Posts Categorized: News

How to Become a Part of the Team…When You’re The Newest Hire

Congratulations – you’ve landed a brand new job! You are about to head for a new career adventure that will enable you to grow in your profession and learn new skills. The first few days you can expect to be rocky, as you get oriented to the company and the people around you. Being able… Read More »

4 Fall Activities to Increase Team Morale

The autumn months can be a beautiful time of year in Modesto Valley, but it can also be a time when employee morale dips when the summer fun is over. Employees can easily get stuck in ruts and start feeling down. Why not take advantage of this time of year and plan some fun fall… Read More »

3 Easy (but Effective) Ways to Show Your Team You Are Thankful for Their Dedication

Being an effective manager is no easy feat, especially in the “every-second-counts” business environment of now. Oftentimes, managers are faced with boosting the morale of employees in order to maintain high levels of productivity and pushing employees to perform at their very best. This improves the profitability of the business and builds a strong corporate… Read More »

Overcoming Workplace Tension | How to Work with Someone You Don’t Get Along With

Companies generally do their best to hire good people who will get along with others. However, there is always at least one employee who tends to complain a lot, creates drama, and causes tension in the workplace. Do you have a co-worker like this that you’d rather stick needles in your eyes than deal with?… Read More »

Consider Managing Your Employees Like Steve Jobs

The way you manage your employees today matters a whole lot when it comes to your company’s bottom line. If you hire employees and tell them what to do, you might run into some trouble. Companies should want to hire employees and have them tell the company what to do. This means that your employees… Read More »

Don’t Micromanage Away Your Employee’s Creativity!

There are very few times when it is a good idea to micromanage your employees. For the most part, you really should stay away from micromanaging your employees. Avoid it as much as possible. You need to stay away from it because when you micromanage, there is a chance you are taking away the creativity… Read More »

10 of Our Favorite Quotes on Innovation for Job Seekers

As job seekers continue to look for something new, or maybe their first job out of school, they should take time to read some interesting and inspirational quotes about innovation. We have compiled a list of our 10 favorite quotes on innovation in today’s post. William Pollard Once Said: “Without change there is no innovation,… Read More »

But WHY Do We Do Things This Way?

As the title suggests, this article is all about a pretty common question asked by employees when they start a new job. The quickest and easiest way to promote engagement from a new employee and shorten the learning curve is to find a way to foster an environment of asking questions. Some employees can get… Read More »

Intrusive and Illegal Interview Questions You Simply Cannot Ask

Preparing for an interview is just as important for the hiring manager as it is for the job seeker. Even though the job seeker will experience more stress during the event, the interviewer must ensure that he or she does not ask any illegal or inappropriate questions of the candidate during the interview. To do… Read More »

Making a Positive First Impression During Job Interviews

Everyone knows that it takes a matter of seconds to make a first impression, but do you know exactly how many seconds you have? The exact number is seven; seven seconds to make a first impression on someone. That is not a lot of time to ensure that the impression is a good one. So,… Read More »