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These days, the conditions of a new job matter more than ever. Job applicant standards regarding benefits, rewards, work pace, and more are higher. They want to find an employer that will ensure their safety and wellness to compensate for their work commitment. That’s why...

The interview stage of a hiring process is a significant determinant to finding your ideal next employee. During this meeting, you will learn more about your job candidates and envision how they may fit in your workplace.   During the job interview, you have a window of...

Millennials are a powerful force in the workplace. Statistics show that by 2025, millennials will make up more than 75% of the workforce. These individuals are often tech-savvy and have new and innovative ideas, which can help take a company to the next level.  So, as...

Many of you will probably agree, that writing resumes is no fun. It’s time-consuming, and in many cases, seems like a futile effort when you just keep getting rejection emails or don’t get a call for the job. The good news though, is that with a bit of focus on your resume and how you craft it, you can start expecting to get more callbacks and actually get noticed and not just sent to the discard pile. resume

When it comes to building your business, few things end up being more important than your staff. It’s your staff who are in the thick of it day in and day out, and you want to know you have the right people in those positions. The best thing you can do is find a recruitment agency who you are confident with to take on the task of finding the right talent for your team. Develop a relationship with the recruitment team and pretty soon you’ll have a great staff behind your company. Here’s how to choose the right agency: recruitment

Given how exciting it is to be the successful applicant for a new job, not to mention how much of a relief it is to finally get a job after multiple interviews, it can seem counter-intuitive to turn a job down. But if you find yourself in a situation where you are considering that it might be in your best interest to turn down a job offer, it’s totally okay.  Here are some scenarios where this may happen: job offer

The increasing amount of work performed online and the quick advancement of technology in the workplace means it is becoming simpler than ever to stay behind a screen. Interaction with your boss happens via email and instant message at the office, you text your co-workers and colleagues, and orders from clients come through your online ordering platform. Despite all of this, if you want to move up in your career, honing your professional communication skills is a critical step. Here’s what you need to focus on: communication

The fears around creating an autonomous workplace culture are understandable. Managers may feel that allowing employees the freedom to work as they see fit could undermine their efforts to get the most of them. Employees who don't feel trusted by their manager become unengaged and wouldn’t want to thrive in an autonomous environment. If you’ve assembled a team of engaged individuals, granting them this freedom will be the best thing you can do! autonomous

A company’s best asset is its people, so hiring the right person for a job is absolutely crucial. A good hire can lead to greater sales for the business, a potential future leader to push company initiatives, or a hard-working employee who gets the job done every day. A not-so-great hire can mean wasted time training a short-term employee and disruption within a department. There may be several reasons why you’re finding it challenging to find the right hire for a position. Are you making any of these errors in your hiring process? hiring