Learn Why It’s Important to Have Empathy in the Workplace

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We’ve heard a lot about empathy lately. It’s the way people understand the feelings of others. At its core, it’s about putting yourself in their shoes to see their perspective. Many people are rightfully wondering if this critical social skill is being lost through online communication platforms and other interactions, but it isn’t. It’s time… Read more »

These Are The Questions You Should Be Asking an Interviewee

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How many times can you ask the same questions in an interview? And do they genuinely get to the heart of whether the candidate is a good fit for your company? Before you prepare for your next applicant interview, consider some additional questions to help you better evaluate potential candidates. Here are the questions you… Read more »

Should I Consider Hiring an Underqualified Candidate?

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There are two schools of thought when it comes to hiring. The first is that you should hire only candidates who possess every qualification on your list of requirements. The other is that you should consider hiring for potential, even if that means some additional training. Is “underqualified” really a red mark on someone’s application, or can you… Read more »

Is a Suit Still Necessary for a Job Interview?

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A job interview can be a scary thing. How do you know what to say to impress the interviewer and land the job? But a first impression goes way beyond your talking points. Are suits still necessary for job interviews? There are a few ways to approach your clothes when you’re meeting with a hiring… Read more »

Keeping Your Team Up-To-Date on Safety Procedures

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Safety is a practice, which means you regularly have to review and update your training process. Keeping your team safe is all about keeping up to date on safety procedures. If you want to prevent workplace accidents, here are a few tips to help you improve safety training and continuous reinforcement with your team.   Prioritize Safety  … Read more »

5 Signs It’s Time to Grow Your Team

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When do you need to add more people to your team? The answer isn’t as simple as growing your business or replacing people who leave. There are many other signs you should look at to determine when you should bring on more employees. Here are the top 5 signs it’s time to grow your team…. Read more »

6 Effective Team-Building Tips for Managers

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Team-building is an integral part of success in the workplace. But every manager has a different idea about effective team-building processes. You may host annual events, encourage ice breakers, and even take retreats. But not everyone loves these activities, and with COVID-19 changing the way we handle groups, you may need to have more creative… Read more »

What Is Workplace Wellness?

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Wellness has been a major topic in employment for several years. Throughout 2020, with additional consideration for health and safety, many companies began revisiting the concepts. Stress and anxiety impact physical health and the workplace can and does contribute to these situations. Companies offering wellness as a part of their culture can improve the lives of their employees dramatically. Here is a closer… Read more »

Is the 40 Hour Workweek Still Relevant?

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2020 changed the way people interact with the workplace. As many people transitioned from the office to working from home, some businesses also began to reexamine the length of the workday and workweek. Is a 40-hour workweek still relevant? What are companies considering as an alternative? How can this affect you moving forward? Let’s take a closer… Read more »

Staffing Industry Leader NEXTAFF Brings Proven Success to Phoenix

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PHOENIX – NEXTAFF, an industry leader in providing quality talent for businesses, announced the opening of a new staffing agency location today in Phoenix. The Phoenix office is co-owned and operated by John Snellings and serves Phoenix and the surrounding counties. The office will focus on caregiver and nurse staffing for long-term care and other… Read more »