Does the Job Description Tell the Candidate Why They Should Work for You?

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If you’re a hiring manager or other employee in charge of recruitment, you know we’re living in a candidate’s market. In other words, employees have the advantage over companies when it comes to deciding where they want to work. With that in mind, businesses need to take care when crafting job descriptions. Here are some… Read more »

Find More Talent in 2019: Referrals

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Do you know where employers source their best workers? According to studies, referrals from current staff lead to some of the most successful hires over the long term. Still, companies don’t always know the best way to create an employee referral program that functions efficiently. Here are some tips for finding more talent in 2019… Read more »

Our 5 Tips for Employers From 2018

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The end of the year is a perfect time to reflect on both our successes and failures over the last 12 months. Most likely, some of our workplace endeavors went as planned while others were less effective or even disastrous. Read on to discover Accurate Personnel’s top five tips for employers from 2018: Finding Candidates… Read more »

4 Tips to Limit Germ Spreading This Winter

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We’ve all experienced it: One worker comes into the office sick, and a week later half the team is down with a cold. While you probably can’t prevent every sore throat or case of the sniffles, there are steps businesses can take to reduce the number of germs spreading throughout the office. Read on for… Read more »

The Traffic-Light Rule: How 40 Seconds Can Improve Meeting Productivity

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Meetings are the bane of many an office worker’s existence, and with good reason. When you’re trying to complete a project, nothing takes the wind out of your sails quite like an hour-long meeting in which everyone talks at the same time and little is accomplished. Read on for Accurate Personnel’s top tips for maximizing… Read more »

Become a Better Manager in 2019: Show Thanks All Year Round

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Research shows managers who regularly recognize their teams enjoy better performance and productivity on parts of staff. With that data in mind, it pays to find ways of appreciating your employees year round. Use these tips for being the best manager you can be in the coming year. Don’t just show thanks at Thanksgiving or… Read more »

Become a Better Manager in 2019: Must-Have Skills for Today’s Workforce

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Once upon a time, distant and dictatorial managers may have been the norm in the business world. However, those days are past, and today’s employees expect something subtler from their supervisors. By mastering the skills needed to manage, you can boost your workers’ job satisfaction and, by extension, their productivity. Receive Feedback Without Feeling Threatened… Read more »

Become a Better Manager in 2019: 5 Podcasts to Help

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These days, it seems like there’s a podcast for everything. True crime buffs have Serial and Dear John, fantasy fanatics have Lore and Welcome to Night Vale, politicos have Pod Save America, and business leaders have a virtually endless array of podcasts designed to help them become better managers. If you need a new favorite… Read more »

Struggling to Find Candidates? Why Going Outside the Industry Is the Answer

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Desperate to find your next great employee? Frustrated with a lack of options in your field? Instead of panicking or resorting to hiring someone who has industry experience but doesn’t excite you, consider searching outside your industry for a superstar. The truth is, people who are skilled at something in one industry may well be… Read more »

These Employees Ruin a Meeting Before It Starts

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Meetings are a necessary evil in the business world. While sitting in freezing rooms debating sales strategies is hardly anyone’s idea of a good time, these conversations are necessary to keep a company functioning at optimal levels. Unfortunately, there are certain employees who can ruin a meeting before it starts. Here are four types of… Read more »