How to Set an Attainable Goal for Yourself This New Year

Although New Year’s resolutions are popular, we all know the familiar story. We set a goal on January 1st, and by February 1st, our plans are long forgotten. So, how can you make 2020 different? Follow these steps to set an attainable goal for yourself this new year.  Start with a Stretch Goal Goals can be tricky. You want to push yourself but… Read More »

Did You Meet Last Year’s Goals? How to Realign for the New Year

How successful was your business in 2019? Did you meet your goals? Or, do you need to realign for the new year? Before you begin planning for 2020, it’s essential to consider your past performance.  Revisit Your Goals Start the new year by looking over your 2019 goals. If you didn’t write them down, make a list for both this year and for next. Having a hard copy… Read More »

How to Avoid Getting the Flu This Winter

It’s a fact. Coughing, sneezing, aching, chills, and an upset tummy are no fun. So, what can you do to increase your chances of staying healthy this season?   Get a Flu Shot   According to WebMD, signing up for a flu shot is “the No. 1 thing you can do to prevent the flu.” Are you worried about… Read More »

Techniques for Handling Hand and Power Tools

When you use hand and power tools as part of your everyday job, it’s easy to forget how dangerous they can be. What can you do to stay safe? Follow these seven tips to handle tools correctly and reduce the chance of injuries.   Use the Right Tool for the Job Although it’s tempting to pick… Read More »

4 Signs Your Bar Is Set Too High for Your Employees

You want your employees to succeed and even excel at their jobs. But, what if instead of challenging them, you are asking too much? Here are four indicators your expectations may be too high.   Everyone Is Working Overtime   Many businesses experience busy seasons or tight deadlines when everyone needs to put in some extra hours.… Read More »

The Best Ways to Follow Up After an Interview

You just finished an interview. Hopefully, everything went well. Now what? Don’t go home and wait around for a phone call. In many cases, following up can make a difference. Here’s how to impress your potential employer after the interview is over. Say Thank You This task requires time and thought, so many job hunters… Read More »

Safety in the Workplace: 5 Ways to Stay Safe in the Warehouse

Working in a warehouse is not only a challenging, but also a potentially dangerous job. If you are an employee in one of America’s more than 17,000 warehouses, you need to know how to stay safe. Respect Machinery Warehouses are full of machinery from conveyor belts to forklifts. Any of this equipment can be hazardous,… Read More »

Job Seeking While Employed?

Finding a job does not just occur when you are out of a job or getting ready to graduate. It also happens, more often than not, when you are already employed. Job seeking while employed is a very touchy task to undertake, because if you make one wrong step it could impact your current employment.… Read More »

Interview Tip: Show Your Enthusiasm

With the new year in full swing, many people have begun searching for a new job because they want to further their career or prepare for the real world after school. If you are one of those job seekers, you need to prepare for a job interview as much as possible. One thing you must… Read More »

Hiring on Personality: Finding a Good Fit for Your Team

One of the most important things to look at when hiring for an open position within your company is that of personality. As much as experience counts, you do not want someone on your staff who has a negative personality. This will cause a schism within the corporate culture and bring the entire office down… Read More »