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Do You Know Questions You Should Be Asking a Hiring Manager?

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Many candidates make the mistake of assuming they’ll be the only one in the hot seat during a job interview, but it’s actually a two-way street. The hiring manager will ask plenty of questions to gauge your fit for both the position and the company, and you’re expected to do the same. As a talented… Read more »

Tips to Make Your Supply Chain More Efficient in 2018

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The new year has officially begun, so it’s time to make sure your supply chain is optimized for 2018. If it’s been awhile since you updated your processes and procedures, there’s a good chance several inefficiencies are holding your company back. Exciting innovations are constantly appearing that can help your team save time and money,… Read more »

Do You Have an Effective Fire Prevention Plan In Place?

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Out of 4,836 fatal on-the-job injuries in 2015, 121 were caused by fire or explosion, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Chart. The last thing you want is one of your employees to make this list. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration emphasizes the importance of a fire prevention… Read more »

6 Tips To Achieving Work-Life Balance

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Some jobs are much more demanding than others, but if yours has taken over your personal life, it’s time to get a handle on it. A solid work-life balance is needed to keep you happy, healthy, and productive, so if you’re constantly working late, bringing work home, and working on the weekends, it’s time to… Read more »

This Is How You Acclimate to Your New Management Role

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Moving into your first managerial role is equal parts exciting and terrifying. You’ve worked for a boss your entire professional life, but now that you’re in charge, you’re not quite sure what to do. This feeling is completely natural, as there’s no way to fully prepare for the role. Finding your way as a manager… Read more »

How to Increase Visibility in Your Supply Chain

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If you don’t feel you have much visibility across your supply chain, you’re not alone. The 2017 Supply Chain Worldwide survey, conducted by supply chain operator GEODIS, revealed telling insights from employers. Specifically, 70 percent of respondents said their supply chain is either ‘very’ or ‘extremely’ complex. They also underlined the strategic spot it holds… Read more »

Top 10 OSHA Violations of 2017

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On an annual basis, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration records thousands of worksite violations. In an effort to educate both workers and employers, the agency releases a list of the top-cited safety infractions each year. OSHA’s 2017 fiscal year ended September 30, and it has published the annual list. Not surprisingly, the top three… Read more »

Top Job Trends to Watch in 2018

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If you’ve grown out of your current position, you’re probably planning to launch a job search in 2018. Starting a new chapter in your career is exciting, but looking for a new job can also be very nerve-wracking — especially if you’ve been with the same company for a while. Job search trends come and… Read more »

Here is What You Should Be Asking Candidates During Interviews

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You’ve conducted plenty of job interviews, but if they’re not resulting in the kind of hires you’d hoped for, you might be asking the wrong questions. For a response to really be telling, you have to ask a question that scratches the surface, forcing candidates to offer up a reply with substance. Add these questions… Read more »

Is Your Supply Chain Protected Against Cyber Attacks?

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The Internet has opened the door to a world of exciting business prospects that would’ve never before existed, but it’s also paved the way for criminals to conduct cyber attacks. As technology continues to evolve, cyber intrusions have increased in volume and intensity, putting your supply chain at risk. Last year alone, the FBI’s Internet… Read more »

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