How to Encourage Collaboration

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Collaboration

As the typical workplace continues to evolve, energy and atmosphere of the office can be easily lost in the shuffle. It is important to consistently strengthen collaboration in the workplace. It is the collective creation of workable ideas and helps employees to achieve a common or set goal. Here are key tips on how to encourage collaboration in your… Read more »

Top 3 Tips for Motivating Employees

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  Morale is an important aspect of any business, but it is also one of the most overlooked. By simply showing employee recognition and appreciation, workers are more likely to feel welcomed and their productivity is likely to go up along with it. You don’t have to go out of your way in order to… Read more »

Compensation and Benefit Trends: What to Expect in the AV Industry

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In today’s competitive landscape, if you want to make a killer presentation to a client, partner or investor, you need to have the technology to bring your pitch to life. This is just one place where Audio-Visual (AV) technicians come into play. They have the technology knowledge and skills that will help bring your organization’s… Read more »

Recruit The Employee You Want – Without The Recruiting Hassle

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Recruit

Picture this: you have several new projects on the horizon, and one of your clients has additional, time-consuming requests, requests that you don’t necessarily have the time to complete. Let’s face it, you need to recruit a dedicated team. To hire someone new would take time away from your already busy schedule and set you… Read more »

Nailing the 90-Day Mark: How to Set Your Employees Up For Success

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When a new employee arrives at the office for their first day of work, chances are they will experience some nervous jitters—and that’s completely normal. However, ensuring that your new employees feels like part of the team not only eases these jitters, but also plays a pivotal role in their productivity and overall success. So,… Read more »

5 Key Traits For IT Project Managers

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Nearly every organization requires major IT systems in order to stay organized and effective. However, if you consider how quickly modern technology evolves, implementing these systems is no easy feat. Enter: IT project managers. IT project managers are the fearless leaders who can help you navigate the waters of technology and shed light on complex… Read more »

An Insider’s Look at the Recruiting Process

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An Insider’s Look at the Recruiting Process

Recruiting and hiring decisions are some of the most important decisions made by any organization, because employees are the foundation for any successful company. If organizations don’t “hire smart,” there may be repercussions down the road. Unfortunately, recruiting for, and vetting, potential hires is often a stressful and time-consuming process – taking employees away from… Read more »

Benefits Using a Staffing Agency

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Bringing in a new employee is a costly, time-consuming process that can easily be made worse with a bad hire. Take it from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, for example: the average direct cost for hiring a new team member is about $58,000 including basic wages, benefits and taxes. Now add on recruiting, advertising… Read more »

6 Tips for Hiring the Best Employees

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It’s important to hire the best possible talent. Having the right personnel can mean the difference between success and failure. Here are six tips for hiring the best employees for your business. Be Proactive Don’t wait for a vacancy to start looking for talent. If you wait until someone leaves, you’ll feel pressure to advertise… Read more »

Skills Gap: Is It Real, and Who’s Responsible?

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U.S. News & World Report (02/18/15) Andrew Soergel Although businesses increased hiring dramatically last year, about half of the respondents to PayScale’s annual compensation best practices survey said they were having trouble finding skilled workers to fill open positions. Seventy-five percent of recruiting firm professionals said there are skills shortages in the industries they work… Read more »