How Leaders Can Inspire Loyalty in Employees & Customers

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– by Ainsley Lawrence Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     Loyalty is essential to the success of any business. If you only focused on bringing… read more

Raising Your Employer Score on Sites Like Glassdoor

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— by Sandy Poston With over two decades of Manufacturing experience, Sandy Poston joined American Recruiters as Independent Franchisee and opened the Johnsonville, South Carolina office in 2022.Sandy has a stellar track record in the world of Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management and has put together an impressive list of achievements that consistently propelled her… read more

Navigating the Restaurant Labor Shortage Requires a NextGen Approach

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According to Bureau Labor of Statistics numbers released in early October, food services and drinking establishments added 60,000 jobs in September. The hospitality sector now employs 11.8 million people, or about 500,000 jobs shy of pre-COVID levels. Anita Adams, the CEO of Black Bear Diner, echoes a lot of what’s been shared from the front… read more

With 5 Words, Ray Dalio Explains the Most Important Trait of Successful Leaders. It’s Something Everyone Can Learn

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BY NICHOLAS SONNENBERG, FOUNDER, LEVERAGE – INC.   When successful people are asked to give advice to young people, their responses tend to be similar–work hard, trust your instincts, wake up early, etc. We’ve all seen it. But when I came across Ray Dalio’s best advice for young people (taken from his interview on Lex Fridman’s podcast last December),… read more

3 Ways Vulnerability Shapes Better Leaders

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By Anastasia Chernikova  – Entrepreneur   In many circles, admitting vulnerability is like confessing a major character flaw. For decades, we’ve been taught that leaders should be calm, decisive, and unflappable pillars of strength. While conventional wisdom says that being vulnerable is a weakness, the counterintuitive truth is that it can be a leader’s greatest strength. Rather than thinking of… read more

5 Things Great Leaders Always Do That Mere Managers Often Won’t

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BY MARCEL SCHWANTES, INC. CONTRIBUTING EDITOR AND FOUNDER, LEADERSHIP FROM THE CORE More CEOs and heads of HR are coming to the full realization that a thriving work culture drives engagement, innovation, and high performance. Yet culture doesn’t just happen. It takes strong, visionary leaders to create an environment to empower teams to reach their potential.  Here’s what they frequently give to… read more

Why Companies Benefit From Using Recruiting Firms

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– by Ainsley Lawrence Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     One of the key challenges for any company is staffing. The people you choose to… read more

The Benefits of Contract Staffing

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  In the post-COVID era, it has become increasingly hard to fill staff vacancies. Some workers have retired early, some have left the workforce, some have taken the opportunity to change career paths, and others have spread across the  globe. This has left owners and managers scrambling to fill empty job slots while also trying… read more

Benefits of Retained Search Recruiting

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  Retained search recruiting is one method of recruiting that many companies choose to adopt. When compared to other methods such as contingent recruitment, it tends to take more time but produces more suitable candidates for businesses to consider. Retained search recruiting vs. contingent recruiting Essentially, retained search recruiting involves a business paying a retainer… read more

Restaurant Recruitment Tips from McDonald’s Hiring Partner. A key component that hourly employees value is flexibility

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One of the most time-worn concepts in restaurants is the notion you hire for skill rather than experience. After all, the industry’s classic position as an entry-to-the-workforce employer lends itself to blank resumes. Wesley Suitt, head of client success—Americas at Harver, a volume hiring solution for hourly roles that work with McDonald’s and Chili’s, believes… read more