Overcoming the “Great Resignation”

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Nearly 40 million people left their jobs in 2021, and according to the U.S.  Bureau of Labor, that statistic remains on trend in 2022. In February alone, 4.4 million workers, a whole 2.9% of the workforce, voluntarily quit their jobs. More than 22,000 of those workers were in durable goods manufacturing. Why Are They Leaving?… Read more »

The Soft Skills Side of Clerical Success— the I’s Have It

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Success in the clerical field requires both hard and soft skills. Hard skills refer to abilities such as keyboard speed, succinct writing, filing, graphic design, and much more. According to Will Kenton (Investopedia), “Hard skills are measurable and usually obtained through formal education and training programs.”   Soft skills have more to do with character traits,… Read more »

5 Reasons Why Communication Matters to Your Workforce’s Safety

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The best-laid plans are more likely to go astray because of poor communication, and workforce safety is no exception. Insufficient communication may also wind up causing a dangerous workplace environment, marked by a higher rate of accidents and illnesses. Poor communication can also impede the development of a strong culture around safety and health. Safety… Read more »