Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Cost of Making a Bad Hire

The Cost of Making a Bad Hire

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It goes without saying that recruiting and hiring employees is the most critical aspect of running a successful business, no matter the size. Without good employees, it can be very difficult to get things done. But making a good hiring decision is a hard one. Many times the person responsible has little to no training…

Congratulations Tiffany Dillon!

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Tiffany Dillon, Staffing Manager Key Resource Group is happy to announce the promotion of Tiffany Dillon from Recruiter to Staffing Manager. Tiffany joined Key Resource Group this past January and immediately made an impact on our whole team. Over the past year, she put in the hard work necessary to successfully learn the ins-and-outs of…

How to enjoy your work holiday party (and not ruin your career)

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The work holiday party is meant to be an enjoyable time. A chance to relax and relish in all the success your company has had this year. But while you certainly want to have a good time, you also need to remember that it is a work event, and a certain level of professionalism must…

Discovering Purpose-oriented Employees

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A recent study published by Imperative and LinkedIn Talent Solutions, dove into identifying what it is that makes people motivated in the workplace. On a whole, companies that are purposed-oriented are more effective and successful. So what does purposed-oriented really mean? Purpose-oriented employees prioritize work that matters to them, their company, and the world, over…

Seasonal Job Opportunities: 101

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The holiday season is upon us. With that brings of joy, excitement, and expense. But there is a financial and professional silver lining you may be overlooking; seasonal job opportunities. Besides traditional big box retailers, there are thousands of seasonal job opportunities in restaurants, in the e-commerce and travel industries, and in general offices to…