When it comes to giving back to the community, there are a variety of opportunities. Even a small gesture can have a big impact. Here are some options: (more…)
(From Interview, to First Day and Beyond)
Think you’ve found the right person to fill that open position? Now, make sure you have everything ready to bring them on board. Just like you, your new hire has expectations – and that includes cues that you have everything in order for their arrival. If you don’t, they will know and it could predetermine their success and longevity with your company. (more…)
Sexual harassment is illegal, yet it seems to be a growing issue as we hear more and more about it in the news. Still, most sexual harassment situations – 71 percent in 2015 – are not reported. Sexual harassment in the workplace is a serious issue affecting employee morale and job performance as well as the health and safety of those involved. It can even lead to lawsuits. (more…)
With the demands of work and other priorities, wellness may take a back seat. However, simple mini-exercises and getting a good night’s sleep could be just what you need to reduce stress and clear your mind for a more productive day.
Exercising – An Effective Stress Management Technique
Wellness is very important to us at Society. Many departments have developed short workouts that they do at their desks every day. Try these exercises at your desk to get your blood flowing and muscles toned.
Emails are a convenient way to communicate, but sometimes email exchanges take place too quickly and can leave you second-guessing your message. Even worse, your message may be misinterpreted. The key is to make sure you are communicating effectively and professionally via email.
Follow these 6 email etiquette tips:
Welcome 2018! Who has made a New Year’s Resolution? I know I have – and some are harder to keep than others.
Popular resolutions tend to focus on getting in shape, losing weight and eating healthier. While a promise to yourself to follow through on your resolution is important, use these tips to kick-start the new year with a plan to stay active during the chilly winter months: (more…)
We all know that things can get a bit hectic – especially around the holidays. Balancing work, family, friends, and personal obligations combined with added holiday shopping, travel, and events can be a lot on your plate! So, how can you stay organized during the busy holiday season – and in your life, in general? We’ve prepared a few tips for you to organize your hectic life successfully: (more…)
When you think about your future employees, or about your own goal as an employee, what are the first words that come to mind? Reliability is probably at the top of the list, along with honesty and a solid work ethic. But how can you make sure an open job position and a potential new employee are a good fit? Use these tips when you’re hiring new employees. (more…)
While delegation comes naturally for some of us, others may struggle with it. Delegation is assigning responsibility to others and can consist of breaking up a large project into smaller tasks. If you manage a team or are a leader in your area, it is likely that you already delegate tasks. Some tasks may be large and some may be small, but delegating tasks of all sizes takes practice. (more…)
Can you think of decisions that you make daily? Of course you can! Now, what about a routine that you have daily? This might be tougher. For some, having a daily routine is how they function. For others, a routine may be a new concept.
Routines are a wonderful way to: (more…)