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Factors That Build Good Teams In The Office

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Many businesses see the importance of team building and as such make an extra attempt to foster the foundation for strategies which will contribute to these efforts.  Why do businesses go this extra mile?  The answer is simple:  they know that both productivity and motivation improve exponentially with good teams and good workplace culture.  In… Read more »

Keeping Employees Engaged and Committed

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Engaging your workforce may not always be easy, but it is most definitely possible. Keeping employees engaged is essential to being productive, but before companies are able to do so, they need to understand what employee engagement is. Employee engagement is how an employee feels towards the company he works for. Depending on the feelings,… Read more »

Evaluating Nonverbal Communication During an Interview

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Interviewees tend to be more nervous than usual during an interview, so it’s important to evaluate some nonverbal communication during the interview. Nonverbal communication is your tone of voice, facial expression, or body movements; basically things you are showing but not saying. Body language isn’t something we tend to think about, rather it just happens naturally…. Read more »

Six Strategies to Improve Time Management at Work

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Do you find that when deadlines are approaching you are worried about not getting your work completed on time? Are you always scrambling until the last minute to submit your work? If either of these statements applies to you, maybe it’s time to improve your time management skills. Our expert recruiters at Atlas Consulting have… Read more »

Five Strategies to Help Your Employees Avoid Burnout

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Do you notice an employee taking longer lunch breaks than usual? Or calling in sick when that’s completely out of character? You may be thinking this person is searching for a new job, but in reality these may be signs of employee burnout. It’s important to understand employee burnout; it’s the attitudinal and emotional response… Read more »

Cloud Computing: Gain the Competitive Edge for Your Company

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Maximizing cloud computing should be an essential strategy for your organization. It seems as though companies are finding new ways to take advantage of cloud computing and are flying ahead of their competitors. According to a study of 800 cloud decision makers and users from IBM titled, “Under cloud cover: How leaders are accelerating competitive… Read more »

Made a Mistake? Six Tips for Handling the Blunder

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Uh-oh. You sent an email to the wrong person. You missed the deadline on an important contract. You sent a worksheet to corporate with the wrong year-end numbers. If you have ever made a mistake as big as this, you know exactly what happens the minute you clicked send: complete panic. The first instinct for… Read more »

How Telecommuting Increases Employee Engagement

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Have you ever considered allowing your employees to telecommute in order to increase employee engagement? If not, maybe it’s time you should. According to a recent survey by Gallup, a research firm with a business focus, employees who are most engaged are those who telecommute about 20-percent of the time. We aren’t saying that your… Read more »

Baby Boomer Retirement – Is Your Company Ready?

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From now until 2030, about 10,000 baby boomers in the United States are turning 65 every day. This means that a lot of people are preparing for retirement. As a company, it’s important to know how your workforce will be impacted when these baby boomers actually do retire. Here at Atlas Consulting, our recruiters have… Read more »

Engage Your Workers to Increase Profit

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Employee engagement plays an important role within organizations, and engaging employees is not always an easy task. But engaged employees means increased profitability for companies. If a company is going to successfully engage its workforce, it needs to understand what exactly employee engagement is. The definition of employee engagement: the emotional connection an employee feels… Read more »