How to Keep Warehouse Employees Safe During COVID-19

Your warehouse employees play key roles in your company’s success. Yet, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed how these workers perform everyday tasks, and your company must adjust accordingly. Ultimately, your business needs a comprehensive COVID-19 warehouse safety protocol. With this protocol in place, your warehouse employees can work safely. Plus, they will know exactly… Read More »

Learn About New Certifications That Will Help Employers Avoid Employee Turnover Costs

Your business wants talented professionals who will stay with your company for the foreseeable future — otherwise, your employee turnover costs could be high. On average, the United States’ annual employee turnover rate is 19%; this figure represents both voluntary and involuntary turnover. Meanwhile, the cost of employee turnover varies. Still, it can add up… Read More »

Learn Why the Cost of a Bad Hire is More Than You Think

The consequences of hiring mistakes have an impact on so many areas of your organization that it can easily be the costliest business blunder you can make. Bad hires can wreak havoc on your company’s reputation, your workers’ morale, and your bottom line Frequent hiring and firing can be disastrous for productivity, wasting the worker’s… Read More »

Tips for Answering Pandemic Job Interview Questions

Job interviews in the foreseeable future will at least allude to the continuing pandemic, so jobseekers should be prepared for them before the meeting. While many of the questions will still be job-related, recruiters and hiring managers are likely to ask you questions directly connected to COVID-19. The following are some of the questions you… Read More »

Safety Tips for Manufacturing Workers During COVID-19

COVID-19 has determined how we work and live for several months now, prompting medical professionals (and some non-professionals) to make suggestions on the best ways to stay healthy. Some of the information, depending on who is circulating it, has been conflicting and even confusing. Luckily, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration… Read More »

Long-Term Success: Going Back to Work Instead of Just Collecting Unemployment

You’re collecting expanded unemployment compensation checks, and the federal government just deposited a $1,200 stimulus check into your bank account. Right now, you’re making as much or more than when you were working full-time. Who could blame you for wondering why you should even consider returning to work when you’re safe and financially comfortable staying… Read More »

How to Keep Kids Busy and Learning During School Closures

These are unprecedented times in which schools are closing indefinitely, and parents have the unenviable task of trying to keep their kids busy and learning. All this while social distancing and stay-at-home orders are making it difficult for them to stay connected with their friends and family. Here are a few ideas for keeping them… Read More »

Learn What Companies Do to Save Money That Ends Up Costing Them Money

Businesses often cut expenses to save money. And while there is nothing inherently wrong with that, the cuts should be necessary and made for the right reasons. Unfortunately, sometimes the moves that companies make to save money ends up costing them much more in the long run. Here are some “money-saving” ideas that most businesses… Read More »

5 Ways to Better Utilize a Staffing Service

It has never been easy to find talented workers, and that doesn’t seem to be changing for the better. Time-consuming tasks like reviewing applications, interviewing candidates, and negotiating salaries keep small business owners from their most important obligation—keeping their companies running smoothly! It’s no wonder that employers are increasingly turning to staffing firms to ease… Read More »

How to Create a Resume When You’ve Had Many Jobs

Sometimes people will hold several jobs in a relatively short period. There might be legitimate reasons for it, but a hiring manager will likely brand you as a “job hopper.” And while this isn’t the kiss of death it once was, there is still plenty of negativity associated with it. If you hope to be… Read More »