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Why You Should be Using Employee Referrals to Find and Hire New Talent

Offering incentives to your current staff members to help you find high-quality new hires is a practice that has been proven as a credible and...

Moving On: How Good Managers Resign From Their Jobs

Having a bad manager is one of the biggest reasons employees state when asked why they are leaving a job. So it’s no surprise that losing...

20 Tips for Managing Hourly Employees and Keeping Them Engaged

It’s important to recognize that part-time and hourly workers are a very significant and integral part of the workforce and that they should be treated...

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25 Interview Questions to Ask Potential Employees When Hiring

Asking the right questions is very important when it comes to seeing what kind of person they are and what they can offer to your...

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5 Tips for Weeding Out Bad Employees During the Hiring Process

The best way to keep your team productive and happy is to make sure that you are picking the right people during the hiring process.

5 Work Life Balance Tips All Mompreneurs Should Know About

In honor of Mother’s Day - which we celebrated last weekend - we offer all the hardworking mompreneurs of the world tips on how to...

6 Types of Terrible Employees and How To Handle Them

Have you ever had to deal with an employee that had a toxic effect on your workplace?

Nurse Scheduling Software: How to Keep Nurses Safe and Satisfied

Keeping nurses happier and safer should be the top priority for healthcare managers who want to retain their best employees.

4 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring Seasonal Workers

Hiring seasonal workers is a cost-effective management strategy for both small business owners and large chain stores. But just like any business strategy, it's one...

How to Prioritize Managerial Workload: Small Business Spring Cleaning

As a manager, you should be taking some time every year to have a look at how you are running your business and leading your...

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