Need to Bring an Employee Out of Their Shell? Read This.

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Every workforce is comprised of two personality types: introverts and extroverts. Introverted employees tend to be shy in social situations, and not as apt to participate in group discussions. But this doesn’t mean they have nothing to say!   As a manager, it’s a great benefit to your workforce to hear the thoughts and ideas of all…

How To Manage Negative Employment History

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It is what it is. You can’t make reality go way but you can take steps to do positive impression management and counter-balance the negatives. Here’s How. Remember you are a salesman selling a product. The product is you with full disclosure. No matter what baggage you carry, the one thing that will always get…

Workers Comp: 4 Things Employers Need to Know

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Employers must know about workers compensation regulations before taking on new employees, whether they are full-time, part-time, or temporary workers. By understanding simple (yet pertinent) workers comp rules and guidelines, companies can protect their liability and assets while keeping their employees protected. Here are 5 workers comp facts employers need to know: Accidents that occur…

How to Reduce Turnover Rates in Q2

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The second quarter in the year has one of the highest turnover rates for many companies, especially those that do not adhere to strict guidelines in their hiring strategies or maintain a professional, positive relationship with employees. It is possible to maintain a low turnover rate in Q2 without having to apply fear or intimidation in…

What Leadership Style is Right for You?

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Being a successful leader in any field is essential for keeping a company running smoothly. When employees have an example to follow, one that shows them the core goals and tone of the business, a company is more likely to bring forth high-quality leads and profits, not to mention provide a positive contribution toward the…