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The Secret to Keeping Your Top Marketing Employees

  With unemployment rates falling, fewer candidates are available to fill positions. That means retention efforts need to take priority over certain other initiatives. Understanding what your workers really need from you can seem incredibly difficult, but the secret to retaining your marketing employees isn’t so mysterious when you really look. Ultimately, what almost every […]

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How to Find New Candidates Amid the Lowest Unemployment Rate Since 1973

  Recently, the four-week moving average for initial unemployment insurance claims tumbled to 235,250 nationwide, a fall of 5,750 claims from the prior week’s average according to the U.S. Department of Labor. That means this particular average is at the lowest point seen since April 14, 1973. As you can easily see, fewer people are claiming […]

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Will an Engineering Career Make You Happy? Use These Tips to Decide

When people consider career options, they often focus on practical matters. The ability to earn strong wages, find a level of stability, and advance along the career path are all given priority, leaving some other personal preferences in the dust. Engineering is one of those jobs that offers all of the above, and demand for […]

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Is It Time for a New Job? Don’t Ignore These Signs

  Dreaming of a career other than the one you have is common. Many people are curious about the roads they chose not to take or weren’t aware of at the beginning of their careers. But it can be hard to imagine actually making the switch, especially after you’ve dedicated serious time and energy (and […]

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Use These 3 Tools to Keep Your IT Workplace Connected

  As more businesses embrace mobility in their workforce and even hire remote employees to fill critical IT roles, having the right communication tools in place is more critical than ever. Keeping your team connected allows them to function properly and makes shared tasks easier to manage regardless of distance. Luckily, in the year 2017, […]

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Losing Motivation Halfway Through the Year? Do This!

  At the halfway point in the year, it is common to see your motivation drop off. You may not have the passion you did when you originally formed goals at the beginning of the new year, or the change in weather may have you distracted by thoughts of days in the sun. Regardless of […]

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It’s Not Too Late to Define Your Company’s Culture

  Candidates are giving more weight to a company’s culture when choosing where to apply than ever before, with some even refusing offers when it doesn’t feel like a good match. Having a strong culture is now as much a part of recruitment strategy as it is daily operations, but just being aware of the […]

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Do You Know Your Cost Per Hire?

  When it comes to reviewing your hiring activities, understanding your company’s cost per hire is an important metric. However, it is only useful if it is both accurate and complete. Many businesses fail to include all of the factors that actually go into the calculation, making it a challenge to get the full benefit […]

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Can You Ever Connect with “That” Co-Worker?

  Not everyone in a workplace will get along naturally. Often, there is at least one person with which you find it challenging to connect. Whether they are overly negative, interrupt your work, or have trouble communicating, there are ways to make a connection with that co-worker, even if they drive you a bit crazy. […]

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Does Your Healthcare Workplace Really Focus on Teamwork?

  When most managers and employees think of teamwork, they picture having everyone moving forward with the same plan, taking each step forward together. But picking a method for completing a task is often a point of contention, and isn’t actually the most important part of the “teamwork” process. In fact, many managers defend their […]

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