Success Strategies for Onboarding New Employees

Do you ever find yourself looking at a stack of resumes and thinking: I just love the hiring process. It’s the best part of my job! No? We didn’t think so. When you think about the high costs of recruitment and training, even losing one qualified employee can be a huge setback. On top of Read more »

OSHA: Identifying Workplace Hazards

As an employer, it is your job to provide your employees with a safe and healthy work environment. Regardless of your line of work, people need to know they can complete their assignments and go home safely to their families at the end of the day. However, while some workplace hazards are easy to identify, Read more »

Evaluating Nonverbal Indicators During an Interview

Do you find yourself making initial judgments about people before they even begin talking? These types of reactions are based solely on their appearance, mannerisms, and body language. While it is important to take into consideration the verbal cues from another person, it is also necessary to look into the non-verbal cues as well. In Read more »

When to Start Looking for Candidates?

The worst time to look for a new candidate is when the position is already vacant and you needed it filled yesterday. Yet, surprisingly, this is when most employers become motivated enough to begin the search. In their desperation, they may fill the position with someone who isn’t the best fit or is unable to Read more »