How to Prevent Workplace Slips, Trips, & Falls

Your workplace should be one that is neat and organized, not just because of the aesthetic but as to prevent workplace slips, trips, and falls.  It's happened to all of us: we momentarily lose focus and think about whatever enters our head. That slight distraction, which seems insignificant, Read More

How to Recognize National Stress Awareness Month

April is National Stress Awareness Month, do you know how to combat the everyday stress to which you are exposed. Everyone experiences stress from time to time. And there are unfortunately some people that feel it more than others. It can be a real joy-killer, and if left unchecked it can lead to Read More

How to Make Smart Hires Using Counterintuitive Methods

Want to stop looking over terrible resumes? Using these rather counterintuitive methods may help you reduce the time you spend on resumes while giving you the opportunity to hire the perfect hires.  As the new year settles down, you may have some vacant positions you are looking to fill. In an Read More

What You Can Learn from Leaders in Corporate Culture

When it comes to the success of your business or organization, your culture has a bigger impact than you may think.  Culture can make or break an organization, no matter how small or how big. It can create that special and serious competitive edge and advantage over your competitors or it can lead Read More

How to Increase Employee Satisfaction

Some of the greatest things you can do for employee satisfaction come at little or no cost to you.  When employers turn to their employees on how to improve employee satisfaction, many employers fear they won't be able to meet their demands, or they believe that external influences like extra pay Read More

HR Trends of 2017: Employee Experience & The Future of Work

The future of the work experience is going to bring a few changes to the way that employees are treated. Many specialists believe that there is a transformation happening in the human resources department. It's been dubbed the "consumerization of HR," and it refers to how many companies create and Read More

Millennials Need to Say “No” and Stop Being Work Martyrs

Millennials are the generation that won't stop working, is it time for them to learn how to say "No"?  Contrary to popular belief that Millennials are entitled and lazy, recent research suggests otherwise. The study indicated that Millennials are work martyrs, meaning they believe in the value of Read More

Things You Are Doing Incorrectly on Social Media

You may think you're a social media expert, but there are a few things on social media websites that you are doing incorrectly.  Social media marketing may seem like a simple task. Just point, shoot, and share. Three-quarters of those asked on a Sprout Social Survey say they have made a purchase Read More

Employment Laws That Could Go Away Under the Trump Era

The Trump administration has promised to do many things about the laws President Barack Obama put into regulation, but how will they affect the employment laws?  The Trump administration is now a few days into their four-year tenure. There are plenty of questions about existing laws and regulations Read More

What Are the Options for Employers Regarding Overtime Now?

The overtime law that was supposed to go into effect on December 1, 2016, has been preliminarily enjoined. What does that mean for employers and their employees now? As you may have heard by now, the U.S. Department of Labor's overtime rule that was supposed to be taken into effect December 1, Read More