How would you describe your leadership style? Better yet, do you know why do you lead the way you do? There is one simple thing you can do gain deeper insight into your natural leadership style – and it’s simple: Take a personality test. Understanding your personality. The difference between so-so leaders and great leaders […]
Category Archives: Employer Tips
Great companies require great employees. To find diamonds in the rough, you need to look beyond skills, education, and experience. Below are a list of ideal traits and interview questions you can ask to try to identify them. Reliable. Employers need people who do what they say they will do and show up when they […]
Thank you to all of our valued clients who participated in our 2nd Annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest! Once again, we were blown away by your creativity! The winner is…
Branding goes beyond attracting your target customers to buy your product or service. It’s also important to develop your employer brand. What is an employer brand? It can be defined in one word: perception. When people think about working for your company, what thoughts and feelings come to mind? How do candidates perceive you as […]
If you are looking to improve your cross-training program, check out this article published in PKWY Magazine with 6 quick tips.
Now that we’re in the second half of 2016, it’s a good time to get a pulse on hiring for the remainder of the year. Check out the key findings from CareerBuilder’s Midyear Forecast.
If you’ve been looking to add an accountant to your team, you’ve likely come to realize that it’s a job seeker’s market. Just how competitive is the market? Find out!
The kids are out of school, the weather is warming up, and the beaches are calling. Employees will also soon be taking time off. Are you ready?
A new crop of graduates is about to burst onto the job market. If you’re considering hiring one of them, keep these three hiring mistakes in mind.
The traditional workforce is changing. Today’s average mix of contingent workers has grown to 18%. Discover how businesses are adapting to this trend.