3 Tips For Measuring the Success of Your Remote Employees

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In a nationwide effort to slow the transmission of COVID-19, millions of businesses across the US have had to transition to a distributed workforce model. This is an unprecedented transition that has presented major challenges to both employees and employers alike. For their part, employees have been forced to rapidly adapt to the day-to-day routines… Read more »

3 Lessons Companies Have Learned From COVID-19

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The COVID-19 crisis has posed some unprecedented economic, political, and social challenges to the global population. At the same time, it has provided us with some valuable lessons. Many employers, for example, have been hit particularly hard by the onset of the pandemic. Over the past few months, millions of businesses across the United States… Read more »

3 Tips For Taking Care of Your Mental Health While Working During COVID-19

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Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of working professionals across the US (and around the world) have been struggling to adapt to life under lockdown. On the one hand, there has been a physical transition as we adjust to the new reality of working from home regularly. On the other hand, the last… Read more »

Communicating Properly During COVID-19

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Since early March, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced millions of businesses across the United States to temporarily close their doors. This has been a nationwide effort that’s had a considerable impact on our collective fight to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Almost four months later, those same businesses begin the slow, steady, and… Read more »

Learn How to Talk to Candidates Who Are Nervous to Come Back to Work

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Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans have been struggling to adapt to the new reality of routine supply shortages, social distancing, and living under quarantine. This is an unprecedented moment in history that has required each of us to undergo a major psychological shift. Today, after months of virtually complete lockdown,… Read more »

Tips for Helping a Struggling Employee

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There are countless reasons why an employee might be struggling and performing poorly. They might be new and still learning or they might be a veteran employee who suddenly hits a performance skid. It might be a personal reason. It might be a lack of motivation. It might be that they’re bored and disengaged from… Read more »

Why You Should Help Your Employees Set Goals

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Goal setting is one of those things that can easily be forgotten about. You’re so busy making sure your day-to-day tasks get completed that you don’t have time to sit down and think about the bigger picture. That’s why it’s essential to help your employees carve out time to sit down and establish some goals…. Read more »

How to Answer the Interview Question “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?”

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Nobody really wants to talk about their weaknesses at a job interview! It makes you vulnerable, and if you say the wrong thing, they might doubt your abilities! So, when you’re asked about your weaknesses, it tends to be a very nerve-wracking experience. But there are great ways to handle the question, especially when you… Read more »

Learn About the Benefits of Meeting One-on-One With Employees

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One-on-one meetings with your employees can be a really valuable tool for managing your employees’ performance, gaining important information, and getting know your employees on both a personal and professional level. It gives you the chance to motivate them for greatness and, in doing so, improve the performance of your whole organization. Here are five… Read more »

Tips for Making Candidates Feel Comfortable During an Interview

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It’s no secret that job interviews make people nervous! And when they’re too nervous, the interview never goes well. They forget what they were going to say, they have trouble recalling their achievements, or they talk too much and provide rambling nonsensical responses instead of concise, thoughtful answers. But if the candidates feel comfortable, the… Read more »