Are You on Notice? Here’s How to Keep Your Job

Performance reviews should be positive and motivational for both you and your employer, but sometimes they are a pivotal moment in a relationship. If you find yourself in a situation where your performance to date has not been satisfactory, you may be put on notice. A performance improvement plan is a key tool to help… Read more »

How Does a Company’s Online Reputation Affect Hiring?

Your online reputation matters, not just from a consumer or brand perspective, but also from a hiring perspective. Most people who read employer reviews believe those reviews. So the effort you take to address and manage your brand online can make a huge difference in the quality and the number of applicants you get for… Read more »

Health Tips for the Second and Third Shift

Shift work can be difficult. Unusual sleep schedules and the required lifestyle changes for workers asked to pull the “graveyard” shift can be taxing on you and your family. But there are benefits to taking the late shift as well, from financial incentives to more free time during the day. That said, it’s important not… Read more »

Where Is the Fastest Job Growth in Tennessee?

Tennessee’s economy will reach its longest sustained period of growth in the post-World War II era next year and, barring an unforeseen economic shock, what has looked like a long recovery for the job growth within the state, isn’t expected to slip into a downturn or recession for at least the next couple of years,… Read more »

Optimize Your Resume for the Recruiting Database

The modern job search is a different animal than what the job seekers of the past would recognize. It’s critical for those looking to stay relevant and grow their career in the modern era to take the latest trends and technologies of the job hunt into consideration. That means optimizing your resume for digital submittal… Read more »

Workplace Schedule Tips to Prevent Fatigue

Scheduling can be one of the most complicated aspects of managing a functional and effective workplace. One of the biggest risks to health and safety on the job is fatigue. As such, planning a work schedule that balances the need for effective project support and fatigue avoidance will help you keep your team focused, productive,… Read more »

Should You Go Back to an Old Job?

It’s a tough decision to consider going back to an old job. It can be a hit to your ego, but also it might not be the best move for your overall career. Many professionals find themselves in a position where it’s an option to consider though. Here’s what you should consider before deciding whether… Read more »

Down About Your Career? 4 Ways to Overcome Adversity

Anyone can attest to the fact that career growth doesn’t come easy. Looking for a new job is tough. Growing within an established career is also tough. Between rejections, disappointment, and overarching job search or day-to-day stress, it can be all too easy to feel down about your career. But keep in mind that where… Read more »

One Question to Find Out if the Job Is for You

An interview is more than just an opportunity to tell a prospective employer how great you are. The conversation should go both ways. The hiring manager is trying to get a good feel for who you are as a person and as an asset to their company, and you should also be learning about the… Read more »

Could Wearables Lead to Fewer Workplace Injuries?

Health and safety in the workplace are an ongoing challenge that all employers are managing on a daily basis. The landscape of connected devices has changed the landscape in the workplace, and it is also having an interesting shift in safety on the job site. Understanding how wearables could lead to fewer workplace injuries takes… Read more »