Most companies are familiar with the “Best Places to Work” list created by the site Glassdoor. Those who make the list often have their pick of top talent, making them models that many businesses strive to follow. But what separates a good company from a great one? And what truly makes some organizations the… Read more »
At some point in almost everyone’s career, there will be a setback. It could be as simple as not performing well during an interview or as dramatic as being unexpectedly laid off. Regardless of the situation, facing career challenges is part of the norm, so it is critical to find ways to manage these… Read more »
The idea of maintaining a positive office culture is often referenced for its ability to attract strong candidates and retain employees. But understanding where your company falls on the scale of negative to positive isn’t easy, especially because the idea isn’t always well defined. Typically, a company’s culture includes a mix of the beliefs,… Read more »
When most people think of getting ahead at work, they often assume that putting in more hours is the only way to do. However, getting up earlier, staying later, and skipping lunches or breaks doesn’t actually make you a better employee. In fact, going the extra mile in that way can actually have the… Read more »
Whether they give a full two-weeks notice or simply stop showing up to work, having employees quit is never an easy situation to manage. While some turnover is unavoidable, a large number of resignations can actually be avoided if companies choose to take action. To help you see what your business can do to… Read more »
11 tips for effective workplace housekeeping … Click here We are trying to work to raise awareness of what it takes to keep each other safe. Observed annually in June, National Safety Month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities.
When it comes to maintaining a productive workplace, communication is key. Employees want their managers to provide information more effectively and even with a higher frequency. Improving communication in your light industrial workplace doesn’t have to be difficult. To help you get started, here are five tips you can begin using today. 1. Be… Read more »
Hiring a new employee is a challenge. Often, you have a limited amount of time to assess a candidate before having to make a decision about whether or not to hire them for your engineering position. While most candidates won’t set off any alarm bells along the way, there are some red flags that… Read more »
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