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Adaptation to New Roles in Business

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Adaptation is a trait all employees need to possess. In today’s economy, everyone is moving around from one company to the next. We’ve accepted that employees don’t stay in one role for life and one of the challenges that comes with that is to handle new situations that you haven’t…

The Never Ending Confusion over FLSA

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To this day, you see articles were companies are compelled to pay back wages over the simple misinterpretation of paying overtime. The Fair Labor Standard Act is probably the most miss understood labor laws. Or is it? Many companies, especially in the early stages tend to believe they can pay…

Is Your Applicant Lying To You?

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When administering interviews as an employer, your objective is to learn more about the applicants and hire the best individual for the position. For the applicant, their goal is to discover whether your position is the right fit for them and to convince you that they are that best person….

Reevaluate Your Learning Methods for Employees

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As the workload increases interdependent and collaborative, important implications for employee performance and development arise. Against the backdrop of this new, more networked environment looms a big opportunity for learning functions. Namely, learning and development will be better able to harness the collaborative nature of work to drive business value….

When to Give a Raise

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Exhausted, underpaid and under-appreciated is the current disposition of many workers across the country. The disparity between CEO’s compensation and that of front-line workers is also a constant source of tension, especially in larger corporations. According to the AFL-CIO[1], the CEO-to-worker pay ratio is now at 331 to 1, compared…

Obamacare Could Save Thousands

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The Affordable Care Act’s first open-enrollment period ended in April 2014, but some laid-off workers still have the ability to secure Obamacare coverage via a new resolution by the Department of Health and Human Services. This extension could confirm to be a betterment for some businesses. In a disclosure issued…

Managing a Drug-Free Workplace

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Employers have taken steps to guarantee employees, vendors, and customers are not taking or using alcohol or drugs, selling drugs, or affected by the after effects of indulging in alcohol or drugs outside of the workplace during non-work time. They also encourage employees with substance abuse problems to seek treatment,…

Better Productivity? Frequent Performance Reviews

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It’s a good idea to hold regular performance reviews since after all, time spent equals money spent. So, you want to waste as little time as possible, this includes getting the bad habits your team may have dispersed as quickly as possible. When your company’s performance reviews are shorter and…

Improving Performance While Sleep-Deprived

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Whether your night was filled with stress, never-ending thoughts, traffic, crying babies, snoring, energy abundance, time changes or pure restlessness you still have to get yourself motivated for work the next morning. And sometimes it’s a never-ending cycle. If you find that you and/or your staff is coming into work…

HR Success Kit

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Working with Human Resources isn’t any easy job. In fact you’re constantly dealing with difficult situations and it takes a certain type of person to work in this industry; someone who is patient, calm and overly organized. So, if you’ve decided you have these qualities and you’re looking to become…