Posts Tagged: staffing firms cleveland

The Key to Coping with Job Rejection: What to Do When You Don’t Get the Job You’re Wanting

When you are trying to land one of the most coveted jobs in Cleveland, Ohio, you might not end up with an offer. Being rejected for a position hurts, and it is difficult not to take it personally. Plus, being told “no” can significantly harm your confidence, and the idea of moving on can seem daunting. … Read More »

4 Reasons to Consistently Update Your LinkedIn Profile to Maximize Your Personal Branding

Your personal brand can have a big impact on your job search success. Personal branding helps differentiate you from the competition, increasing the odds that you can land one of the more coveted jobs in Solon, Ohio, or anywhere else.  LinkedIn can be an incredible personal branding tool, but only if you use it properly. Consistently… Read More »

Employee Turnover: Is It Eating Up Your Profits?

By Marcia Zidle Keeping the cost of doing business down, yet providing a quality product or service is one of the most critical components of success for today’s leader. What many fail to realize is that employee turnover can represent a very substantial price tag to a company’s productivity and its bottom line. Turnover is… Read More »

2015 ACA Changes: Are you on Top of Your Game?

We’re two months in – is your organization doing everything it can to stay compliant, and minimize costs, while still meeting your business demands? Whether your company is large or small, it’s essential to know how the latest Affordable Care Act (ACA) reforms will impact your company – and how your staffing partner can help… Read More »

Stop Perfectionism: Some Things are Good Enough!

Have you ever delegated a task to someone, then taken it back because the person didn’t do it the “right way”? Which of course is your way, because your way is the perfect way. You may suffer from the disease of perfectionism. Do these phrases sound familiar? “If I let someone else do this, it… Read More »

Move Over — Watson Needs a Seat in the Boardroom

The term “artificial intelligence” conjures images of Watson, IBM’s mastermind computer, defeating the world’s top Jeopardy! players in 2011. Or, going a little farther back, perhaps you remember the matchup between IBM’s supercomputer Deep Blue and world chess champion Gary Kasparov. Kasparov won the first match in 1996 but the computer, with an assist from… Read More »

Employee Engagement: Is Your Company Over It?

“Engagement” might rank as the number-one business buzzword of 2014. Human resources teams across the country launched attempts to track, measure, and boost employees’ “engagement.” But did those efforts work? As 2015 rolls in, many executives are asking whether engaging with “engagement” for another year is worth it. Is “employee engagement” just another tired HR… Read More »

Crossing the Line – Leadership Tips

Confident, effective leadership. It’s what we all aspire to, isn’t it? When you were starting out, chances are you admired and sought to emulate an inspiring leader. Someone who exuded knowledge, competence and confidence. You wanted to work for that person and learn their secrets! But then one day, you found yourself disappointed. That leader… Read More »

Getting Away with it: What you can and can’t do when firing

Most employees in the U.S. are “at-will” employees. “At-will” employment gives employers a great deal of flexibility when firing an employee. An employer may fire for almost any reason, and need not disclose the reason to the employee in many circumstances. If you think at-will employment frees you to fire for any reason, however, think… Read More »

Are You Executing Company Vision – Or Just Paying It Lip Service?

Every business begins with a vision. As your company grows, however, your vision may get lost in the day-to-day concerns of the organization. Worse, it may be paid mere “lip service” or ignored altogether by employees who are more interested in dealing with today’s problems, or who simply don’t know what the company’s ultimate goals… Read More »