Creating a Positive Work Environment

Creating a Positive Work Environment

By Team Hirschel In today’s competitive business landscape, the importance of fostering a positive work environment cannot be overstated. A positive workplace not only enhances employee satisfaction and productivity but also drives organizational success and sustainability. As business and corporate leaders, it is imperative to implement strategies that cultivate a supportive and motivating atmosphere. Here…

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Successfully Disagreeing at Work

A Guide for Business Professionals By Team Hirschel Disagreements in the workplace are inevitable but handling them effectively can be the difference between fostering a collaborative environment and creating a toxic one. Here are key strategies to ensure that disagreements at work are both productive and respectful. Prepare Your Argument Before entering a discussion where…

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Empowering College Graduates:

A Parent’s Guide to Assisting in the Job Hunt By Team Hirschel In the transition from academia to the professional world, new college graduates often face a plethora of challenges, not least of which is the daunting task of job searching. For parents, watching their child navigate this significant life change can stir a mix…

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Workplace Wellness: Strategies for Employee Engagement

Workplace Wellness: Strategies for Employee Engagement

By Team Hirschel Implementing Comprehensive Wellness Programs One key strategy for enhancing workplace wellness and promoting employee engagement is the implementation of comprehensive wellness programs. These programs can encompass a range of initiatives, including physical fitness challenges, mental health resources, nutritional counseling, and stress management workshops. By providing employees with access to these resources, companies…

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It’s Really Who You Know

It’s Really Who You Know My daughter, Randi, finished the spring semester of her junior year of college at home, just like so many other kids. Even before the semester ended it was time to look for a “summer job.” As you all know COVID 19 has made this summer anything but typical. She filled…

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Best Practices: Working From Home

PSC began in 1989 as a business based at home. After growing from one employee to twenty over a period of fifteen years, PSC was right sized and moved back to being home based in 2004.  We’ve worked at home for many years and it’s certainly not for everyone. As the coronavirus makes its way through…

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Lowering Turnover and Increasing Retention: Part 1

Hiring Smart – Hiring Right There is no better way to mitigate turnover than by hiring the right people. Make sure you’re hiring candidates who not only have the skills and experience you need but who also fit your company’s vision and culture. Yes, this is more easily said than done. While the internet is…

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Acing Your Phone Interview and Getting to the Next Level

It seems like most of our clients begin their process with a phone interview. Phone interviews can be used as an elimination tool by employers. Because of this, it is important to be properly prepared so you can wow them and be asked to the next level of interviewing. Do you have everything you need? Materials. Ensure…

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The Hidden Art of Becoming a Samurai Listener

We all know how to talk, but do we really understand the mechanics of being great listeners? Today we share Cash Nickerson’s perspective.  The Hidden Art of Becoming a Samurai Listener By Cash Nickerson This article can be found here.

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7 Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From Working Mothers

Today we share Moira Forbes’ article about leadership, and the lessons successful women have learned from being working moms. 7 Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From Working Mothers “The One Thing” is a series where I ask today’s successful leaders to identify the single most important lesson they’ve learned on a topic. By Moira Forbes This…

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