How to Develop Long-Term Employees

Any business leader knows that turnover can be detrimental to a company’s long-term productivity. When employees come and go, quality isn’t consistent and the overall company culture suffers. Fortunately, there are a few strategies that any manager or business owner can employ in order to get employees to love their job and want to stick […]

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The Interview Questions You Shouldn’t Ask During a Job Interview

Employers rely heavily on job interviews to help give them an accurate look at what the candidate in front of them is all about. But while it’s okay to get a little abstract during an interview (“How many people are currently working at Google now?”), there are some areas you should avoid at all costs. […]

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The Best Ways to Prevent Job Burnout

The “honeymoon phase” isn’t just for relationships. In fact, it happens frequently with jobs. For the first few months of a new job, there’s no such thing as a bad day. Your boss can do no wrong, and your company is greater than any other one out there. However, once this rosy glow wears off, […]

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: How Does Your Company Culture Stack Up?

Successful companies know that there’s more to the office than just the bottom line. While profit and strong client relationships matter (a lot), a brand that wants to stick around for the long-term should also focus on company culture. Whether it’s providing  a space for naps or incorporating a flexible work from home policy, these […]

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How Do Your Recruiting Efforts Stack Up Against the Competition?

Any good manager knows that the quality of new hires can make or break your business. But if you’ve been using the same recruiting policies and strategies for years, it can be difficult to get a clear picture about how you’re doing. In order to stay ahead of your competition, you need to make sure […]

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