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Is Your Job Search Keeping You Up At Night?? RELAX!!


Whether you’re currently unemployed or simply raring to break free from your current job, it’s easy to become stressed and frustrated when the job search process takes longer than expected. It’s perfectly understandable if sky-high anxiety levels are causing you to lose sleep, but being frustrated and sleep deprived certainly won’t help you get hired… Read more »

Do You Know What Your Best Employees Are Saying on Social Media?


As a trusting employer, you probably don’t give much thought to your employees’ personal social media pages. After all, what they do and say during their free time has no bearing on your company, right? Well, not exactly. By association, your employees are an extension of your brand, so things they say and do on… Read more »

3 Reasons Why You Weren’t Offered the Job You Wanted


It’s always discouraging to get passed up for a job you really wanted — especially when you really thought you nailed the interview. Sometimes the reason you weren’t selected is completely out of your control, but that’s not always the case. Instead of wallowing in self-pity, pick yourself up and take an honest look back… Read more »

Benchmark Your Business Agility with a P2P Model


Efficiency is everything in business. If your company is wasting time, it’s also losing money, so consider reorganizing to a purchase-to-pay model. Also known as P2P, this type of structure includes everything in the purchase process from start-to-finish. Inclusive of services, travel and expenditures, and physical items, this encompasses a huge portion of every company’s… Read more »

How to Create a Team of Independent Thinkers and Innovators


As a team, your employees generate great ideas and produce outstanding work, but you know they’re capable of so much more. The importance of working well together cannot be emphasized enough, but you also need to ensure that each person is thinking independently and not just saying what they think everyone wants to hear. Innovation… Read more »

OSHA’s Ruling to Protect Workers from Respirable Crystalline Silica


In March 2016, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) issued a final rule to keep workers from breathing silica dust. Comprised of two standards — one for construction and another for general industry and maritime — the new rule is expected to save more than 600 lives and prevent more than 900 new instances… Read more »

Reducing Invoice Processing (Part 2 of 2)


Invoice processing can be an incredibly laborious task. In February, we discussed the importance of efficiency in this process and introduced invoice automation. If your company is still processing invoices manually, switching over to this innovative system offers many benefits, including reducing errors, saving time, and cutting costs. In part two of this series, we… Read more »

Filing Whistleblower Complaints under the Affordable Care Act


The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was created to make health care coverage a reality for everyone. If you feel like your employer is treating you unfairly for using this benefit, OSHA has provisions in place to assist. Section 1558 of Title I of the ACA includes a host of consumer protections from health insurance companies,… Read more »

Are You Looking for a New Job in All the Wrong Places?


After polishing your resume, writing a unique cover letter and submitting your application, you expect to receive an interview request from a potential employer, so it’s beyond discouraging to hear nothing — especially when this becomes a pattern. The good news is you’re not the problem, you’re just looking for work in all the wrong… Read more »

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