Avoiding Burnout as a Manager

Posted

Burnout as a manager can be devastating. If you feel constantly tired, disengaged or unmotivated on the job, you may be suffering from it. The good news is: There are ways to reduce or avoid burnout, so you can continue to be your best self at work. What is Burnout? Before you can fight burnout,… Read more »

Implementing a Company Wellness Program

Posted

Should you implement a company wellness program? Is it worth the planning, time and investment? The answer is a resounding “yes” – because it’s both the right thing and the smart thing to do. Healthy employees result in a healthy business. To cite one example, Johnson & Johnson employees are given incentives to complete a… Read more »

How to Retain Your Top Employees

Posted

Retention of top-performing employees is a key measure of the overall health of your company. It helps ensure customer satisfaction, strong sales, satisfied co-workers and effective succession planning. Failure to hold on to key team members can mean a huge hit to your bottom line in terms of candidate searches and added training and investment…. Read more »

How to Shield Your Workplace from Sickness

Posted

Workplace illness affects virtually every employee. Each year, 98 percent of U.S. workers are affected by minor illness. The good news is: The right knowledge and some simple but effective measures can reduce the probability of infection from colds and flus in your workplace by about 80 percent. Be in the Know Knowledge is power… Read more »

The Importance of Hiring Ethical and Honest Employees

Posted

Modesto Interview Tips

There will always be dishonest people in society and in the workforce. But you can minimize your chances of hiring them to work at your company by integrating ethics and honesty into every step of your employment process. Dishonest employees can cause irreparable damage to a company, its people, its bottom line and its reputation…. Read more »

5 Ways to Create a Better Company Culture before the New Year

Posted

Many elements add up to a winning corporate culture – and it doesn’t happen overnight. Rather, a successful culture grows piece by piece and day by day, by getting buy-in at all organizational levels and paying attention to simple details. Use these five tips to make a better company culture your 2017 New Year’s resolution…. Read more »

Want to Hire Better Employees? Watch Out for These Warning Signs!

Posted

When you’re interviewing job candidates, your goal is to find the right person for the job. This means finding and weeding out the weakest applicants as you narrow down your list and ultimately make the right match. Watch for these warning signs in candidates. Often, they are harbingers of bigger, long-term issues. Punctuality Problems Unless… Read more »

Bye Bye Boomers, Hello Millennials. Is Your Workforce Ready?

Posted

Tips on Landing a Job After Graduating Near Modesto California

Forbes recently reported that the average workplace houses up to four generations: veterans, who were born before 1946; Baby Boomers, who were born between 1946 and 1964; members of Generation X, who were born between 1965 and 1979, and Millennials, who were born between 1980 and 2000. Of these groups, there are approximately 66 million… Read more »

Feeling like a Broken Record? Get Your Team to Listen

Posted

You are only as good as your team – and the way you communicate with team members is critical to meeting objectives and motivating people. You need to make sure that everyone is focused on common goals. Communication must be delivered in a way that is truthful and honest, in order to create a true… Read more »

Get Your Team to Think Strategically

Posted

Strategic thinkers have been found to be among the most highly effective leaders. They take a broad, long-term approach to problem-solving and decision-making that involves objective analysis, looking far ahead, and planning every step of the way. In a recent Harvard Business Review study, 97 percent of 10,000 senior executive listed strategic thinking as the… Read more »