If you’re hiring, you’re probably doing it for one of two reasons: Because you’re expanding or because you have to rehire. Unfortunately, some employees move on, but how can you make that transition smooth? It can cost up to twice that employee’s salary to find someone. Time (and money) is of the essence. To save…

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It can cost you a third of an employee’s salary to replace them if they leave. That’s a lot of dough, but we are really here to discuss turnover and how to prevent it. Fortunately, a lot of the ways employees report on what they need out of a company to stay are common sense.…

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For every question a recruiter answers, we ask two more. It’s our job to get things right on the front end before we start our search. Uncovering needs and deal-breakers can take a lot of time during the hiring process, so here are some tips on how to prepare yourself and your team before you…

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A quick search about buzzwords will lead you to pages of Google results telling you which words are in, which words are out, and which words we should have never started using in the first place. Buzzwords are in their own right part of the business jargon, and that’s why its important to be able…

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Have you ever asked why your employees like your brand? Is it your mission statement, your procedures, your company morals, or is because you were hiring? Who’s going to be honest with you? Employees can be an important part of your brand. Newsflash: When you own a company, you cannot be around for every decision,…

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As some of you may know, I started off my job as a marketing coordinator as an intern. I’m here to explain how to successfully start up an internship program at your company. You can read here to find out why you should even bother taking on some interns. Step 1: Research You need to…

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The dreaded “B” word in the office. Bonding. Why do we even need team bonding anyway? Well, I’ll tell you why. 1. You don’t know your employees from Adam If you own a midsize to large company, it may be hard to get to know all of your employees personally. Use people you have hired…

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There are two sides to every job. The good and the bad. It feels good when you are promoting, awarding, or congratulating employees for a job well done. Unfortunately, there will be a time when you have to have “the talk” with one. It’s important to know how to handle mistakes that employees make. It’s…

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People are people and people tend to make mistakes, but business mistakes can be costly. Whether it costs money or employees, employers need to know how to handle when they make a mistake. If you are an employer. How to handle mistakes The first thing you need to do is realize the mistake. It’s cliché,…

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