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Take a look at all those high-profile companies who are successful, and among all the common denominators that make them great, you’ll see wellness programs. And it’s not just those innovative tech companies—Google, LinkedIn, Airbnb, etc.—but the more traditional companies like General Mills and Aetna also have them. Developing a wellness program is not only… 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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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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Everyone knows that to succeed in business, you need to earn more than you spend. Unfortunately, this bit of knowledge is an oversimplification, and it has left plenty of people assuming that any cost-cutting measures are good for business. That’s simply not true. You wouldn’t skimp on the materials you use, because cheap materials make… Read more »

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As technology becomes more sophisticated, employers are moving further from the traditional security and time-measurement methods and increasingly utilizing technology-based time-logging and security protocols. One of the most popular—and misunderstood—forms of this is biometrics. Biometrics can include any number of personal recognition technologies, such as facial recognition, fingerprint scanning, and even DNA-based checkpoints. This technology… Read more »