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Getting temp workers in the door isn’t where a manager’s job ends. Motivation is just as important for these newbies as it is for long-term veterans of a particular business. In fact, it might be more important, because without it, these people are just day workers for hire, with no skin in the game. Here… Read more »

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Maybe, in this new year, you’re thinking about how your business delegates work, and how your work processes flow. That’s not a bad idea. At Employment Solutions, we found that a little bit of innovation or tinkering with the business can go a long way toward pulling the enterprise further into the future, and developing… Read more »

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The type of feedback that people get from managers and bosses truly has an impact on how a company develops. That’s why it often benefits managers and senior level professionals to take an active interest in what employees are doing, and to motivate them through positive encouragement. A little of this can go a long way,… Read more »

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Are you ready for 2015? The new year is a great time to take a look at what you’ve done, and where you’re going. Just a little bit of thought put into improving your business can really help you to grow and succeed over the next year. Here are some strategies for creating your own… Read more »

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The new year is right around the corner. Want some of the best suggestions for setting your goals for 2015? Studies are showing that one of the biggest ways that businesses break out of a rut, and push toward excellence, are related to the happiness of employees and everyone else who walks in the door…. Read more »

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A better workplace culture can raise morale and keep employees happy and productive. So how do you promote this kind of idea in your office or department? Here are some tips for building a great work place culture that well help your teams to thrive and succeed in 2015. Build Your Philosophy A corporate culture… Read more »

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It’s that time of the year again. Time to indulge in holiday chatting at the water cooler and around the office in general. But how do you get through the holiday season without a lot of awkward moments trying to navigate everybody’s beliefs and opinions about Christmas and everything that comes with it? Not everybody… Read more »

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The holidays are coming up, and winter has rounded the corner. It’s time for snow shovels, Christmas trees, heavy jackets, hot tea, and woolly sweaters, not to mention the holiday rush, slushy parking lots and other major winter issues for workers. How do you beat the winter blues? Here are five ways to prepare yourself… Read more »

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Many of today’s young career go-getters are going to sometimes find themselves in an awkward place – supervising or managing other individuals who are much older than they are. This can entail some pretty particular problems, many of them having to do with old-school ideas about business, the inculcated habits of career veterans, and the… Read more »

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In our experience, from time to time, companies come to consultants and experts with problems that would be easily avoided if the leadership and upper management could put themselves in someone else’s shoes. Simply put, companies often have motivation and productivity problems that can be tied to the role of the front-line people in the… Read more »