Is Your Social Media Employer Proof?

In the age of digital communications and social media, job seekers need to consider the implications of what they have available to the public on the internet. Some companies do check public profiles before making hiring decisions, including your Instagram, Twitter, and even public Facebook feeds. Are you confident that they will make you an… Read more »

8 Ideas to Bring Summer Into Your Workplace

Summertime is in full swing and the hot temperatures are causing everyone in the workplace to daydream about all the reasons they shouldn’t be at work. When everyone is thinking about summer vacation, you need to figure out ways to keep your staff engaged and happy. You can bring summer into your workplace with a… Read more »

4 Ways Leaders Will Engage With Their Employees

Your employees shouldn’t be so unhappy at work that they’re regularly thinking about jumping ship. As the leader of your organization, it’s imperative that you spend time focusing on your employee engagement. How can you be sure that your team is happy on the job, engaged, and excited about coming to work every day? Here… Read more »

Increasing First-Touch Success – How Can You Train Agents the Right Way

Customer service and call center agents play a very important role in the success of your business. They are often the very first touch you have with your customers, and their interaction will set the tone for all future business. If you want to make sure your agents are making the right impression and leading… Read more »

Job Seekers Are Scared – Here’s How to Make Them Comfortable

As a hiring manager, you certainly feel the stress around the process of bringing on a new employee for your open position. But, you also have you put yourself in the candidates’ shoes? Job seekers are scared, and that’s natural. So how can you make them more comfortable? Before you bring in your next set… Read more »

Resume Red Flags That You Should be Aware of

Reviewing resumes is a delicate art. There are some many things to consider when you need to hire a skilled and qualified individual for your open position. And for all the reasons you consider a candidate, you also need to rule them out in some cases. What are some of the red flags that you… Read more »

When is The Best Time to Get a New Job

What time of year should you be looking for a new job? Did you know that your job search can be seasonal? Companies do spend more time hiring in some seasons more than others, but how would you know where to focus your efforts. If you want to improve your job search, consider when you… Read more »

Our Top Advice for Employers from 2018

Each year, we aim to provide the very best professional advice for employers throughout the Dallas area. We want to curate content that will benefit local businesses and help them hire and retain the top employees currently available. Before we kick off the new content for 2019, we wanted to take a look back at… Read more »

Onboarding Costs – Do You Know What They Really Are?

Onboarding is the act of bringing a new employee into your company. It typically involves orientation, training, personnel paperwork, and other sundry items. All of those things cost money, but do you know how much? Understanding the costs of onboarding will help you eliminate unnecessary spending, make good hiring choices from the start, and maximize… Read more »

Being Empathetic to Your Team Is Better Than Just Giving Thanks

Another Thanksgiving is in the books. The turkey is done and you may have even pulled out your winter holiday decorations. But that doesn’t mean the season for gratitude has passed. Being thankful is something everyone should aspire toward all year long, especially in the workplace. Your team deserves to feel appreciated for the work… Read more »