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How to work with upper-management to create leaders on your team

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As 2017 is now well underway, it’s best to evaluate the quality of leadership exhibited by your team and find ways to help your employees improve their leadership skills. Cultivating leadership among your team takes time, but has enormous payoffs for your organization’s bottom line and culture. Here are some of the many ways to… Read more »

Seeking A Warehouse Job? Learn How To Make Your Resume Stand Out!

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If you’ve been applying to warehouse jobs but haven’t had any luck, you may want to revisit your resume. When it comes to blue-collar work, employers tend to view resumes with very specific things in mind. Employers are increasingly seeking warehouse candidates who possess a range of hard skills, in addition to strong soft skills… Read more »

How can you effectively make sure your employees get to work on time?

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Do you have employees at your organization who are never at work on time? It’s no surprise that most successful organizations rely on their employees to arrive on time in order to maintain high levels of productivity and positive employee morale. While sometimes being late is unavoidable, chronic tardiness is an issue you must address… Read more »

Understanding the Common Risks of Wearing Headphones In A Warehouse Work Environment

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Most of us are familiar with the dangers of cell phone usage while operating vehicles and machinery, but the dangers of other common distractions are often forgotten. All warehouse workers in Dover should be educated about the risks of using headphones while operating machinery or vehicles in their work environments. Headphones, commonly referred to as… Read more »

How To Conduct Quarterly Performance Reviews Effectively

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As a manager, conducting quarterly performance reviews for employees on your team may be one of your least favorite tasks. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to become better at this process rather than dread delivering feedback to your staff that may not always be positive. The most important part of the performance review… Read more »

Do You Work In A Warehouse? Know The Risks of Cell Phone Usage!

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If you work in a warehouse, there’s a good chance you’ve been instructed about the importance of on-site safety. And, if you haven’t, it’s in your best interest to establish your own personal standards for usage of personal communication devices that can easily cause harm to yourself and others on the job. Though cell phone… Read more »

Helping To Onboard New Employees? Remember These Tips!

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If you’re asked to assist with the onboarding process at your organization, it can sometimes be a challenge to establish a friendly relationship with new employees while still making sure they’re receiving proper training. Adhering to training procedures that allow new employees to feel comfortable asking questions and learn about your organization will help to… Read more »

Three Things to Consider to Avoid the Hiring of Average Employees

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Are you tasked with filling vacant positions quickly at your organization? While it may be tempting to hire average candidates in order to fill urgent hiring needs, the risks of hiring the wrong employees can have many detrimental effects on your organization. As you facilitate the hiring process, it’s important to be fully mindful of… Read more »

Reducing Gender Bias In The Hiring Process

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Are you responsible for hiring warehouse employees for your organization? It’s important that you are conscious of gender bias that may affect your hiring decisions and potentially having a negative impact on your organization’s workforce. Though gender bias may not seem prevalent, a recent study by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found… Read more »

Reducing Workplace Stress and Anxiety: Practices To Start Today

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There’s no doubt that the workplace can create a certain degree of stress or anxiety for anyone, regardless of position or experience level. In order to be successful, it’s important that you learn early on how to manage your emotions so that they do not interfere with your performance or relationships with others at work…. Read more »