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How to Decide Between Great Candidates

Congratulations! Think about it: Having two awesome candidates to choose between for a position is a nice problem to have. It’s often hard to find a perfect hire, so having a choice is rare. However, when you do have this problem, it’s a very difficult choice. Now’s the time to ask yourself some difficult questions.… Read more »

Navigating Types of Employment

Sifting through the online want ads and various job applications can be complicated. While there are many important factors to consider, it’s paramount to understand what type of employment opportunity is being offered and how that affects the position. Generally, there are four types of employment opportunities, and they all differ in key areas. For… Read more »

5 Ways You Can Minimize Employee Burnout

Preventing employee burnout should be the number one concern to all managers. When employees are unable to be productive, the business suffers ultimately. Companies thrive when their employees do too. However, in the process of achieving company-wide success, stress among employees may lead to burnout. Difference Between Fatigue and Burnout? These terms are commonly used… Read more »

10 Habits of a Micromanager

In a previous blog, we explained the importance of developing your employees to reach their potential. One of the biggest activities that could negatively affect the progress of your employees is micromanagement. It’s important to know the signs and to follow the below steps to avoid becoming a tyrant over your employees. Signs You’re a… Read more »

6 Tips to Proofread Your Resume

Proofread your resume. It’s crucial for you to land an interview.  Now, are we insinuating that a hiring manager will trash your resume if you confuse “their” with “there?” Well, yeah! It’s because even one grammar mistake on your resume shows the hiring manager that you don’t care or are lazy. No one wants to… Read more »