Planning for Performance Reviews? Here’s How to Share the Bad Stuff

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Many companies conduct performance reviews at the beginning of the year, particularly if items like annual sales numbers play a role in the evaluations. If you are a manager at one of those businesses, you are likely about to take part in the daunting task of giving at least one employee less than stellar feedback…. Read more »

Can Job Seekers with Criminal Records Make Great Employees?

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Many employers have stringent requirements when it comes to job applicants with prior convictions, including misdemeanors and felonies. While some convictions may eliminate a candidate from being able to hold a role, many others don’t. However, that doesn’t mean hiring managers don’t feel conflicted about whether selecting someone with a criminal record is a smart… Read more »

Kick 2018 Off with Improved Workplace Productivity

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Typically, a company’s most valuable assets are its employees, the people that are making things happen on a daily basis to move the business forward. While each worker provides an inherent value based on the skills and experience, that doesn’t mean the organization should have a hands-off approach when it comes to managing productivity. There… Read more »

Find New Candidates in Syracuse and CNY

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Do You Know Your Cost Per Hire?

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Does Your Healthcare Workplace Really Focus on Teamwork?

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  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… Read more »

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