How to Find a Job You Love

Finding a job that you love isn’t unlike finding a soulmate. You have to be open to finding a new job, maybe even go online or onto an app to find one that fits what you’re looking for. You spend so much time at your job, you need to know that its one you’ll be… Read more »

Why You Should Always Keep Your Resume Up to Date

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If you have a full-time job you are happy with, you may not bother keeping your resume up to date.  However, you should be regularly updating your resume, as well as your LinkedIn profile and any other online professional profiles, even if you’re happily employed. Updating your professional credentials doesn’t take a lot of time and can… Read more »

When It’s Time to Hire More Temporary Employees

Effective workforce management is key to the success of any business. A company can run itself when it has the proper amount of people in the correct roles. When a business is growing or going through a busy period, it increases the load on a workforce and the company should respond accordingly. If the growth… Read more »

National Safety Month: How to Begin Training to Prevent Workplace Violence

Of course, employers would like to think workplace violence will never occur on their premises but relying on wishful thinking just isn’t good enough. Every responsible employer must work to prevent workplace violence and have a plan in place in case an incident does occur. With 76 percent of shooting incidents taking place at a… Read more »

Should You Ever Hire an Underqualified Candidate?

Hiring a new staff member, regardless of the role, can be one of the most challenging tasks for any company. Given all the work that goes into hiring, you might be reluctant to give serious consideration to applicants that are underqualified. However, hiring an underqualified applicant can be a smart move for your organization if… Read more »

How to Network When You Have a Manufacturing Job

Career and personal success are heavily based on a network of connections to co-workers, supervisors, clients, friends and loved ones. Network connections often lead you to new opportunities of all sizes and types. While some industries, like sales, naturally lend themselves to networking – manufacturing isn’t one of them. Those in the manufacturing industry are… Read more »

Do Women Hold The Key To Closing Gaps In Your Workforce?

It is a great time to be a professional in skilled trades, manufacturing, engineering and logistics. Job growth has been steady – as well as salary growth, and talented people are writing their own tickets in the job market. Employers, however, are facing skill gaps and talent shortages, and an estimated 2 million jobs will… Read more »

How to Create a Stronger Team by Hiring for Diversity

Diversity in the workplace is a popular topic for discussion, and while the focus of these conversations usually revolves around equality – employers shouldn’t lose sight of the fact that diversity is actually better for their bottom line. Research has consistently shown connections between increased diversity and things like higher productivity or greater innovation. Consider… Read more »

Learn How Facebook Can Get You a Job Interview!

Facebook isn’t just for keeping in touch with college roommates and watching cat videos anymore; it’s also a great career tool thanks to some recent initiatives by the social networking giant. Learn how to use Facebook the right way so you can find a new job! Networking Old friends, exes and distant relatives aren’t the… Read more »

When it Comes to Company Culture, Great Leaders Set the Bar

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Business culture comes from the top-down. While not rolled out purposely, a business’ culture is essentially a game of Follow-the-Leader. If leadership does not have integrity, staff members will play fast and loose with their own work. If leadership trusts its employees, they will trust each other and leadership itself. It’s that simple. When it… Read more »