June is Employee Wellness Month

June is National Employee Wellness Month. Your Employee’s physical and mental wellbeing directly correlates to their engagement and performance. When your employees feel welcome and a part of their teams, their overall happiness and positivity in the workplace rises. This satisfaction coupled with open communication with management will drive the success of your company. How can managers best assist employee engagement with rewarding performance reviews?

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Profanity in the Workplace

This can be a tricky subject as company cultures vary along with expectations of their employees’ behavior. At times work can become stressful, demanding and even frustrating. Depending on your workplace culture, letting certain foul language slip might be tolerated or even expected. However, at what point should particular language spoken by an employee be considered inappropriate and offensive? What action should managers take?

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Managing Teen Workers

With summer just around the corner, students are preparing for seasonal job opportunities.  Some employers may shy away from hiring inexperienced teen workers. They tend to have limited schedules and are subject to stricter federal and state employment laws. However, these enthusiastic and energetic workers can become valuable assets to your company. You’ll need to employ a special set of interviewing and training techniques when on-boarding these green workers to your team. How can you recruit and manage the teen workforce for a successful summer season? 

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Recruiting the Class of 2018

The graduating class of 2018, where millennials meet generation X, may have a different mindset on career hunting than previous generations. They state are they are most concerned about the type of work they will be doing and whether or not they will have the opportunity to advance in their roles. Those entering the workforce this year expect higher salaries for entry-level positions. According to talent acquisition software company iCIMS, 80% of today’s recruiters report having a harder time filling entry-level positions compared to three years ago. What approach can recruiters and hiring managers take to appeal to this year’s pool of fresh talent?

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