They May Be Leaving, But Your Employee’s Exit Interview Is Still Important

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As a rule, it costs much more time and money to replace a lost employee than to hire for a new position. Therefore, it’s important for companies to conduct exit interviews with departing employees so that they can gather feedback at this critical time. Exit interviews are very useful because employees tend to be much… Read more »

When Is it Necessary for an Employee to File a Workplace Accident Report?

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Reporting an accident serves two purposes. First, it provides a record of the accident in the event that the employee seeks compensation. Additionally, a record of accidents or near misses can draw attention to hazards or dangerous practices. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) record keeping regulations require employers to prepare and record injury… Read more »

Job Search in a Rut? Consider these Tips!

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If your job search is not yielding the results you desire, it might be time to change strategies. The world of recruitment, much like countless other industries, is continuing to change and so should your approach to finding employment. Is your job search in a rut? Don’t worry! Use the following tips to re-evaluate your… Read more »

Staffing Up During Busy Seasons

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The holidays mark the busy season for the retail trade. Retailers must be equipped to handle the additional business without breakdowns in operations, logistics, or customer service. Such mishaps can cause loss of customer loyalty and significant loss of profits in what would otherwise be the most lucrative time of year. Forbes reports that 39… Read more »