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Spending 40 hours a week in a workplace that is teeming with negative energy and stressful situations can prevent you from doing your job correctly. Workplace bullying can be hard to define, but essentially it can be identified as harmful, repeated actions by one or more employees that can include physical or verbal assault resulting… Read more »

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Injuries on the job costs billions annually in the United States, and can cost the worker and employer time and money. Instead of shelling out big bucks in the first place, employers should take preventative measures seriously if they want to keep their workers healthy and money in their pockets. RSI is caused primarily by… Read more »

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A temporary job assignment is a terrific way to pick up new skills and experience with little long-term commitment. If you have a good attitude and meet your work requirements, your temp position might even turn into a permanent position, if that’s what you’re looking for. If you’re looking to make a lasting impression, it’s… Read more »

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It can be hard to keep employee’s minds on work when they have upcoming vacations. While you can’t convince your employees to skip vacation time and put in extra hours, you can put together a plan to ensure your productivity stays up during the summer months. Keep these tips in mind when creating new production… Read more »

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In the virtual age where information is at the tip of your fingers, one of the first things job seekers do when job hunting is research the companies they are interested in pursuing for employment. Sites like Glassdoor allow employees to anonymously comment on their workplace satisfaction which allows job seekers the “fly on the… Read more »

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Many individuals choose careers in manufacturing or warehouse employment because it allows you to interact with likeminded people and not have to worry about the emotional hassle of customer service. When it is time to move on and start job hunting, the interviewing process can feel way out of your comfort zone, but it’s important… Read more »

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Creating a resume can seem like a daunting task when prospective employers are known to comb through every inch of it if they’re interested, or toss it when there are red flags. Your resume can set you apart from the hordes of other online applicants, so it has to make a great first impression. Unfortunately,… Read more »

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Supervisors are the company’s direct line to general employees, so making the wrong hire can be incredibly detrimental to everyone’s well-being. Leadership skills do not come naturally to all candidates, and it can be difficult to weed out who is competent and who is not before making the hire. With a talent shortage, employers need… Read more »

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Worker advocates in Illinois are trying to get stricter legislation passed for Staffing Agencies through the State instead of the Federal Government. For more information about this important new bill please click below. Worker advocates look to Springfield to regulate staffing industry