Category: Blog


How Remote Work is Impacting Your Employee’s Health

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While the initial focus on remote workers was keeping them productive, but employers are pivoting to focusing on getting and keeping their employees healthy. It took a couple of months for employees to shift into a new routine, but many are finding their health is suffering as a part of their “new normal” — even…more

How to Improve Your Confidence at Work

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In the office, it is common to experience a loss of confidence, whether it is bleeding over from your personal life or attributable to situations happening at work. We all lose confidence in our work at one time or another. Having strong self-confidence at work will change how you respond when a mistake occurs, react…more

Why You Should Say “No” at Work

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Sometimes saying “yes” can open up new doors and new opportunities, it can get you on new projects with new experiences. Saying yes isn’t always the right thing to do, but so many professionals find it extremely difficult to say no, even when saying no is the best answer. Saying yes too often can lead…more

Reimaging the Definition of Productivity in a Remote Workplace

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We have all heard the desire to get back to normal, but is getting back to the old way of doing things beneficial for all companies, teams, or employees? Probably not. The pandemic forced us to try new styles of working, and some have thrived in a remote environment. However, there is a word thrown…more

How to Handle the Surge of Meetings and Increased Work Hours

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Your agenda is packed every day and you’re spending your time rushing from meeting to meeting and working extra hours every day to try to catch up. No, you’re not imagining it, you really are in more meetings. A new Harvard Business School study has found that employees are working longer hours and attending more…more

Knowledge of Hardwiring Improves Communication

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We have probably all experienced situations where poor communication has cost us productivity or caused frustration. For example, reaching out to an employee to check the status of an important deliverable and receiving nothing, being pushed to answer questions and deliver solutions before you’ve had a chance to think things through, or having meetings that…more

Using Employment Testing During Mergers and Acquisition

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Going through a merger or acquisition can be a very challenging time for business owners of both organizations, not to mention the staff impacted by the change. One of the most difficult parts of two organizations coming together is figuring out how the leadership team will be able to work together and towards the goals…more

How to Change Your Business to Support and Retain Working Parents

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With fall coming, the journey back to school is changing the lives of many parents and grandparents. Households that have two parents working, which is over 64% of families, are being faced with having kids home full-time or part-time during this school year. This means that many parents are evaluating whether to stay in the…more