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    End the Stigma: Suicide in Construction

    The construction and extraction industries have the second-highest rate of suicide - 53.3 per 100,000 workers, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Unfortunately, the harsh reality is that suicide is a silent killer in the construction industry. Mental health issues often don't strike us as something inherently ...
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    How to Create the Best Candidate Hiring Experience

    It can be easy for hiring managers to think that the candidates are looking for them when, in fact, they're the ones looking for candidates. The job search goes both ways, but at the end of the day, the hits on your job application are only worth anything if you're investing time and money on the candidate experience. Applicants with a negative ...
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    How to Build a Strong Company Culture

    Building a company culture is no easy task. Building a company culture so strong that it encourages employees to refer their friends is even more challenging. With consistent action on employee feedback, continuous training and referral incentives, this goal can be accomplished.
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    3 Ways HR Can Support Union Employees

    While unions are generally created to protect employees, employers can experience challenges if they don't have the proper tools or knowledge in supporting them. Not everybody is in favor of a unionized workforce, but by supporting unions, HR can maintain a pulse on employee engagement and workplace satisfaction, which can guide future strategic ...
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    How Much Your Bad Hires Cost You and How to Fix It

    It happens all the time. A HR manager goes through the lengthy hiring process to find the perfect applicant for their open position. They find their ideal hire and process all the paperwork. Two weeks later, the new employee shows up for their first day. It's all going swimmingly. Then reality hits hard. The new hire is not up to snuff on what ...
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    Why You Should Invest in Employee Development

    A learning and development software provides many benefits, and can help boost employee productivity and satisfaction, making it easier for companies to thrive all while saving your company money and valuable time. By providing employees with resources to further their skills, you won't only continue to assist in their development, but will begin ...
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    5 Tips to Improve Your Employee Performance Management

    Only 2 in 10 employees strongly agree that their performance is managed in a way that supports them to do outstanding work. By taking the individual needs of your employees into account and by implementing new strategies, you can change that in your workplace. 
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