How To Utilize Personal Courage At Work

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Personal courage is a necessity when you are dealing with conflict in the workplace. While conflict is often avoidable, sometimes you can’t fix the problem that way. Tapping into your own personal courage can help you resolve conflict at work and have better relationships with your colleagues. All in all, being able to solve problems… Read more »

Tips On Dealing With an Employee’s Negative Attitude

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Negativity can spread in the workplace like a disease. One single negative employee can impact your business’s productivity, employee morale, and even retention rates. Here are some tips on dealing with an employee’s negative attitude.  Look for the Cause   To solve a problem with a negative employee, you need to understand where those feelings are… Read more »

The Best Career Advice You Probably Haven’t Heard Yet

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We all got a lot of career advice while we were growing up. We were told to work hard, be nice, and get good grades so that one day our “hard work would pay off.” There is a lot of advice on success that no one ever told us though. These are the best pieces… Read more »

How To Manage a Hybrid Work Situation – What We’ve Learned So Far

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As COVID-19 pandemic restrictions are being lifted, many businesses are choosing to implement a hybrid work model as people prepare to re-enter the workforce. Long-term, there aren’t many guidelines on how to manage this type of work situation. Here are some tips to help your business successfully manage a hybrid team. Create Clear Expectations Setting… Read more »

How Should You Prepare For the Approaching Sansdemic?

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The sansdemic refers to what many employers are facing right now. There are not enough employees available in the workforce to meet demand. The number of people looking for new jobs is steadily decreasing while industries are facing labor shortages like never before. It is affecting businesses throughout the United States. So, how should employers… Read more »

How Does Developing A Positive Mindset Help You At Work?

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Having a positive mindset at work can benefit you in a number of ways. So, next time you are sitting at your desk, breathe and smile. It can impact your performance, engagement, and overall morale. Being positive on the job may sound easier said than done. Here are ways to develop a positive mindset to… Read more »

What Is The Sansdemic and How Will it Impact Your Workforce?

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the workforce in a number of ways. However, much of this shift in worker availability was predicted years ago. There is a need for growth but too few candidates entering the talent pool. This “talent drought” is leading business owners to reassess their strategies when it comes to hiring and… Read more »

It is A Fantastic Time To Find A Job in Tampa Bay – Here’s Why

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Record-breaking numbers of people decided to quit their jobs last year. More than 4 million people in the United States left their jobs, over 250,000 of them were Floridians. For people looking for work, this can actually be great news. It’s actually a fantastic time to find a job in Tampa Bay. Here are some… Read more »

4 Tips For Managing Employees in 2022

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There are very few companies out there performing business like they did three years ago. The pandemic changed so many things about the way people interact and work with each other. More specifically, the ways companies are managing employees in 2022 are changing. Remote and hybrid models are impacting workplace policies. Below are four tips… Read more »

Challenges Facing Tampa Bay Employers This Year

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Tampa Bay employers have had to face a number of challenges in recent years. Many companies have had to reimagine how they perform business. Not to mention, how employers interact with staff members and potential candidates has completely changed as well. Talent shortages and a number of other obstacles are making it hard for Tampa… Read more »