Posts Categorized: HR & Management

Four Books Every Manager Should Read in 2018

It’s both helpful and wise to harness the knowledge of those who have come before you. And nothing delivers managerial advice quite like the wisdom found in books. As a manager—either new or seasoned—you should always keep learning, to continuously improve your skills and professional development. A personal crusade to brush up on some new… Read More »

The Secret to Finding Reliable Employees When Hiring in Georgia

Finding the right candidates is important, but can be tricky. After all, there are many steps in this time-consuming process. You must advertise open positions, review applicants, interview and screen candidates, extend offers, negotiate offers, and onboard your new hires. From start to finish, it can be a long process, and it’s important to take… Read More »

Recapping 2017: A Look at the Best HR Articles from 2017

2017 was a busy year! As it quickly draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on successes and plan for your 2018 goals. And if your plans include staffing up, engaging your current workers or simply upping your management game—we have information about that! Just check out our three top blog posts from 2017… Read More »

How can you get your process-driven employees to think more creatively?

Creativity and innovation set companies ahead of the competition! So if you’ve noticed your employees simply going through the motions day in and day out, they may just need some mental stimulation. You can build a creative company culture and inspire your workforce to “think outside the box” with these five tips from one of… Read More »

How to Network with Potential Candidates… When You’re Limited on Time

Good job candidates are hard—but not impossible—to find. Everyone knows the entire hiring process can be lengthy. But even as a busy manager, you can take steps to make it much easier and faster to find top talent in your industry. Just follow these sourcing tips from one of the best temp agencies in Atlanta—Happy… Read More »

Four Tactics to Bring out the Best in Your Employees, Month After Month

Engaged employees work hard and stay loyal to their company. These are the staff every employer wants, but how do you build a strong culture within your business? Four Ways to Motivate Your Staff It’s not as hard as you may think to encourage productivity and positive energy. Just start with these simple culture-building tactics… Read More »

How Long Should You Wait Before You Follow Up with an Interviewer a Second Time?

Follow up is important to stay top-of-mind after an interview. So after your initial thank you email, when should you follow up with your interviewer? The key is to come across as passionate and eager, but not pushy or even desperate. And it’s easy with these tips from an expert in city of Atlanta employment—Happy… Read More »

Seven Simple, Yet Effective Ways to Recognize Your Employees More Frequently

Recognizing your workers has multiple benefits. First, they understand that you see and appreciate their hard work. Second, it helps them understand the parameters of a job well done and what you expect. And finally, it encourages your staff to keep up the hard work—because good things will come! Just follow these top recognition tips… Read More »

Referral Programs are Usually Positive! But What Are the Negatives?

Employee referral programs offer many benefits for your recruitment process. You can find new workers quickly and easily, and can get an impression of the quality of these potential new hires. But if you’re considering an employee referral program to source new candidates, it’s also a good idea to weigh the possible drawbacks of these… Read More »

Identifying a Toxic Working Environment… and How to Improve it ASAP

Ideally, we’d all like to run a supportive, healthy work environment. You know the type—with happy, productive employees; great idea sharing; innovative projects; industry-leading products—the best of the best in the field. The type of company all candidates want to work for. And then there’s “toxic” work environments—the ones no candidates want to work for.… Read More »