What Managers Can Do to Ease Workplace Stress

Study after study—and survey after survey—tell the same story: Modern workers feel stressed out on the job, and the stress is taking a toll on their sleep, health, relationships, productivity, and sense of well-being. Add to that the stress brought on by the coronavirus—because of furloughs, job losses, worries about getting sick, feeling isolated while…

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Short staffed & Stimulus checks Attached article

Lehigh Valley Pa – As we all know, the pandemic has taken a big hit on restaurants but, even with things slowly opening, these restaurants are facing another challenge – a lack of employees. Although these restaurants are getting busier, their employee base is not matching up. This is causing Da Vinci’s and Town House…

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Taking a Skill Assessment Test

Behaviors SectionBehavioral research suggests that the most effective people are those who understandthemselves, both their strengths and weaknesses, so they can develop strategies to meetthe demands of their environment.A person’s behavior is a necessary and integral part of who they are. In other words, much ofour behavior comes from “nature” (inherent), and much comes from…

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Measure, Then Improve Turnover of Temporary Employees in 8 Steps

People are an organization’s most important asset. It’s said all the time, but do companies actually do anything about it? Is it ever really looked at, paid attention to, reviewed, or measured? Can people be any more essential than the temporary employees of a staffing firm? They are “the” service is provided to the staffing…

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Why should you use social media recruiting?

Using social media platforms to engage with potential job candidates has many advantages. Here are a few benefits of using social media for recruitment: It supports a two-way conversation Job seekers can quickly and easily get their questions answered in a comfortable, informal environment.It allows you to share information with a large pool of potential…

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What to do with a Bad Boss

You’re weary. You’re frustrated. You’re unhappy. You’re demotivated. Your interaction with your boss leaves you cold. Your boss is a bully, intrusive, controlling, picky or petty. You are desperately wondering how you can professionally deal with a bad boss.Your boss takes credit for your work, never provides positive feedback, and misses each meeting that was…

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Staffing History

The need for staffing companies arose early alongside the growth of large corporations and the entrance of women into the workforce during World War II. For instance, three of the largest staffing companies — Manpower, Robert Half and Kelly Services — were started in the 1940s. They expanded quickly in response to the need for…

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5 Racially Offensive Phrases

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The PR industry is charged with influencing and swaying media conversations on-air, online, and in print. As we face this generations’ largest civil rights moment, it’s our duty and responsibility to ensure our communication and the professional counsel we provide are respectful and culturally sensitive. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the PR industry is…

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Are you tired of interviews?

The emotions you feel (and disguise) while having an interview is what affect your energy levels afterward. You are likely to be more alert, more focused, secretly anxious, and agitated. This has to do with being under scrutiny while trying to impress, all with something important at stake: a job you want. Interviews are the…

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What should you do if you’ve lost your job?

1.Apply for unemployment benefits. 2.If you have emergency savings now’s the time to tap into it. 3.Look over your monthly expenses and find ways to cut back. 4.If you have a mortgage, inform your lender and servicer. 5.If you have student loans, suspend your payments. 6.Get in touch with your bank. 7.Stay away from payday…

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