Improve Your Retention With These 3 Tips

Employee retention has always been necessary. Today, in 2020, it’s essential, more than ever, that you work with your employees to keep them engaged and happy on the job. With more skilled workers on the market today, you’re competing against many other companies for top talent. If an employee is dissatisfied, you must figure out

3 Ways to Increase Your Productivity at Work

Productivity is the backbone of success. You have the responsibility for your career and your employer to consistently improve your skills and be as productive as possible on the job. When was the last time you took a closer look at your productivity levels? Since we’re past the holidays and the New Year’s resolutions have

Creating a Positive Environment for Your Staff

Your work environment is one of the most important things for your employees. They want to work in a place that is encouraging, comfortable, safe, and offers rewarding work. One trait can help you influence the way your employees interact with one another, customers, and your management team. Create a culture of positivity in your

Standing Out at a Job Fair as an Employer

Are job fairs still a useful way to find new candidates in today’s economy? Well, the truth is that job fairs only work if you leverage them the right way. You need to stand out as an employer in a sea of other employers. So how can you make sure your career fair strategy puts

4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Trash Talk Your Job on Social Media

Everything lasts forever on the internet. That means everything you’ve ever done on social media, whether you think it’s private or not, could come back to bite you in the future. There are lots of reasons to avoid trash-talking your job on social media, but there are a few that could specifically impact your career. If you want

Why You Need to Take Workplace Safety Seriously

You may think, before accepting a job, that safety in the workplace is the sole responsibility of your employer. In many ways, you may be right. It’s imperative that they operate under the auspices of OSHA and ensure the safety of everyone in their company. However, safety isn’t only a consideration for your employer. As an employee,

Preparing Your Workplace for Gen-Z

As the world seems to be focused on the dichotomy between Baby Boomers and Millennials, there are a few other generations getting lost in the shuffle. We won’t even start talking about the often-forgotten Generation X. But today, Gen-Z keeps getting lumped in with their slightly older counterparts in the millennial age brackets. As Millennials are about to

Listing Temporary Work on Your Resume

Working short term or temporary jobs is nothing to be ashamed of. They are a great way to get new experience, earn extra money, or stay busy when you’re unemployed. But how exactly do you put them on your resume without making it look like you’ve been hopping from one job to another? Listing temporary work

What Are OSHA’s “Fatal Four?” How Can You Prevent Them?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has a singular mission to improve workplace safety. Over the years they have collected data that helps them better understand the risks that employees face on the job. This includes what they refer to as the Fatal Four. Especially in the construction industry, these are accidents that can have

Making Your Temporary Employees Feel Welcome

It’s hard being the temporary employee just coming into a new assignment. There is always a new employee period of adjustment, but for a temp, it may never feel like they’re part of the team. You can change this experience and make them feel more welcome right from day one. Here are a few ways you can help them