How Social Media and Employee Engagement Helps Your Recruiting Efforts

Did you know that employee-created recruiting posts on their natural social media channels generate eight times the engagement that the business page would? They also increase brand awareness by almost 15x. According to one study, 84 percent of people trust such posts from people compared with only 15 percent who trust brands who produce similar… Read more »

Holiday Demand Is Coming – How Can Your Business Prepare Now?

As we move along the year, the holiday season may still seem far away. But when it comes to preparation, now is the time to get workforce planning locked and your seasonal teams ready to roll. Here are three things you need to do to get your business ready. Review Past Workforce Demands The need… Read more »

Workplace Safety – Yes, It Starts with Culture

Every business needs to be concerned with maintaining workplace safety. It is critical to the long-term success of a company as well as the short-term progress on individual projects. Establishing a corporate-led safety culture is the key and simple enough if you know where to start. The top-down approach is a reliable method to build… Read more »

More Profits Come from More Employee Transparency

It has become plain to see that corporate culture is evolving. As more diverse workforces call for transparency, respect, and recognition, employers have learned that to stay ahead of the curve they need to create a positive work culture and reputation that helps to attract and retain the top industry talent. But did you know… Read more »

Water Cooler Talk – What’s Really Going on Between Your Employees

Every employer knows that employees talk amongst themselves in ways they likely wouldn’t talk with their manager. While it’s ok to acknowledge those interactions happen, it’s also important to manage relationships in such a way that any office gossip or chatter doesn’t distract from the daily work. Here’s a glimpse into what’s really going on… Read more »

Behaviors to Keep Your Team Cool During the Hot Tennessee Summer

Summer is just around the corner. And whether your employees love the great weather that comes with the change in seasons, it’s important to help keep them cool while they’re on the job. The risks associated with you doing otherwise, including negative health impacts for your workers and damage to machinery, are simply too high… Read more »

How to Make Sure You’re Safe on the Job

According to recent OSHA reports, more than 4,500 workers are killed on the job every year in the U.S., and about 3 million are injured. Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. To make sure you are safe on the job, you need to stay up to date with all safety laws, follow all safety procedures, call… Read more »

How to Retain Your Top Talent

Your talent is what your business is built on. Without those skilled workers and knowledgeable employees, it would be impossible to do all that you need to see your company grow and meet your goals. But the cost of hiring and retaining that top talent is not negligible. The price you pay when you lose… Read more »

4 Effective Ways to Improve Your Company’s Culture

Whether it’ѕ a small оrgаnizаtiоn or a large соrроrаtiоn, еvеrу соmраnу is built on its core principles аnd vаluеѕ. Orgаnizаtiоnаl culture brings to life аn оrgаnizаtiоn’ѕ bеliеfѕ, аttitudеѕ, value, vision, language, рѕусhоlоgу, hаbitѕ, and more. A strong culture can improve productivity, enable employees, build relationships with clients, and attract and retain top talent. Here аrе… Read more »

OSHA Changes for 2018 You Should Know About

With a new year sometimes comes new ways of doing business. For example, OSHA has made some changes that will impact how you get work done in 2018. Here’s a peek at what these changes will look like in the coming year. New Rule Certain employers will need to electronically submit injury and illness data… Read more »