What To Do If Your Coworker Is Being Unsafe

Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for there to be an unsafe coworker in the office. Whether it’s a lack of professionalism or poor hygiene, you have to learn how to handle the situation and protect yourself. Here are a few tips on what to do if your coworker is being unsafe:   1. Speak up: If… Read More »

Easing Anxiety When Starting A New Job

It’s normal to be nervous when you’re starting a new job. It’s a new environment with new coworkers, new systems, and lots of change to adjust to. Let’s talk about how to combat anxiety in a new job and make the most of your new opportunity.   1. Get organized: Take some time to get… Read More »

5 Traits Of Effective Team Leaders

Set your team up for success in 2023 by reviewing your leadership skills and team productivity. What makes a good leader? What traits make them ineffective? Learn this and what you can do to better support your team in the new year.   What makes for a good leader? 1. Communication: A leader needs to… Read More »

How Your Job Can Help You Keep Your Fitness Resolution

Looking to start off the New Year to build muscle and shed unhealthy weight? Choosing a job that keeps you moving is a great way to passively get fit and help you reach your goals even faster. Warehouse work can be great for staying fit, active, and healthy on the job. Here are 10 ways… Read More »

Employee Mental Health Days: Why They Are Important

Mental health days are an important part of maintaining employee well-being. They provide employees with a needed break from work and help to prevent burnout. In this post, we will discuss the benefits of mental health days and provide tips for ensuring that they are used effectively. Let’s first talk about 10 benefits of mental… Read More »

World Health Day Regaining Health and Economic Strength in 2021

World Health Day has been celebrated each year since 1948 on April 7th. The World Health Organization promotes this celebration yearly to promote awareness of health concerns. If we learned anything in the last year is that most of us take our health for granted. Whether you are recovering from COVID-19, or managed to avoid… Read More »

How to Decrease and Deal with Rapid Employee Turnover Rates

Especially when the economy is unstable, you may feel as though workers are constantly coming and going. And, of course, hiring and retraining can become expensive. Nevertheless, this doesn’t need to be the status quo. Here’s what your organization can do to decrease and deal with rapid employee turnover rates. Run the Numbers Maybe your… Read More »

8 Tips to Ensure Your Social Media Profiles Won’t Harm Your Job Search

You’re looking for a job. Your resume is top-notch. You’ve rehearsal commonly asked interview questions. So, you’re ready to go. But what if your potential employer checks your social media? If your first reaction is uh-oh, you may have more work to do. Follow these eight tips to ensure your social media profiles won’t harm… Read More »

Red Flags Hiring Managers Look For When You Interview

You’re in an interview that’s going well when… suddenly, something seems to have gone wrong. What happened? You may have set off one of these red flags hiring managers look for during interviews. Signs of Being a Job Hopper Obviously, a hiring manager doesn’t want to go through all the effort of adding you to… Read More »

Do I Have to Pay to Work with a Staffing Agency?

You’re looking for a job and you’re thinking about calling an employment agency. So, how much will this cost? Here’s the great news! You don’t have to pay to work with a staffing firm. What If a Staffing Agency Tells Me I DO Have to Pay? Unfortunately, you may run into a recruiter or agency… Read More »