Success Through People

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Modern Onboarding that retains Employees, Connects Teams and Promotes Creativity Organize the first day to be engaging with existing Team Members Onboarding may be performed in person or virtual   Prior to the 1st Day: Week before the 1st Day:  Send a Company Swag Bag to the New Hire’s Home Send a welcome email or… Read more »

Self-Care & Chill

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#SelfCareSeptember When our lives are full of activity, noise, and hurry, sometimes a little TLC is required. Enter self-care, who cuddles you and tells you everything is alright. In order to have a healthy mind, body, and soul, think of your wellness activities as non-negotiable appointments you have with yourself. “Ann’s Corrals 2020” Ann Bohl… Read more »

Was It Really Quarantine?

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“I worked on a couple of projects in our new home! We painted our guest room bed, built a framed pegboard for my craft room, and added a patio set and string lights to our backyard.” Paola Borroel Talent Associate, Accounting-Finance Division         “We finally finished our backyard pool and landscaping project… Read more »

The Contractor Solution

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The Value of hiring a Contractor… Contractors can have advanced skills that are needed to execute a time sensitive project, train the existing employees on an advanced skill, or simply be the interim solution resulting in cost efficiencies without adding head count.  Some companies choose to hire Contractors on a trial basis allowing both the… Read more »

Utilizing Personality Assessments in the Hiring Process

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Personality tests have become very popular in hiring and employee development practices.  They are mainly used to find employees whose personalities align with the workplace culture.   Why use them? Strengthening the Interview – A good personality assessment can help hiring managers to know which soft skills and behavioral style interview questions they should pay… Read more »