Viewing Data as Your Friend

Data pertaining to the workforce teaches employers where their focus needs to be. It helps them keep up on what is and is not working throughout their company. By actively seeking the newest data, digesting it, then applying it, employers can keep their company relevant and attractive to jobseekers. You’ll quickly start viewing data less…

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Employers vs. Employees: Managing the Divide

I don’t think it’s news to anyone that we currently live in a society that seems to be extremely divided. Well – that definitely transfers into the workplace. As recruiters, we’re currently seeing a divide between employers and candidates. And much like everything else in life, the answer lies somewhere in the middle.  So, what…

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Hiring Trends you NEED to Know

DID YOU KNOW: The talent pool is shrinking. Why? Confidence in the growing economy has led to major hiring spikes. Now those qualified and happy employees are off the market. This is especially true for the skilled trades. Over the past several years, employers have been taking advantage of the economic boom by expanding their…

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Why you NEED Interns

As some of you may know, I started my career at SRS as an intern. I will be the first one to advocate for interns in the office. Here are some of the reasons why you should too: Interns are the future. If a company wants to survive through the generations, you have to hire…

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When You Don’t Feel like Performing well at Work

We all get into ruts sometimes. Whether it be from lack of sleep, motivation, inspiration. It’s important to not ignore the signs your brain is giving to you that something is off. Here’s some stuff you can do to get back on track For When You Don’t Care We’ve all hit that proverbial wall. Sometimes…

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Introverts vs Extroverts

There are more than two types of people in the workplace, but if we are going to overgeneralize: Let’s focus on the introverts vs the extroverts. Sometimes it’s hard to communicate with people who don’t communicate the same way. We all have social meters. Introverts like their meters to stay low and tend to get…

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How to Deal with Mistakes in the Office

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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Are You a Leader or Not?

Personality is different depending on who you are talking to. Your mom might call you driven, polite, and chivalrous. Your employees might feel a different way. What’s important is that your personality is a leader personality. As an employer, wouldn’t you want to be the best leader for your company? Good leaders attract good employees.…

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Let’s Review

Performance waxes and wanes throughout the year, it’s inevitable. As an executive, low performance is one of the worst things you can hear. But how on earth do you combat it? Sometimes it’s more complicated than a lazy manager or understaffing. Sometimes it’s something in the company itself. It can go back to company culture…

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You create company culture

As a leader, your company is your vision. This means that you will choose how to run it, how people will dress, and the policies everyone will follow, but is your vision all business? What I mean is a business is made of people, not machines. A company will never be perfect, but the how…

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