Corporate Hiring Has Rebounded in June

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In recent interviews with headhunters, recruiters and executives at staffing firms, corporate hiring has rebounded in June with a broader recovery in hiring for professional positions. HR departments are beginning to consider filling open jobs, and recruitment is picking up for high-level corporate posts; but the recovery is uneven. More than 1 million new jobless… Read more »

Hiring Temporary & Part-Time Employees: Pros & Cons

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Pros Flexibility Part-time and Temporary employees allow you to staff exactly according to your company’s needs and weather the rest of the storm that is 2020. It enables your business to adjust more easily and quickly to workload fluctuations and lets you evaluate a worker without commitment. Cost effective Temporary and part-time employees offer a significant… Read more »

Coronavirus Relief Legislation

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Federal coronavirus relief legislation enacted in March authorized jobless Americans to receive an extra $600 a week in unemployment benefits. Those payments are scheduled to end after July 31. Reform measures are being looked at in order to incentivize people to go back to work, or at least not to provide a disincentive to find… Read more »

The Cost of A Bad Hire

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According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average cost for each bad hire can equal 30 percent of that individual’s annual earnings. For small companies, a five-figure investment in the wrong person is a threat to the business.  When you hire the wrong mid-level manager earning $60,000, for example, the real cost to your… Read more »

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4 Career Habits of Highly Successful People

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There are several factors that some may attribute to a successful career: luck, natural ability, and even decision-making. However, according to a recent study of more than 1,800 employees done by VitalSmart, a top leadership training company, nearly 46% of participants conveyed that the most important factor to their personal and career success is –… Read more »

Help Keep Your Team Engaged During the Holiday Season

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With the Holiday Season upon us, your employees may start to become overwhelmed as they look ahead to the events that surround this time of year: vacations, holiday parties, family gatherings, etc. And with the average employed American already spending 68 percent of their waking hours at work, all the looming “to-do’s” may very well… Read more »

Gift-Giving Etiquette in the Office

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While gift-giving is normal during the holiday season, the exchange at work can be uncertain. You don’t want to go over the top, yet you don’t want to come across as stingy. You want to keep it professional, yet you want to give something with meaning. What’s the solution? Here are a few quick etiquette… Read more »

How to Handle Holiday Vacation Requests

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As another year comes to a close, your employees may be scrambling to schedule their remaining vacation for the holidays, not wanting to let their paid days off vanish. This can be a daunting task when you are trying to keep your business running smoothly. As a result, you may be faced with the challenge… Read more »