Cross-Training: How It Can Benefit Your Business

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Your employees are great at doing the job you hired them for. However, that doesn’t mean your workforce is as successful as it could be. If you truly want to boost productivity and performance, you might want to consider cross-training your workers so they can handle multiple roles. At Accurate Personnel, we pride ourselves on… Read more »

How Accurate Personnel Can Keep Productivity High and Costs Low

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When it comes to running a successful business, the odds are your company has the same goals as many others — maintain high productivity and low costs. Unfortunately, achieving these aims is often easier said than done. At Accurate Personnel, we’re passionate about helping a wide array of businesses boost productivity without inflating their budgets…. Read more »

This Habit Can Easily Make You More Confident at Work

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It’s natural to feel nervous about your job. Whether you’ve been at the company for several years or just a few days, you want to make a good impression and do what it takes to achieve your goals. At Accurate Personnel, we’re passionate about helping a wide range of employees find great positions and keep… Read more »

6 Reasons You Should Be Utilizing Workplace Analytics to Drive Productivity

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Having the right data is crucial for succeeding in any industry, and modern workplace analytics are making it easier than ever to access the necessary information. In particular, analytics can help boost productivity in a warehouse setting. Whether you’re looking to avoid understocking or improve customer service and retention, here are six ways in which… Read more »

Are Those Job Requirements Really Required?

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We’ve all been there. Browsing the listings on Monster.com or Indeed, you find your dream job only to discover you don’t have the requisite experience. While seeing a laundry list of job requirements can be stressful and disheartening, it’s worth noting that companies can and often do hire people who don’t possess every single skill… Read more »

Inside the Manufacturing Skills Gap: Cultivate Better Talent

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From remote offices to artificial intelligence, the modern workplace is changing quickly due to emerging technologies. Unfortunately, this shift is resulting in a manufacturing skills gap that leaves companies in a vulnerable position. At Accurate Personnel, we want to make sure your business doesn’t get left behind. Keep reading for suggestions on how you can… Read more »

Avoid Hiring Bias Using These 4 Tips

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Just because your hiring managers don’t think they’re biased doesn’t mean they’re making objective choices. On the contrary, most people have unconscious beliefs that influence their feelings and choices. At Accurate Personnel, we know that diversity is one of the keys to successful staffing. With that in mind, here are some of our top tips… Read more »

Why Upskilling Your Employees is More Important Than Ever

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The pandemic is causing significant problems for individuals and businesses alike. While there’s a lot that feels out of our control right now, one of the things companies can do is focus on upskilling their employees. After all, many businesses are likely to experience significant changes in the wake of COVID-19. Keep reading to learn… Read more »

5 Must-Have Skills for Succeeding in Your Production Role

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Production employees have a key role to play in running a safe and effective warehouse. To that end, it’s only logical that production workers need to possess certain traits to succeed in this role. Keep reading to discover the five must-have skills for production job seekers and learn how you can better your odds of… Read more »

Is Hiring for Cultural Fit Holding Your Business Back?

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Companies naturally want to find the best people for all their open positions. To ensure workers meld well with their existing teams, businesses tend to seek new hires they believe will fit in well with the company culture. Unfortunately, hiring exclusively for cultural fit can hold your company back from achieving its goals. Keep reading… Read more »