Category: Employers

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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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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Ways to Enhance Your Employee Wellness Program

It’s Social Wellness Month at Energi Personnel!    Social wellness is an important concept, but it’s often overlooked in favor of physical wellness and safety. But just because you have the right PPE and reporting systems doesn’t mean your staff are safe – or happy.    Relationships are a key part of

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Emergency Preparedness

It’s Workplace Safety Month!    Emergencies aren’t planned, so you need to be prepared. To keep your workplace a safe place to be, you need to not only have the appropriate plans in place but have staff trained on them.   With the exception of emergency exit signs, few companies are prepared for

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Why Partner with a Staffing Agency?

Right now, frontline service providers need to provide great staff at an unprecedented pace. With HR teams already at capacity, staffing agencies are picking up the slack and placing qualified candidates with the right employers.   Partnering with a staffing agency like Energi Personnel can help your organization weather the current storm. Here’s

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3 Tips to Build Relationships with Your Team

How often does your leadership team sit down with your employees? Is it only when things go wrong? Or to smooth things over?   Without face time, it’s hard to have a relationship with your employees, much less one built on trust and respect. These relationships are critical to your business

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