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The generational gap has always presented problems to hiring managers. Since each generation is broadly identified by significant cultural ideals and milestones, what was appealing to one generation could be meaningless to the next. As of 2015, Millennials surpassed Generation X as the largest group in the American workforce. If you are a business manager… Read more »

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New growth – that’s always been what Spring is about. As we get ready to see the plants and flowers wake up after a long winter, it’s time to think about how you can grow professionally. The days are longer, brighter, warmer, and it’s easy to feel energized. Why not take advantage of that extra… Read more »

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Every good manager knows that it’s important to help employees set annual goals to improve their performance. Employees often want to know how their efforts contribute to the larger scale corporate objectives. Setting annual goals connects employee performance in a meaningful way.  Annual goals can help your team to grow stronger. Looking back at 2015,… Read more »

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It’s been estimated that at any one time, as much as 60 percent of the workforce is actively seeking other employment opportunities on the company clock. It’s not uncommon for people to be continually looking for better jobs, especially employees who are mid to high level in skillsets. A vital skill to have as an… Read more »

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Temporary employees are the backbone of the workforce — and this is the week to celebrate them! The American Staffing Association’s (ASA) National Staffing Employee Week is September 28 through October 4. Use this time to show your contingent workforce how much you appreciate all they do for your company. More than 3 million people… Read more »