Building a High Performance Team

Throughout the world of business, there are average teams, and then there are high-performance teams. High-performance teams are a wonder to behold. They work well together, they’re unerringly efficient, on target, and highly effective. They’re the dream of every manager and every executive, and they’re capable of immensely benefitting the business that they work for.…

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Minimizing Employee Turnover

Employees come and go. It’s simply a fact of running a business that, sooner or later, even your most dedicated employee may move on, whether it’s to a new career or retirement. Sometimes it’s on good terms, and sometimes it’s not. Sometimes there’s plenty of notice, sometimes there’s not. There’s only one constant: you will…

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Were Hiring

A common piece of advice for job seekers is to make your resume stand out. So why shouldn’t the same be true of hiring managers? When you’re offering a new position, whether it’s to your careers portal, a job aggregator, through a recruiter, or anything in between, you want to stand out from the rest…

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Sales VP Illustration

One of the most important decisions you can make as a CEO is hiring your executive team. Among the many critical positions on that team, perhaps none is as important as your Vice President of Sales. Your VP of Sales is the person responsible for your sales teams, strategies, promotion, and training. Their job has…

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Geotargeting Area

Not too long ago, targeting a specific group of people might mean picking a neighborhood to mass mail from the post office. These days, location-based targeting on the internet is more powerful and is executed with far more precision. These techniques are useful for more than just your basic product advertising and service offers. It’s…

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Social Distancing

A global pandemic shuts down a lot of different aspects of daily life, but sooner or later, the show must go on. While debates rage over when to reopen what, some parts of life, business, and management can continue with proper precautions in place. Among those challenges a business faces are recruiting and hiring new…

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Contract Recruiter Watermark

It seems as though it’s every day that there’s a new story about employees in some industry or another committing fraud, either to benefit themselves or to bolster their company. Sometimes it’s as simple as a cashier stealing from the till, and sometimes it’s as nefarious as Wells Fargo employees opening bank accounts for people…

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Millennials and Gen Z

Millennials, now mostly in their 30s, have been struggling in the workforce for most of their adult lives. With recessions and a lack of traditional career openings, they’ve come to be known as the job-hopping generation. As Gen Z starts to enter the workforce, they too will have unique challenges to face. These challenges mirror…

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Virtual Onboarding

The world is becoming increasingly globalized, where hiring remote workers that you never bring in for an in-person interview is more and more common. Meeting face-to-face can be a challenge, especially during global events like the current COVID-19 pandemic. Some new employees may work from home for the first weeks or months of their career,…

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