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Reduce personnel costs, improve productivity, and get more done with these best practices for staffing your company.
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Five Ways to Boost Temporary Employee Productivity

Making a list, checking it twice: what should (and shouldn't) be in your company's personnel files

25 Ways to Make Your Job Easier

When it comes to your employees, are you a good judge of character? Here are 10 ways to hone your ability to assess an individual's true nature.

Workplace conflict can be constructive--if you know how to channel it correctly.

Five Ways to Keep Employees Happy

HR professionals were asked to rate the reasons employees quit on a 1 to 5 scale (with 1 representing "strongly disagree" and 5 representing "strongly agree"). Here are the top 10 reasons they gave for why employees leave.

As competition in the job market has increased, so has candidates' temptation to stretch the truth on their resumes. Many job seekers have been scanning and scraping for work much longer than they're used to. Out of desperation, they'll do almost anything to get an edge on other candidates--including outright lying.

Today's HR departments leverage IT to benefit almost every aspect of their daily operations.

Continual technology improvements, coupled with declining costs, have fueled a surge in HR's usage of technology.  As a result of all this impressive technology, HR organizations have collected massive amounts of data about virtually every part of the employee management process--especially recruiting and hiring.

It's game time--for your work team, that is! Your business team faces tough competition every day. As a leader, it's your responsibility to help them win. The best way to ensure their success? Use these Great Ideas to build a cohesive, productive team that achieves its objectives without micromanagement.

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