Do Your Employees Resist Change?

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Change is good. Change allows your business to stay nimble, keep up with industry trends and constantly improve the product or service you offer to customers. Without it, your business will stagnate and your customer base will start to fall away. For this reason, you need employees who will embrace change, learn new policies and… Read more »

Smart Ways to Deal With a Passive-Aggressive Co-Worker

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Passive-aggressive behavior can be hard to deal with at work. Because it’s underhanded, you may not even realize it’s happening—only that you feel something is not quite right in certain interactions with a co-worker. You can learn to recognize signs of passive-aggressive behavior so it’s easier to identify and take steps to make it stop…. Read more »

Three Traits to Look For When Hiring Contingent Employees

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Temporary employees—also known as contingent employees—are a valuable source of staffing. You may rely on them for short-term projects or to cover workforce holes due to seasonal peaks or employee absences. Despite their temporary tenure, it’s still important to choose contingent workers who are well qualified and mesh with your corporate culture. And you’ll also… Read more »

Is Your Job Search Strategy Failing?

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Are you looking for a new job and feel that you’ve done everything possible—but still no luck? It can be frustrating after you’ve interviewed, networked and searched, but still find yourself jobless. As much as you may feel like it, never give up! Your next job is out there. And you can strengthen your job… Read more »

McGrath Systems Aligns Enterprise Workforce Solutions to Mid-Market

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016 (BLUE BELL, PA)–McGrath Systems aligns its workforce solutions to meet the demands of a shrinking labor market by offering the mid-market customization and flexibility in cost sensitive solutions. In doing so, McGrath has over the last 24 to 36 months transformed the way it delivers its recruiting services to support such… Read more »

How to Explain Why You Left Your Last Job

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Interviewers want to understand the real you and your career motivations. They want to know if you’re an employee who is hardworking and reliable—not someone who will leave after a short time. Employees are expensive to replace, so your potential employer wants to make the very best hiring decision. For these reasons, you will almost… Read more »

How Can Exit Interviews Help You Improve Future Retention Rates?

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If you could take one easy step to improve your business and your budget, wouldn’t you do it? One of the best ways to hold onto your employees—and prevent the costs associated with replacing them—is to figure out why they’re leaving. And you can do this by conducting exit interviews. The exit interview can be… Read more »

Overcoming 2016’s Biggest Hiring Challenges

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As a hiring manager, you’re well aware that the company with the most talented employees wins. And your biggest hiring challenges involve the top talent in your industry: finding, hiring and retaining these coveted individuals. As 2016 edges closer, you can prepare your hiring and retention strategy for the New Year by following a few… Read more »

Should You Consider Overqualified Talent?

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In short, yes. An overqualified candidate may very well aspire to new levels in your company—beyond the position for which he or she has applied. But in reality, the quality of the talent you have on board is an investment in the success and future of your company. So when you’re considering someone who is… Read more »

Is it Okay to Quit Without Giving Notice?

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In short, no. You want to establish yourself as a responsible, professional employee, so leaving your job with little-or-no notice can be a strike against your good reputation. Surely you don’t want to damage a professional reputation you’ve worked hard to establish — taking a little extra time to notify your boss before you move… Read more »