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Sometimes we just don’t have a great day at work and find ourselves more consumed by our Instagram feed or dreaming about our next vacation than our daily responsibilities. You’re unfocused, unmotivated, and not finishing any of the tasks you should. And a little bit of that is probably okay, but if you find yourself… Read more »

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Congratulations! You’re a manager now! It’s certainly very exciting, but probably also a bit nerve-wracking. More people can now see what you do, which means if you mess up, everyone knows—no pressure! But if you’re careful and prepared for the challenge ahead, then you’ll do just fine. Here’s how to succeed as a first-time manager…. Read more »

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When your top candidate refuses your job offer, it can be pretty frustrating. Especially when they check all the boxes, they seem like the perfect fit, and everyone’s really excited about hiring them. And sometimes it’s hard to understand why they suddenly don’t want the job, particularly if they seemed super enthused about it just… Read more »

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Congratulations! You’re a manager now! It’s certainly very exciting, but probably also a bit nerve-wracking. More people can now see what you do, which means if you mess up, everyone knows—no pressure! But if you’re careful and prepared for the challenge ahead, then you’ll do just fine. Here’s how to succeed as a first-time manager…. Read more »

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Hiring is a busy time for most employers. You’re scanning resumes, scheduling interviews, holding interviews, and conducting background checks. But no matter how busy you are, you should still take a few minutes to follow up with candidates after you meet with them. It’s a sign of courtesy and respect, it keeps the candidates you’re… Read more »

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As an HR manager, you want your company to be a great place to work. You want a strong corporate culture where your employees feel comfortable and supported and motivated to perform well to help power your company to sustainable growth. Here are six tips for improving your HR strategy. Develop a corporate culture Every… Read more »

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When you start a new job, you want to do everything right, including asking for feedback. You don’t want to seem needy, insecure or incompetent. But if you wait too long, you risk doing something incorrectly. But it’s important to establish open and honest lines of communication with your manager to ensure you’re on the… Read more »

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There are more advantages to hiring temporary employees than most companies realize. It’s often a lot cheaper and easier than hiring permanent part-time and full-time employees and with less of a commitment. If you hire someone temporarily who’s not performing as well as you’d like, you should be able to replace the employee. On the… Read more »

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Some job candidates just seem perfect. They’re charismatic, they tell you exactly what you want to hear, their references are glowing, and their resumes are stellar. But that doesn’t mean they’re a good candidate for your company. Fortunately, there are red flags you can look for during the interview to help you figure out whether… Read more »

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We’ve all been there—you’re sitting in a job interview and you get a question that stumps you. Even if you do all your research beforehand, and practice and rehearse, you still might get a question from left field or something you just couldn’t have seen coming. An unpredictable interview question is inevitable, but there are… Read more »