3 Important Qualities to Look for in Warehouse Workers

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  Efficient and hardworking employees are essential in the busy warehouse. Good warehouse employees help ensure productivity and can increase customer satisfaction. It’s essential to find a warehouse worker who has these three qualities so they can contribute successfully to your team. Punctuality For an employee to contribute to the productivity of your warehouse, they… Read more »

3 Safety Tips for Nighttime Construction Workers

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  Nighttime construction poses many benefits for both the crew and the public. There are less risks for workers or travelers to be injured, it reduces interruptions to commercial businesses, maintains traffic flow, and can potentially make the entire job run smoother and faster. With all of these benefits, it can be a wonder why… Read more »

Learn About Workers’ Compensation in Louisiana

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  If you have employees to manage it’s crucial to understand all you can about workers’ compensation – not only to protect your employees, but also keep your numbers healthy. Here are the three key points you must understand about workers’ compensation to run your office smoothly and effectively. What Exactly is Workers’ Compensation? Workers’… Read more »

Four Tips for Overcoming Your Fear of Job Interviews

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  If you have a job interview on the horizon, you’ve probably been experiencing some level of anxiety as you look forward to this important day. Interviews are a big deal and a major factor in getting a job offer, so it’s natural to feel some amount of stress. In fact, it’s healthy to have… Read more »

4 Important Residential Waste Removal Safety Tips

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  Keeping residential areas clean is one of the best ways to control pests and stay healthy. Plus, the entire quality of life improves. However, without proper cooperation of residents and the attentiveness of workers, waste removal can be a hazardous job for both parties. Make Sure Lid Fully Closes While it can be tempting… Read more »

Construction Site Safety Tips You Need to Know

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  Workplace safety, especially on a construction site, is extremely important. Small mishaps or inattentiveness can lead to accidents that can cause serious injury or even death. In order to avoid top safety concerns on a construction site, it’s important to understand OSHA standards and preventative measures. This article will cover some of OSHA’s most… Read more »

Are You Familiar with the Three “R’s” of Resume Writing?

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  Your resume is one of the most important documents in your job-search process. Recruiters spend only a short amount of time reviewing your resume before making a decision whether to interview you or move on to another candidate. This means you have to showcase your skills, your experience and potential clearly and concisely. To… Read more »

4 Benefits to Working With a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

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  A disadvantaged business enterprise, or DBE, is a for-profit small business when a socially or economically disadvantaged person owns at least 51% interest and controls management of the company. These small business owners create opportunities for themselves in addition to their employees and communities. In addition to helping to create economic opportunity within your… Read more »

4 Ways to Improve Employee Efficiency

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  Interestingly enough, even though workers spend more time at the workplace, it doesn’t always translate to an increase in efficiency or productivity. However, a good leader will help their employees make the most of their time at the workplace to keep performance levels high and stay successful. Match Tasks to Skill Level To maximize… Read more »