Are You Paying Employees Fairly?

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There are a lot of things to consider when you’re negotiating salary with an incoming employee. But what does it mean to be truly fair with your compensation package? Before you go too far down the rabbit hole, it’s helpful to have some things in mind as you get started. What considerations should you be… Read more »

5 Problems Your Staffing Partner Can Eliminate Today

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Have you considered working with a staffing partner to help you source and hire top candidates in the Detroit area? A staffing agency is trained to find the best possible job seekers in the area to match them with open positions with their clients. They are dedicated to this process so you don’t have to… Read more »

Does Your Workplace Focus on Collaboration?

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You’ve probably heard that collaboration is king in today’s millennial-driven workforce. Younger employees want to collaborate in the workplace, so it’s important for managers to better understand how collaboration works and how it can be a benefit to all of their employees across the generational spectrum. Collaboration allows for innovation, cooperation, and long-term career satisfaction…. Read more »

How to Help Millennials (And Post-Millennials) Succeed!

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Millennials in the workplace are quickly replacing baby boomers as the largest generation working today. But even as millennials are taking over, there are a lot of personality differences between them and their older counterparts. For baby boomer or Generation X bosses, it can sometimes feel like speaking an entirely different language. So how can… Read more »

Get Ready for an Influx of Generation Z Employees

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You may just be getting used to the millennials who have overtaken baby boomers in the workplace. But now it’s time to consider the next generation heading into the workforce in the next several years. Still without an official title, Generation Z (following Gen X and The Gen Y millennials) are ready to enter the… Read more »

Sick of Hiring Already? Simplify Your Hiring Process!

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Downsizing isn’t just laying off employees or buying one of those fancy tiny homes so popular on TV. The truth is, downsizing doesn’t have to be about reducing the workforce or your stuff, but rather, about simplifying your processes. Are you tired of going through the motions of hiring only to have employees not work… Read more »

How Do New I-9 Requirements Affect Remote Employees?

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Remote working agreements have gained in popularity over the last few years. When employees can have the flexibility of working from home and employers can eliminate expenses in the office, it’s a win-win for everyone. But that doesn’t mean that remote working situations are cut and dry. Your company still needs to be compliant with… Read more »

Should You Use Current Employers as Job References?

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Many people look for new jobs in Detroit while they’re still employed. There are many reasons why this might be the best avenue to take as a job seeker. It could be a matter of moving locations or simply that you’re dissatisfied with your current role. But should you use your current employer as a… Read more »

Want to Keep Your Best Employees in 2018? Follow These Tips

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Employee retention will be a key factor in success for the New Year. So how can you be sure you’re making the right moves to keep your top employees happy on the job so everyone can succeed? To improve employee satisfaction, there are some tips you can use that will help you maintain a good… Read more »

How to Calculate the Cost of a Bad Office Hire

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There are plenty of reasons to avoid a bad hire, but the high cost may be the most significant. Not only will a bad hire affect production and employee morale, but it can also greatly impact the money you spend, the profits you bring in, and every other financial aspect of your organization. But how… Read more »