6 Email Etiquette Mistakes You’re Making Every Day

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We’ve all had that feeling. You click “send” on an email and instantly notice that you’ve included typos, replied to all, or forgotten to include an attachment. What’s worse, is how many mistakes we make without even noticing. There are many small mistakes that are easy to miss when composing emails.

Using email etiquette and proper grammar will go a long way in helping you to maintain your professional reputation. There are a few measures you can take to ensure that ...

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5 Low-Cost Ways to Motivate Your Team

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Team motivation is integral to keeping employees engaged and happy at your company. You might think that motivation only comes from one thing: salary increases. That’s not the case, however. While raises are an important part of employee happiness, there are other ways to motivating your team throughout the year.

Studies have even shown that happy employees are 12 percent more productive. As a leader, it’s up to you to keep your employees engaged. While large companies may have more ...

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OSHA Enforcement Updates You Need to Know: A Weekend Roundup

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Federal regulations governing the workplace could be up for major changes in 2017. President Donald Trump and GOP members of Congress have made statements promising to cut back on many regulations, and many of the cuts would target workplace safety rules and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforcement. Recent actions from members of Congress have suggested that Republican leaders will follow through on these promises. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has stated, however, that they are continuing with ...

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4 Common Hiring Manager Fails and Solutions

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Recruiters take the time to look through hundreds of resumes for a single position. Then, they perform phone screens and even meet in person with the most qualified candidates. The final step for the candidates is almost always interviewing with the hiring manager, but this is where things can quickly go south.

Seasoned recruiters know that it’s often the final interview with a hiring manager that can make a job candidate run the other way. Interviewers who come off as disinterested, ...

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12 Inspiring Quotes About Resilience

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Most of us will hit roadblocks in our careers, but the most successful of us will bounce back. In a rapidly changing hiring and human resources landscape, it can be hard to keep up. It’s important for company leaders to have a positive but realistic outlook on their future. Next time you’re feeling down, take a look at these words of wisdom to inspire you to work your way back to the top.

  1. “Resilience is, of course, necessary for a warrior. ...
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3 Steps to Creating a Successful Employer Brand

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As the job market becomes stronger, it isn’t only candidates that are competing. Employers have also been put into the position of competing for the best candidates, but it isn’t always easy to sell an employer brand to potential hires.

HR managers and professionals must implement a strategy that successfully promotes their employer brand In order to find the candidates who will make their company thrive. An employer brand’s purpose is to help sell your organization to candidates, but creating a ...

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How Invite the Applicant Improves the Candidate Experience

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For many HR managers, one of the most tedious aspects of their day-to-day responsibilities is entering and double-checking information for background checks. For applicants, on the other hand, the tedious work often comes in the form of typing up their falsified education history. That’s right—one of the most common pieces of falsified information on resumes is an applicant’s supposed education.

Making it easier for employers to be notified of falsified education history is one of the many reasons why we created ...

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How to Find Candidates That Belong at Your Company

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It’s one thing to hire a candidate that checks all the technical and experience boxes. It’s another to look for and find job applicants that actually belong at your company and who will thrive in it. By default, HR managers often pass along resumes or hire those who will simply get the job done, forgetting one thing: company culture.

If your company values positive energy, that might mean passing on candidates who excel in their fields but have a negative outlook. ...

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