example of how companies have adjusted their hiring practices to cope is how remote work started as a necessity and has become a selling point. So, what’s The Next Big Thing… Read more »

4 Steps to Establish a Culture of Safety in Your Company

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While workplace accidents have decreased slightly in the last few years, they still represent one of the most significant costs a business can face. The National Safety Council reports that in 2020, workplace safety incidents cost employers $163.9 billion. And that doesn’t address the pain and suffering felt by the unfortunate employees injured in these… Read more »

Take These 5 Steps to Increase Your Production Line Output

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In manufacturing, productivity is the name of the game. Maximizing your production line output will help you keep pace with your competitors and increase your profits. Here are five steps you can take right now to juice up your production.   Start Small  There’s an old adage that says the best way to eat an elephant… Read more »

5 Benefits of Using a Temp-to-Hire Model for Your Company

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While the COVID-19 threat has shifted from pandemic to endemic, and the rest of life seems to be getting back to normal, employers are still struggling with a labor shortage. If your business is dealing with a talent deficit, you may want to consider a temp-to-hire model. It offers multiple advantages for both your business… Read more »

Ways to Make Your Onboarding Program More Fun

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In today’s competitive job market, acquiring quality talent is at a premium. So is keeping it. Luckily, what you do in your new hires’ first days with the company can set them up to be successful and keep them around for the long haul. In fact, a study by the Brandon Hall Group found that… Read more »

4 Things You Need to Do Right Now to Cope with the Skill Shortage

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Some call it “The Great Resignation.” Others call it a “workforce crisis.” Nicknames aside, the skilled labor shortage that dominated an employment landscape ravaged by COVID in 2021 has rolled on into 2022, and there are no signs of it slowing down. Consider these statistics from the United States Chamber of Commerce:  There were 10.6… Read more »