Attract Top Candidates With a Strong Online Presence

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  Just as it’s important for candidates to have a strong online presence, employers too must pay attention to their digital brand to make sure they are bringing the best of the best. To help attract top talent, it’s important to build an online presence across all social media platforms to appeal to your target… Read more »

Employee Recognition Matters!

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  The culture of the modern workforce is changing. Effective leadership is changing too. In order to make sure you are getting the most out of your employees, you need to make sure they are motivated, feel valued and have the resources they need to be at their very best. Employee recognition is a great… Read more »

Four Reasons Why You Should Meet With Your Staff Regularly

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  Regular staff meetings are important for many reasons. They help keep everyone informed, are important for problem solving, and are a great opportunity to innovate as a team. But as schedules get busier and more employees start working remotely or on differing schedules, it can seem like those regular meetings should take a back… Read more »

The Importance of Team Building Exercises

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  The thought of team building exercises might bring to mind images of trust falls and awkward ice breaker-based conversations, but real team building is a critical element to the success of many companies. The benefits of team building exercises include the development of group skills, communication, and bonding. These sorts of connections are long… Read more »

Dos and Don’ts for Constructing a Chemist Resume

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  Are you putting together your resume for a chemist position? Here are some common dos and don’ts for the industry to give yourself a better chance at landing an interview. Don’t Let Your Key Skills Get Buried If you’ve worked several jobs over the past few years, chances are your chronologically formatted resume might… Read more »

Nontraditional Interview Questions You Should Be Asking

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  Hiring the best candidate for the job has never been more important than it is today. As an interviewer, you are a key gatekeeper in discovering who is and who isn’t a good fit for your company. While the technical questions are important, they often don’t provide enough information about the new candidate to… Read more »

4 Signs Your Employees Are on the Verge of Burnout

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  In times of high stress and increased workload, burnout is a very real risk for employees. As a manager, you need to be on top of staff morale and know when to scale back to retain your best workers and ensure they are producing their best effort on the job. There are several signs… Read more »

4 Ways to Successfully Implement a Company Wellness Program

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  Everyone knows that healthier employees are happier and more productive. But bringing wellness into your corporate culture can be easier said than done. If you’re wondering how you can successfully implement a company wellness program for your employees, read on for our best tips.   Get Clarity The first step toward wellness for your… Read more »

Are Skills Gaps in the Workplace Hurting Your Productivity?

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  One of the largest issues facing employers today are skills gaps in the workplace. Finding the right people for the job is becoming an increasingly difficult barrier to business success. But while there seems to be an endless supply of candidates who are not quite the right fit, there are ways to get the… Read more »

3 Ways to Land an Entry-Level Chemist Position

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    Are you graduating and looking for an entry-level chemist position? Here are some tips for hitting the ground running, and landing an entry-level position. Position Your Resume As a recent graduate; your resume might lack some of the experience and projects that employers take note of. But for entry-level positions, the trick to… Read more »