Are Your Employees Happy?

No one wants an unhappy employee! In an ideal scenario, an unhappy or unfulfilled employee would go straight to their supervisor or HR department to voice their concerns and look for solutions. Unfortunately, it is not always this straightforward. Even in a communicative, open workplace, employees might not always express their unhappiness, leaving it up to their employer to recognize the warning signs that employee is feeling dissatisfied. If you think you have an unhappy employee in your workplace, here are some red flags to look out for—and some tips on how to improve your employee’s morale. 
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Finding The Best Candidates with a Great Job Description

When you’re in the process of adding a new employee to your team, there are many steps you must take to ensure you’re hiring the best person for the job, from interviews to background checks. It can be a complex process, especially if you have many candidates or find yourself growing frustrated in your search for the ideal fit with your company. However, there is something that can make the entire process easier, more effective, and less time-consuming: a great job description. 
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Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in Your Workplace

When you have a great team of employees, they don’t just bring their unique skills or talents to the workplace. Each employee also brings their own special cultural background. To show your employees that you’re committed to celebrating diversity and inclusion in your workplace, here are four tips for making all your employees feel included, no matter where they’re from or what they celebrate. 
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Tips for Making a New Employee Feel Welcome

When a recently-hired employee shows up at your business for their first day of work, it’s not just a chance for them to show off the winning personality and great work ethic that got them hired—it’s also your chance to assure them that they made the right choice by accepting your offer. With these five tips for making a new employee feel welcome, get everything off to a successful start and show your new employee that you’re committed to their happiness and growth. 
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