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December 2014

A Workplace to Call Home

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We always talk about how first impressions can have an effect on job interviews, meetings, personal perceptions, etc. The way others perceive you influences negative or positive thoughts. In this article, I am going to flip the situation around and talk about a company’s first impression on new employees. Employees…

What can Your Employees Learn from Each Other?

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Back in the “old days” it was easy for employees to give lectures to other employees, because it was easy for workers to stay at a single company for 30 some odd years. But that story has changed. In today’s workplace, companies are hiring a variety of workers and every…

Employee Rights: Discussion about Pay

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I’m sure you have heard the phrase “Don’t talk about your wages to coworkers!” Usually employers tell their staff members this due to the differences in wages amongst employees – they don’t want employees to feel underpaid or underappreciated, nor look like they are playing favorites. Regardless, the National Labor…

Solutions to Overwhelming Tasks in the Workplace

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Every employee wants to make a great impression in the workplace, often taking on additional tasks, unfortunately, sometimes the workload can become too much to handle. Employees often become overwhelmed, frustrated, and irritable compromising performance and productivity. What are the steps you can take to find solutions for an overwhelming…

Why Should Your Company Outsource Payroll?

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Many business owners get in over their head with the overwhelming elements of running a business, such as, tax laws and regulations, keeping records of every employee, and fraudulent activities, all of which cost businesses time and money. Business owners don’t always have time to calculate and disperse payroll expenses,…

Additional Projects in the Workplace: Finding the Positive

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We often talk about how taking small steps for good time management and prioritizing with to-do lists will help you have successful workdays. We also talk about how staying organized in the workplace is helpful when trying to get work done. But what happens when you can’t organized, because everything…

Successful Employees vs. Unsuccessful Employees

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Becoming successful takes a lot of hard work and dedication. If you hate your job, you will never be successful – unless you fake it real good. Successful employees put themselves out there, because they are driven toward achievement. They are not afraid to stand out and take on risks…

How to Make Employees Love the Workplace

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There are several reasons why an employee may quit working at a company: Being bullied by other employees No room to grow within the company Leave the company for better pay Want more benefits These are just a couple of reasons why an employee may leave, however, the number one…

Steps to Resolving Problems between Employees

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Not every day in the workplace will be a walk in the park, every now and then you will need to resolve issues between employees. Develop a call-to-action plan to solve problems, before they occur, will help when a problem actually arises. A call-to-action plan will allow you to find…

New OSHA rules going into effect January 2015 will impact you more than you think….

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Under a revised rule, effective January 1, 2015 employers will be required to notify OSHA of work-related fatalities within eight hours, and work-related in-patient hospitalizations, amputations or loss of an eye within 24 hours. California businesses have been operating under these new rules already. Previously, OSHA’s regulations required report of…