Is Offering a Pay Cut Risky?

What do you do when your best candidate would be taking a pay cut to work for you? Is it worth the risk? Are you worth a pay cut?

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4 Tips to Improve your Business Writing

Effective communication is necessary for success in any area of business. From internal communication to sales funnels, networking to invoicing, and meetings to marketing - what you say and how you say it shapes people’s opinions and perceptions of you and your company.

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Budgeting Your PTO

As exciting as it is to have a new bank of PTO (Paid Time Off), think of like a bank account and leave some time for needed breaks and unexpected events.

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Keeping New Year's Resolutions

Most people set resolutions to stop or start a behavior- stop staying up so late, start that side project, stop impulse buying, or start working out more. But the sad truth is that 92% of people fail to keep their resolutions.

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Holiday Party Planning

Whether you're looking at a small intimate gathering or a large group event, there are a few rules to remember when throwing a party to ensure everyone has a good time.

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Pandemic-Influenced Interview Questions

Here's a quick guide to walk you through how to create your customized script including how things have evolved since the pandemic.

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4 Answers to Know Before You Interview

It's not enough to just know what you want to ask or how you plan on evaluating responses - it's also essential that you know all about your company and position before interviewing someone who may become your newest colleague!

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Active Listening

When it comes to professional relationships, it's important to practice active listening so that your conversation partner feels understood and you have a firm grasp on the information being shared.

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How to Tell an Applicant They Didn't Make the Cut

One of the hardest parts of the interview process is notifying the applicants who didn't make the cut. It's hard to tell someone they didn't get the job, but it is important that you do.

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Please Tell Me You’re a Situational Leader

Situational leadership is an adaptive style that encourages leaders to analyze situations and choose the leadership style that will best fit their goals in that circumstance. Situational leaders are flexible and can switch between leadership styles to align with the evolving needs of an organization and its employees.

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Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go

Today, there is intense competition for hiring and retaining employees. By utilizing stay interviews, our clients’ employees feel heard, valued, and appreciated, making all the difference.

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