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Every action your employees take directly reflects on your company. It only takes one bad apple to sully your brand, so the importance of hiring people with a strong moral compass cannot be emphasized enough. Of course, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a candidate who outright admits to unethical behavior during a job interview, so […]

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You’re ready to take next step in your behavioral health career, but you don’t have any job leads just yet. As a savvy professional, you’re not willing to settle for anything less than a position that checks all your boxes. However, finding your dream job isn’t as easy as it sounds. Many candidates limit their […]

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Finding the right person for the job is hard work, but sometimes it feels downright impossible. If you’ve been searching for someone to fill an open position on your team for a while now, you might be starting to think your criteria is a bit too stringent. This could be the case, but hiring decisions […]

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You’ve been out of the workforce for a bit — or maybe quite some time — but now you’re ready to return. Whether you took some time away to care for a family member, travel the world or go back to school, jumping back in can feel simultaneously exciting and terrifying. When handled correctly, having […]

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Is Your Onboarding Process Effective?

Hiring new employees is a very expensive, time-consuming process. To be specific, it takes an average of 42 days to fill a position, at an average cost-per-hire of $4,129, according to data from the Society for Human Resource Management. Considering the amount of resources companies devoted to hiring, the new employee success rate isn’t amazing. […]

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Employers often receive hundreds of resumes for each open position, so yours needs to shine. This is the first impression you’ll make on them, and if it doesn’t go well, your application will be immediately tossed to the reject pile. Anything but a formality, your resume should clearly explain who you are and what you […]

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How to Show You’re Ready for a Raise

It’s been quite a while since you got a raise. In fact, it’s possible you’ve never received one at your current job. You’ve been waiting for your boss to surprise you with one, but you’ve finally realized you might be stuck with the same salary forever unless you finally speak up. Asking your boss for […]

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It’s always exciting to interview a candidate who seems flawless. As a savvy manager, you know you still have to check their references, but you can’t imagine you’ll receive any negative feedback on the person. Therefore, you’re shocked if the process doesn’t go as planned. When a former boss, colleague or other associate speaks poorly […]

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Dealing With a Difficult Boss

A bad boss can quickly turn a great job into a nightmare. If you’re dealing with a less-than-pleasant manager, you probably live your work life on the edge. Not everyone is management material, and, unfortunately, people who don’t have what it takes are often promoted to this line of work. Use these tips to get […]

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Building Your Employees’ Loyalty

You can’t put a price tag on loyal employees. Behind every long-successful company is a team of long-term workers who truly enjoy their jobs. These people trust their employer and feel fortunate to work for an organization where they feel valued. If turnover levels at your company are high and productivity is low, it’s time […]

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