Monthly Archives: November 2014

References can help land your Dream Career

Selecting the right reference for an upcoming job interview may sound simple, but requires a bit of thought. Although a close friend may in fact be a great reference, you typically don’t pick professional references from a group of close friends. You choose someone who can give your work and ethics a fair and positive […]

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Background Screening or Not?

Hiring Process Hiring employees is just as important as approving new tenants to live in a rental unit. It is important to know as much as you can about the person you are bringing into your work environment. Can they perform the job you are considering them for? Do they have a diligent work ethic? […]

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5 Ways to Motivate Your Employees

Motivation in the workplace begins and ends with employees being happy to come to work each day. Building a motivated team takes patience, practice, and a little psychological warfare but it’s worth it. Motivate by identifying different personality types: There are four main categories of personality types that every employer should be familiar with. Each […]

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Cost of Replacing an Employee

Cost of Replacing an Employee The cost of replacing an employee is not only a financial burden for a company it also has negative impacts on the remaining employees productivity, morale and the company’s reputation and other areas of revenue. Hiring and training an employee involves money and staff time. According to the Bureau of Labor […]

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