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Employee Training

Why You Need to Invest in Better Employee Training

Employee training is something that happens at the beginning of virtually every job. In many instances, that may be the only training an employee gets. If you really want to build your business and see it improve, you need to invest in better and more consistent employee training.

Confident Employees

How to Help Your New Employees Feel Confident Working for Your Business

Starting a new job can be nerve-wracking, even for an experienced professional. Going into a new office environment with unfamiliar coworkers and trying to learn the ropes is very intimidating.

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Why a High Turnover Rate is Dangerous for Your Business

High turnover may not seem especially damaging, but make no mistake; it is one of the most harmful qualities that a business can have. Inability to keep employees around for extended periods of time not only lessens the productivity of a workplace but also speaks to deeper problems within the business.

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4 Tips for Identifying and Bringing on Top Talent & Getting Them Up to Speed

The hiring and onboarding process is an enormous contributing factor to the success of your business. If you’ve ever felt lost during the hiring process or that your onboarding strategy isn’t supplying your business with the staff you need, when you need it, it’s time to rethink the way you bring on new team members.

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How to Prevent Warehouse Injuries and Stay OSHA Compliant

Because of the high rate of injury, it is the responsibility of employers to make sure that they do whatever possible to make their warehouses safe and to remain in compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) regulations.

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7 Ways to Show Your Employees You Value Them

Many workers become dissatisfied with their work environments when dealing with supervisors who don’t seem to take their options into consideration or listen to issues they have. If they feel that their supervisors or managers don’t care about employees’ problems and point of view, they will be more likely to look elsewhere for a job.