Asking Great Questions in Your Interview Could Help Land You the Job

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Job interviews are the employment equivalent of a first date; they help both parties get to know one another determine if they should move forward. However, many job seekers fail to take advantage of the opportunity to gather the information they need, and failing to ask the right questions can hurt their chances of being selected…. Read more »

How to Manage Employee Conflict the Best Way Possible

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Manage Employee Conflict the Best Way Possible

It seems as if every day in the news that there is another worker conflict resulting in injury or some other tragedy. These incidents are often stemming from minor infractions that continue to spiral out of control until someone loses it and violence ensues. All HR managers must learn how to deal with employee conflicts… Read more »

3 Tips for Reducing Turnover at Your Company

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Does your company have a problem with people quitting? Or are there certain positions that are impossible to keep filled with great people? Employee turnover is not only frustrating, it’s costly to the business. Experts estimate that it costs as much as a half a year’s salary to replace just one lost employee. How can… Read more »

As Summer Heats Up, Use These Three Tips to Stay Productive in the Office

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Staying focused when the sun is shining and the days are longer, is difficult. Parents are juggling summer camps, and family trips are eagerly anticipated. Businesses slow down, and team collaboration may dwindle. Les McKeown, President and CEO of Predictable Success, leading adviser on accelerated business growth, and contributor at Time suggests using the summer… Read more »