Ring in The New Year With Healthier Workplace Resolutions

The New Year is upon us and many New Year’s resolutions are being posted on mirrors and whiteboards everywhere. Hitting the gym three times a week or being more organized at home are great for one’s personal life, but what about some resolutions for the workplace? While many of us may think that our workplace […]

Traditional Work Weeks Aren’t Exactly Traditional Anymore

What is a work week? Actually, what is a “traditional work week?” Even just a few years ago we would have defined a traditional work week as working Monday through Friday from 8-5. Today however, that definition has slowly been changing over the past few years as younger employees are entering the workforce and more […]

Workplace Stress, Can it be Managed?

Unfortunately in today’s day and age, stress is inevitable in the workplace. With the work days growing longer, they are no longer just 8-5 Monday through Friday. Employees are not just focused on getting in their standard 8 hours, but rather on achieving goals and meeting quotas that are set by either themselves or their […]

Recruiting Scheduler – Contract Position ($20-$25/hr!)

$20 – $25 an hour – Full-time, Contract – Minneapolis, MN Immediate need for a Recruiting Assistant in the Bloomington area. This is a full-time, contract assignment with an expected duration of 3 months. This role provides opportunity to support a busy recruiting team to ensure a positive and seamless candidate experience. The ideal candidate will be […]

How to Attract and Keep Top Talent in a Competitive Market

A recent article published by Jen Schramm, manager of the Workforce Trends at SHRM, gives us some tips on how recruiters can find top talent and actually keep them in the workplace. As the current U.S economy is rising, companies are struggling to find top talent for the seemingly more difficult positions to fill. And […]

Millennials’ Broaden the Definition of Diversity

As the Millennials’ slowly start to take over the workplace, their management style is not the only thing that seems to be changing. When the word “diversity” comes to mind most of us think about race, ethnicity, gender and age. However Dana Wilkie writes on the Society for Human Resource Management website titled, “Is the […]

Video Chats Are Becoming A Mainstream Recruitment Tool

When video conferencing first became a tool in the workplace, it opened businesses up to a whole new world of connectivity. As a result, recruiting turned into a worldwide game, instead of a regional one. With any new technology, it also creates a new set of problems. Because of the cost and effort, video conferencing […]

How Offering A Paternity Leave Program Benefits Your Company

The necessity of a dual income is more common than not in today’s day and age, as reported by HR Magazine’s article, “Men Need Work/Life Balance, Too”, published in their November 2014 issue. As a result, men are helping out with the kids more than ever before. In the article it stated that only 14% […]

Employee Financial Health Impacts Your Bottom Line

Many Americans live paycheck to paycheck. This means that one small financial setback can have disastrous consequences on many lives. But as an employer paying a fair wage, you may be wondering what this has to do with you. There are many reasons why you should care about your employees’ financial well-being.  Employees who have […]

Cringe-Worthy Performance Reviews And How To Stop Them

Everyone has an opinion when it comes to performance review time. From managers to employees, the opinion is usually less than favorable. However, thanks to inspiration from social media, there may be a solution to making this task less arduous and time-consuming. In July, HR Magazine published an article by Edie L. Goldberg, Ph.D. called […]