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The best resource to keep yourself safe: yourself. The company can dictate all the correct rules and regulations, but if you and your coworkers just roll your collective eyes and ignore the protocols, the stated procedures will serve no purpose. You need to buy into a culture of safety. You need to know the applicable… Read more »

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You need someone now. Let’s face it, you needed them last week. Now it’s a crisis. Projects are backing up, paperwork is mounting, and clients are starting to complain. But you’re nervous about fast-tracking the hiring process. What if you go to quickly and bring in someone unqualified? Things would be even worse than they… Read more »

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Getting a full-time job is like entering a long-term monogamous relationship. You now have a lot of responsibility…and a big demand on your time and loyalty. Of course, you might already have a real long-term relationship (like with an actual person). Or you might have kids. Or pets. Or time-consuming hobbies (hey, your book club… Read more »

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You’ve meticulously crafted a thriving recruiting business. Step by careful step, you’ve built your business, investing both time and money, sacrificing vacations, hobbies, and precious moments with your family. You’d like to see it grow even more, but an additional push comes with huge potential downsides. You’re just not sure you can make the additional… Read more »

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A summer day seems like an innocuous thing. Who wouldn’t want to step outside on a warm, clear summer day? However, it’s one thing to take advantage of the sunshine by heading to the beach or taking a picnic to a park. It’s quite another to work in the scorching heat for an eight-hour shift…. Read more »

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The process of finding the perfect fit for your business is expensive and difficult. Each time you need to fill a position, you start from scratch. You go cross-eyed reading resumes and hoarse talking to potential candidates. All the while, you’re losing time and money that could be spent driving long-term growth. However, given how… Read more »

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You just felt the mood shift. You finished the answer detailing your biggest weakness, and the vibe in the room soured slightly. Everyone got strangely quiet. One of your interviewers suddenly started typing furiously on a laptop. The other two exchanged a knowing glance. You feel your mouth dry out. All the moisture drains from… Read more »

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Here’s one of those so-called “good problems.” You have more business than you can handle. Put that in a category with a having a Lamborghini that doesn’t fit in your garage or more vacation days than you can use. Work orders come in, but you can only fill a portion of them. You just don’t… Read more »

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OSHA citations are expensive in their own right. Within the last few years, Congress substantially increased the penalties the organization was allowed to levy against companies that violated safety regulations. The maximum penalty for what’s considered a “serious” violation can now run up to $13,260 and the top price for a citation in the “willful… Read more »

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New jobs should be exciting, for everyone involved. The fresh recruits are entering thrilling and uncharted phases of their careers. Meanwhile, you’ve finished a tedious hiring process, ready to take advantage of the productivity and output promised by the incoming employees. One catch, though…one downer marring the hiring excitement: the onboarding process. Or, to use… Read more »