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Employee Red Flag? Or Sign of Talent?

April 5, 2022 | Comments Off on Employee Red Flag? Or Sign of Talent?

Employee Red Flag? Or Sign of Talent? Do you know what makes a great employee? Some traits are easy to spot: people who are punctual and reliable, perform well under pressure and can be trusted to complete their job tasks with few mistakes. However, some traditional “red flags” are actually a sign of underutilized talent.…

4 Ways to Lead with Compassion

March 31, 2022 | Comments Off on 4 Ways to Lead with Compassion

4 Ways to Lead With Compassion How do you genuinely inspire and motivate your team? In the age of “the Great Resignation,” good leadership stands out. Managers and business owners who think that they’re charismatic and influential leaders may need to take a moment to reflect on their effectiveness. Leading with compassion may be the…

For High Skill, High Value Jobs, Working From Home Doesn’t Work

March 29, 2022 | Comments Off on For High Skill, High Value Jobs, Working From Home Doesn’t Work

For High Skill, High Value Jobs, Working From Home Doesn’t (Always) Work While many people discovered that they could complete their jobs through working from home or flex time, not everyone had the same results. Those in high-skilled, collaborative roles may do better with in-person collaboration with teams, for which regular Zoom meetings can’t achieve…

Bad Job Descriptions are Repelling Qualified Workers

March 24, 2022 | Comments Off on Bad Job Descriptions are Repelling Qualified Workers

Bad Job Descriptions are Repelling Qualified Workers Many of our members are recruiting talent to fill important positions in their businesses. Employers in many different industries find it difficult to find employees at every level, and chronic short-staffing is taking a toll on many businesses. However, you may have more eligible workers than you think, but your…

Why Businesses Reject Resumes – Even in a Talent Shortage

March 17, 2022 | Comments Off on Why Businesses Reject Resumes – Even in a Talent Shortage

Why Businesses Reject Resumes – Even in a Talent Shortage Walking down the street, it’s rare to spot a business that doesn’t have a “Help Wanted” sign in the window. The “Great Resignation,” and the number of people who abandoned their 9-to-5 jobs for a side hustle or entirely new career, has resulted in a talent shortage…

Interview Your Employees So They Stay

March 15, 2022 | Comments Off on Interview Your Employees So They Stay

Interview Your Employees So They Stay The Great Resignation is spurring a rash of hiring bonuses, better perks, and aggressive recruitment. You’ve probably heard of or are engaging in focused talent retention – but have you tried the “stay interview?” The opposite of an exit interview, a stay interview is a semi-formal conversation with your…

Do This Before The Great Resignation Becomes The Great Revolt

March 10, 2022 | Comments Off on Do This Before The Great Resignation Becomes The Great Revolt

Do This Before The Great Resignation Becomes The Great Revolt Walk down the street outside your business and you’ll probably see at least one “Help Wanted” sign – and you likely have one of your own up, too. The Great Resignation is turning into the Great Revolt, as workers are leaving jobs in droves –…

Many Who Quit Didn’t Show Up in Unemployment Numbers — What Gives?

March 8, 2022 | Comments Off on Many Who Quit Didn’t Show Up in Unemployment Numbers — What Gives?

Many Who Quit Didn’t Show Up in Unemployment Numbers — What Gives? Millions of Americans have quit their jobs during the Great Resignation. 4.4 million employees left their jobs in September alone in search of greener pastures with July and August numbers not far behind. It would be expected that everyone that quit would either need to…

Is the Great Resignation Permanent?

March 3, 2022 | Comments Off on Is the Great Resignation Permanent?

Is the Great Resignation Permanent? Gaining traction since April of 2021, the Great Resignation has created a labor shortage for many industries that are now struggling to fill open positions. While some speculations early on suggested that workers would return before the holidays, time told a different story. A poll conducted by the US Chamber…

How to choose colors for your new logo

March 1, 2022 | Comments Off on How to choose colors for your new logo

How to choose colors for your new logo A logo is the first impression people will have of your brand. With studies revealing users take 0.05 seconds to form an opinion about your business, there is a need to make your logo really stand out. Most successful and iconic logos that make a brand instantly…

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