Mon.Sep 09, 2019

How to Become a More Valuable Employee

Eat Your Career

These days, people talk a lot about adding value in the workplace. Specifically, everyone wants to know how to become a more valuable employee. After all, when you add more value at work, you should (in theory) receive more value as well.

2019 189

5 questions to ask before you start your next job search

Practically Perfect PA

We all know that looking for a new job isn’t easy. It can take a lot of time with hours of searching through job descriptions, speaking to recruitment agencies and then, of course, the time spent preparing for and going to job interviews. It is a job in itself!

2019 155

Understanding (And Countering) The Cost of Downtime

Dumb Little Man

When technology crashes, it brings businesses down with it. Treating systemic errors with priority or preventing them from happening are great methods to minimize your business’ losses to downtime.

2019 184

Audience: A Good Example of a Bad Choice

Business Writing

A friend of mine who works at a large, urban university on the West Coast shared an example of a business person who did NOT think about their audience. And the person's choice led to the loss of a customer order. The university's Department of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion wanted.

2019 141

Never Accept a Job Without First Doing This

On The Job

It's understood that when companies begin considering you for a job, they're going to do some thorough checking on your qualifications, references and even social media presence. But how deeply have you probed the company?

2019 141

6 Reasons Your Business Needs the Help of a Staffing Firm

Small Business CEO

One of the most critical parts of running a business is hiring the right people. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for permanent employees or part-time, per-project workers, you’ll always need the most competent people to get the job done.

2019 79

4 Strategies for Inspiring and Guiding Your Team

Small Business CEO

Not every leader has the foresight or faith of Norm Miller, which is perhaps why Gallup’s research indicates that only 14% of workers feel inspired to grow after receiving performance reviews. Yet Miller’s not exactly radical; he just takes a fresh approach to managing a workforce.

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