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Developing a balanced staffing plan isn’t easy. No matter what industry you work in, predicting your company’s staffing needs is an art – one in which it’s easy to fail. Managers who don’t master this art constantly find themselves either overwhelmed or overstaffed (and wasting valuable resources and budget). No business manager has ever overcome… Read more »

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What does it take to make an employee grow and develop professionally? Before you became a supervisor, you could focus on your own personal growth; having reached a leadership position, it is your responsibility to guide your employees to reach their full potential. You can’t expect any worker to progress naturally – it will take… Read more »

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Got big plans for this summer? Whether you have a vacation in the works, have a big purchase coming up, or just want a stronger hold on your finances, controlling your budget is the only way to guarantee your dreams will pan out. The problem is that not many of us are experts at keeping… Read more »

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For over 100 years, a dose of caffeine during the workday has been a part of American culture. The “coffee break” is almost as universal as work itself, and we all have at least one coworker who is never more than arm’s length away from their mug. Many wear their coffee habit as a badge… Read more »

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Hiring employees comes with great responsibility. Not only is it important to hire people using a fair process and offer them a standard wage, but all employers must also provide their employees with certain documentation that meets federal and state requirements. It is important to note that these documents must be maintained in a confidential… Read more »

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Are you dealing with a chronically late employee? Nearly every workplace has at least one. This is the person who rushes into the office a few minutes late every workday and always has a good excuse. The problem is, this happens in front of other people and over time this can cause resentment in your… Read more »