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Making the Most of the Holidays for Job Searching

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The holidays are definitely a great time to eat delicious food, spend time with your family and take a break from the daily grind of work. However, it can also be a great time to kick-start your job search. The job market usually ramps up in January, making December the perfect time to start your job search preparation.1. Know what you want  If you don’t know the kind of job you want, searching for it becomes an impossible task. Take the time to think of why you want a new job and what you want to get out of this…

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Building trust within an organization

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Can your employees trust you? In order to have a dedicated group of employees it’s important to establish a trusting work environment. Here are some things to keep in mind to build trust within your company1. Development of skills and goals  It’s important that your employees acknowledge that you as an employer care about their personal development. Allowing them to build skills and create goals within the company also helps build trust within your organization. 2. Keep employees informed Employees are usually a company’s most valuable assets, and they want to feel that they know what is going on in the organization…

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Signs that you need to reignite your employees

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When employees start a new job at a new organization, they have an abundance of excitement and can’t wait to hit the ground running. A few years down the road, it’s important to try to keep that excitement and that positive energy throughout your staff. Here are a few signs that you need to think about reigniting that spark of excitement with your employees:1. They stop taking initiative  Look out for employees that stop stepping up to take on new projects or contribute new ideas to grow within the company. They may be feeling burned out or stagnant in their…

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Attracting Generation Z

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Millennials and Generation Z individuals make up a large portion of the job market, and it’s becoming increasingly important to attract and retain these candidates in any company. The two groups often get lumped together but they are quite distinct. Generation Z or Post-Millennials are individuals born in 1995 or later, and they’re expected to make up a significant portion of the job force in the next three to five years. Here are a few things to keep in mind when looking for your next Generation Z employees: 1. Think about technology  Generation Z individuals are particularly tech savvy, even more…

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