Building Diversity

If you checked in with us last month, you discovered a lot about diversity, what it is, and how it benefits your company. Diverse hiring isn’t something that comes naturally — simply because it’s human nature to be drawn to the familiar. But since building a diversified company is essential, today we move on to lessons in how to build …

Celebrate Labor Day

Just as Memorial Day seems to kick off the summer season, Labor Day symbolizes its end. But there’s more to Labor Day than closing the door on summer fun – it’s all about celebrating the American worker – could that be you? One could say that the backbone of American society is her labor/workforce. Since backbones are generally considered pretty …

Diversity is Not Your Enemy

Diversity. Today’s day and age have, perhaps, made it a hot-button sort of word. But diversity is truly a beautiful thing – not something to fear. Diversity comes in two packages. Inherent Diversity: Involves traits determined by birth (attributes often used to define demographics) – Age. Ethnicity. Gender. It could be called “surface level” diversity. It’s fairly easy to evaluate …

What Are the Benefits of Hiring a Staffing Company?

We’re glad you asked! Staffing companies are dedicated to placing the right people with the right people to do the right job – it’s that simple. And yet, it’s not simple. A reliable staffing agency will take the time to build a relationship with their clients, to get an in-depth picture of their clients’ needs. We’re talking about current needs …

Tips for Successful Communication

“The art of communication is the language of leadership.” — James Humes  It’s common knowledge that communication is vital in any healthy, human-to-human relationship —and workplace relationships are NOT excluded. Especially from you as a leader within the business. Making effective communication an integral part of your company brings many benefits. It builds trust: Maintaining open, transparent communication with your …

Preparing for Re-Opening: Simple Suggestions to Help You Out 

If you’re asking yourself the question, “What do I do to prepare my business for re-opening?” well, you’re not alone. There are countless business owners all across the world, asking that very question. And no matter your opinion regarding Covid-19 — and there are many different and valid opinions out there — for you to open your re-open your business …

How NOT to Be Employee of the Month

You’re not a status quo sort of individual. That would be bland. And basic. And boring. So, when your boss tells you they’re launching an Employee of the Month Program, you roll your eyes. Because who cares about recognition? After all, that’s what most employees want, but you’re not everyone else. So, if you want to lose any chance, ever, of being the …

Growth – Can There Be Too Much of a Good Thing?

Growth is good. It’s necessary for business. In last week’s blog, we shared principles that inspire growth, but now let’s look at the other side of the growth coin. Too much growth too fast can choke a company out before it has the chance to adjust. We’re not suggesting that you put the brakes on growth. We do want to …