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What Skills Should You Look For in Your Next Standout Receptionist?

Your front desk is where your customers, clients, and future employees first encounter your business. The person there to greet them needs to be your ambassador. After all, an encounter with someone who isn’t engaged with their job will stand out when your visitor decides whether they want to do

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Take Mental Breaks During Your Shift

When you’re knee-deep in a task-list, you tend to want to get things done – if not for yourself then to avoid pressure from your boss. Plus, taking breaks at work is a waste of time, right?   If you think you should be 100% focused through the day, then you’re

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Is Now the Time to Find the “Perfect” New Hire?

With so many job seekers “now available” due to layoffs, your business might think now is the time to get picky and aim for “perfect.”   But even though more candidates are out there and there are fewer jobs than there were six months ago, now is not the time to

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Reskill Yourself for Today’s Workforce

Today’s workforce may come with many of the same job titles you saw at the start of your working life, but the skills demanded are different. The good news: you probably already have those transferrable skills. Your job is to sell your talents to the hiring manager.   How do you

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Make Your Temporary Employees Feel More Welcome With These Tips

When a temporary employee walks into work for the first time, they’re keenly aware that their job has an expiration date. While using contract and temporary employees is a great way to shore up your staffing needs, you shouldn’t necessarily treat them like temps.   To help your temporary employees make

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