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  • What Makes a Good Boss? The Top 12 Qualities & Attributes

    Think back to the best boss you’ve ever had—does someone come to mind? We hope so! Okay, now think back to the worst boss you’ve ever had. I’m sure you can conjure up a few faces. 

  • How to Recruit and Retain Gen Z Employees

    As Boomers and the oldest Gen X are exiting the workforce, younger Millennials and Gen Z are flowing in. While the younger generations seem to be completely different than the older generations, many care about some of the same things- financial security, working conditions, etc. However, due to social and cultural differences in the era that Gen Z has grown up in, they have concerns that were never even workplace topics of discussion 20 years ago.

  • How Does Temp to Hire Work? Benefits, Concerns, & More

    Whether you’re just starting out your career or are looking for the next opportunity, the job market has never been more burgeoning with opportunities. From flexible work options and freelancing gigs to seasonal and temp-to-hire work, people today are spoiled for choice when it comes to finding engaging and fulfilling work. 

  • Explore Your Skill and Find the Best Way to Make Money From Home

    When you just can’t stomach another drive-thru coffee on your morning commute, close your navigation app on your phone and search for easy ways to make money from home instead. With a computer and some niche skills, there are countless opportunities for you to earn a living from your couch. (Okay, fine, your home office.) Below, we’ll explore 30 different ways to make money from home, as well as a few “too-good-too-be-true" warning signs to know to keep you from booking the wrong remote gig. 

  • How to Avoid a Bad Hire

    "A new employee who doesn't meet the minimum performance, quality, and culture fit standards you set when you began sourcing and recruiting. Additionally, bad hires will immediately show signs of self-interest instead of an interest in their role and the company."

  • What Are SMART Goals?

    When it comes to achieving our goals, there’s a lot of noise to work through. A study by the University of Scranton has found that only 8% of people who set New Year’s resolutions actually achieve them. Our busy lives might be one reason for this. Another, even more important reason, is our approach to goal setting. Being too vague, too ambitious or simply unclear on the timeframe can set us up for failure.