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Hiring can sometimes be a nightmare. You need someone to fill a position quickly, but you’re not sure where to look, or you don’t have time to take care of it on top of all the other things you have to do. There are lots of companies dedicated to servicing this issue, but weeding out the good ones from the bad can be almost as confusing as actually hiring for the job you’re looking for. This week, we’re here to help you make the distinction a little more painlessly. HereSEE DETAILS

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“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” One can understand the importance of teamwork from the above quote by Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company. Without proper teamwork and cooperation between individuals, it is difficult for organizations to succeed in their business ventures. Let us have a closer look at more components of working in teams. Business Goals Organizations must achieve their targets and generate revenues so employees have to finish their tasks within the desired timeline. By working together as a teamSEE DETAILS

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If you ask someone in the workforce what job satisfaction means to them, you’ll often hear it defined by a variety of factors, including culture, pay, vacation time, and room for growth; in this instance, we will be focusing on the latter.  Nobody wants to feel like they aren’t able to move up in an organization.  It makes you feel unappreciated and can quickly result in you becoming disgruntled and disengaged.  What many don’t understand is that advancement has to do with a lot more than just being good atSEE DETAILS

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Is the traditional 9-to-5 workday obsolete? Many would say so. There seems to be a consensus among both employers and employees that a shift needs to be made in how the traditional workday is structured. The present-day model doesn’t really promote a healthy work-life balance or stimulate productivity. Too much of a routine can be dangerous. Longer, more rigid hours don’t always equal more work being done. Employees may be coming in for 40-hour weeks, but if they aren’t using that time wisely, then businesses actually lose out in theSEE DETAILS

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Have you ever questioned the fairness of your management practices? An obvious gauge of how you’re doing is your relationship with your staff and how often you’re the subject of HR interventions. But some bosses get away with unfairness without a word, often because employees are intimidated or fear for their jobs. For all those in a managerial role, here are some unfair practices that you need to identify and cease (listed in order of severity). Illegal practices That’s right, illegal practices – because discrimination, harassment and the denial of employees’ rights are againstSEE DETAILS

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