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Five Tips to Maximize Your Time at Job Fairs

A lot of job seeking is done online, but job fairs are a great way to network, make first impressions and learn more about the companies who might be hiring. Face-to-face interactions are still a really important part of the job-search process. But job fairs can be a waste of your time if you’re not… Read more »

Finding New Ways to Engage and Retain Your Top Employees

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When you’re lucky enough to score talented employees, you want to do everything in your power to keep them. It’s expensive to have to hire and train new employees. Having a dynamic, innovative workforce is important so you can keep growing and learning. To find that optimal workforce, you have to keep your team happy… Read more »

Three Tips to Reduce Stress From Working Multiple Jobs

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There are a lot of reasons you might need to work multiple jobs – paying off debt, saving for a house or preparing for retirement. It’s a huge challenge, but keeping your end goal in mind will make it easier. Eventually all that hard work pays off! Here are three tips to help you reduce… Read more »

Five Questions to Determine if You’re a Boss or a Leader

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There’s a difference between being a boss and being a leader. Bosses manage, oversee and instruct. But leaders are mentors, coaches and teachers. They motivate, engage and inspire their employees to reach their potential every day. Here are five questions to ask yourself to determine whether you’re just a boss or a real manager. Do… Read more »

Safety During the Work Day Starts the Night Before

Workplace safety is a top priority for any company. There’s too much at stake when considering that someone could get injured or equipment could be destroyed. As an employee, you need to make sure you’re taking precautions to ensure safety, and those precautions can start the night before. Here’s what you can do to make… Read more »

Get More Done by Outsourcing Your Payroll

As a business owner, you are likely looking for ways to maximize your time and resources on a regular basis. Payrolling is one such example of a function that could be outsourced to benefit your business. It’s not part of your business plan or your mission statement, but it’s something that has to happen on… Read more »

Best Parks and Sites to Explore in Idaho This Summer

After a long winter, the warm months of spring and summer are finally approaching, so it’s a great time to get outside and explore the local region. Idaho is filled with great parks and activities that can drive your sense of adventure and make memories to last a lifetime. Whether you like mountain biking, hiking… Read more »

Five Things to Look For in a Candidate’s Driving Record

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You can learn a lot about a candidate from their driving record. Sure, you can ask plenty of questions during the interview and calls with references, but is that enough? Driving records provide a more objective look at the history of your candidate. If you’re not already checking driving records as part of your hiring… Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions Off Track? Here’s How to Get Started

So, you made a big new year’s resolution related to your career. You planned to get a new job, earn a big promotion or set off on your business venture. Big plans, very ambitious! But suddenly it’s April… have you made any progress? Here are some tips to get started if you’ve gotten stalled on… Read more »

Three Tips for Managing a Flexible Workforce

Taking on temporary staff during your company’s busy season is a great way to make sure your business continues to provide service without finding yourself overstaffed as your busy season levels off. When you hire and utilize these employees effectively, they’re a great way to fill gaps and stabilize your workflow. The first step in… Read more »