What is An Average Amount of Interviews to Conduct Before a Job Offer?

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Are you in search of candidates for a new job position you’re opening up? Need to fill a vacancy? You might be wondering how many interviews are usually conducted before a job offer is extended. While the process differs depending on the employer, there are some general guidelines that most interview rounds follow. Let’s take… Read more »

How a Ride to Work Program Benefits Your Recruiting Efforts

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Right now, 7.6 million workers in the United States receive some sort of employer-provided commuting benefits. If your company isn’t among them, it might be time to consider changing that. Not only are commuting benefits like ride-to-work programs good for your current employees, but they’re also good for your organization’s recruiting efforts. Here’s how: It… Read more »

Are You Effectively Managing Your Overtime Spend?

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When was the last time you considered your company’s overtime spend? Overtime is consistently one of the biggest ongoing expenses for companies, and managing it ineffectively is a fast way to waste money. Plus, mismanagement of overtime could affect your team’s morale and begin to contribute to team members’ burnout. Let’s take a look at… Read more »

Employee Retention Tips to Reduce Your Turnover Costs

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High turnover rates are a costly thing for almost any organization. Employees constantly being hired and then leaving, requiring you to hire on more to replace them, simply isn’t cost-effective. If your turnover costs are getting out of control, it’s time to take action. Here are five tips to retain employees and stop the revolving… Read more »

Can You Cut Recruiting Costs and Still Find Top Talent? YES!

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According to a recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the average cost-per-hire is a little over $4,000.00. That’s a lot of money for one hire, and it adds up even faster when a company is looking to hire multiple people. So, how can you cut some of your recruiting costs without… Read more »

Team Productivity Tips to Start Your Year Off Right

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2021 is nearly here, and it can’t come soon enough. With so much uncertainty swirling around these days, it’s worth putting in a little extra effort to make sure your team stays productive after the holidays. That way, you’ll be making sure you start the New Year off the right way. Here are three tips… Read more »

How to Avoid the “Monkey See, Monkey Do” Effect

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You’ve probably heard the phrase “monkey see, monkey do.” It’s a psychological construct that is simple to understand: someone sees another person doing something, and they do it, too. In the business world, we can fall prey to this thinking as well. And although it can be valuable to see what other companies and organizations… Read more »

Beyond PPE: How to Keep Your Warehouse OSHA Compliant

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Remaining compliant with the guidelines of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is something that is frequently on the minds of every warehouse manager. But it’s important that you don’t forget about the standard guidelines in lieu of what’s going on with the COVID-19 pandemic — your warehouse employees need PPE to stay safe… Read more »

Top Questions About the Job Market Answered

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It’s safe to say that there is a lot of uncertainty swirling in the job market right now. You may be wondering if things will ever return to the way they were only a few months ago. Let’s take a look at some of the most common questions employees are asking about the job market… Read more »

What Do I Do If My Warehouse Runs Out of PPE?

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One of the biggest problems that the COVID-19 pandemic has made clear is that the federal government, state, and local governments and even healthcare institutions were not properly prepared for a widespread disease outbreak. And those shortcomings could very easily result in your business not having an adequate supply of personal protective equipment or PPE…. Read more »