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March 19, 2012
Posted by Link Staffing Services
Everyone is looking for silver linings these days, as the jobs slump continues its slow—some might say “glacial”—recovery. So here’s what we think is a good one: The travel industry is making a strong comeback. read more
March 16, 2012
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When all you read about is a slow economy and persistently high unemployment figures, it’s easy not to notice that there are actually personnel shortages in some fields. While college attendance has been on the rise, the supply of welders, pipe fitters an read more
March 14, 2012
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Every good manager knows ideas are like gold. And—like gold—they can be hard to find. Could it be your employees are reticent about sharing? Here are five things you can do to mine for those golden nuggets in your own company read more
March 8, 2012
Posted by Link Staffing Services
Good people can be difficult to keep, because they are the ones who expect the most from their jobs—more compensation, yes, but also more satisfaction, control and opportunity, too. Here are a few tips to help keep them in the fold... read more
March 5, 2012
Posted by Link Staffing Services
When the economy goes south and your business begins to totter, the instinctive response is to cut back, with employees being among the first assets to go. Certainly you may need to cut some staff strategically from time to time, but no one ever cut their read more
February 27, 2012
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Everyone knows communication is a key to success—in relationships and business. But many of us—people and businesses—don’t do it so well, or at least not frequently enough. The result? Discord between people and chaos in business. read more
February 22, 2012
Posted by Link Staffing Services
We read an interesting article recently about How To Build A Great Team. What we liked about the piece was its focus on hiring people, not just skills. Because in the end, it’s people who do the job, not skill sets. And people are, well, complicated. read more
February 15, 2012
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Most of us tend to learn a skill early in our careers—accounting, or marketing, for example. Then, when we find ourselves managing people, we discover we know more about accounting or marketing then we do about how to be a boss. read more
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