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In today’s market, candidates are more willing than ever to look for a new job and take a new offer. And great opportunities are plentiful. To land their top-choice candidates, employers need to sell the role and the company more effectively than ever.   Here’s how to convince your top candidate to say YES to… Read more »

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Your staffing partner is on your side. They can be a valuable partner, eliminating the headaches employers typically face. Staffing agencies can: Ease the strain on your HR and management staff Speed hiring Help you access better candidates Control your total recruitment costs Staffing Providers can deliver amazing results, but they are not mind readers! … Read more »

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Providing great references can make or break your chances of getting a job offer. Find out whom you should choose — and how to stack the deck in your favor. Why are references so important? Employers want to know if you have the skills and experience to succeed in the job and if your work… Read more »

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Today’s employers want to hire for soft skills, but finding qualified candidates and retaining talented employees who possess these skills is rarely simple. With the right approach to assessing soft skills, you can identify candidates and employees who have the tools to thrive in your organization. You don’t need to be a hiring expert to… Read more »

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Workers also have responsibilities under the OSH Act. Each worker must comply with OSHA standards and all related rules, regulations and orders applicable to his or her own actions and conduct. However, employees also have the right to: Be trained in a language you understand Work on machines that are safe Be provided required safety… Read more »

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Variations of virtual open enrollment are among the many ways to make employee benefits adaptable. Technology doesn’t fully remove the human aspect from HR, but it can certainly enhance it. When employers use technology to create efficiencies in their benefits administration, HR professionals can shift their focus from administrative tasks to actual employees. As such,… Read more »

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Given the high cost of losing an employee, retention should be a top priority for every organization. Employee retention is even more of a concern as we enter a post-pandemic world. What’s Happening? Turnover is a common occurrence throughout any given year. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, year-over-year turnover rates drastically fell. Instead, workers clung… Read more »

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Poor hiring decisions can be extremely costly for your company, in terms of business interruption, wasted recruiting and training resources, lower employee morale and more. You may realize that an individual is not a good fit, or a new employee may choose to leave if the job doesn’t match his or her expectations. In both… Read more »

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Personal protective equipment (PPE) is used when there is some type of hazard that has been identified and cannot be eliminated or controlled through other means. Simply stated, when we have personal protective equipment requirements, it means there is a hazard that may cause you injury and failing to use the prescribed equipment puts you… Read more »