Why it is critical for you to take a look at your tier-one staffing vendor to see if they still fit.
What will happen to consumer pricing at companies that are inevitably going to be forced to devote a larger slice to their healthcare costs?
Sometimes a shorter commute can be worth a pay cut. How are you hanging on to the employees with longer commutes?
A solution for keeping up with the competition in this demanding marketplace.
Things to consider for a happier workplace.
Uncomfortable with the idea of networking events? Read on to become a pro at the next networking event you attend!
Learn to recognize what people notice about you after just seven seconds.
How much do you want to invest in yourself?
How can you challenge the status quo?
What is your formula for success when expanding into new markets?
An interesting way to look at bringing your business to the next level.
Are your employees engaged? Having trouble finding the talent you are looking for? Read on for some tips to conquor this battle.
Learn how can you portect yourself when adding to your workforce.
Critical areas that you need to consider in order to protect your company.
Having well-written job descriptions can protect you as the employer.
Are you offering the most cost-effective insurance plans for your employees and your business? Read more for a different way to look at insurance coverage before you renew.
Employee management over that last few years has definitely taken a turn – not necessarily for the worse – just different. You’ve noticed a shift in the attitudes of new employees just entering the workplace; you’ve got employees who want more money, more flexibility, get bored more easily, and want more control over how and where they work.
Today, sophisticated business owners/buyers understand the true investment when outsourcing their staffing and human resource needs.
How will you manage unexpected orders or increased volume from your customers? Read on for ways to stay ahead of the game.
How confident are you that your I-9s are truly in order?
Is your Mod Factor calculated correctly?
The Work Connection staff in our Las Vegas office volunteers at SHRMs largest event of the year.
One in five currently employed Americans plan on leaving their jobs in 2011. What plan do you have in place?
A recent legislative update draws concerns.
Avoiding a lawsuit, and understanding the impact on your company.
For most companies using a staffing company can actually be a cost savings if they choose the right partner.
Looking for a job and want to make an excellent impression? Read these tips.
What pushes you to the next level?
Partnering with the right staffing company can reduce your costs in several ways.
How taking safety precautions in the workplace can save your company money.
Learn why communication and feedback are key.
Come to realize the true sense of building relationships and getting to know your customers.
How would your business be impacted if you were forced to terminate a substantial amount of your workforce?
Successful companies don’t just happen…it takes hard work and dedication. A constant improvement process is essential for growth and survival.
Building a profitable company is one thing. Building a team of people who are truly committed to your company is another. I'm proud to be part of both.
Tyler Wirth's article is published in the Fergus Falls Economic Improvement Commission Newsletter.
At year-end, TWC recognizes those employees who have done a superior job throughout the past year.
The Work Connection supports Spare Key during its holiday giving initiative.
Meet Business Consultant Naomi Brown.
Get to know our office and why we enjoy doing business in Lebanon and its surrounding areas.
The Work Connection's Director of Human Resources was appointed to the Legislative Committee of MNSRA.
Inasmuch as the current administration has strived to create jobs, it’s done a tremendous job of incenting people not to work.
In early 2009, Joe B. was laid off from his job. He’s collecting unemployment now, and bringing home far less than what he was making after 15 years with the same company
Joe -- not his real name -- is here early for his for 1:30
interview with The Work Connection. It's the beginning stage of the
process but Joe is already exhibiting behavior that is exciting for an
employer -- he's appropriately early
I had the privilege of working for The Work Connection for multiple
years as a Business Consultant. I found this position very challenging
and also very rewarding.
Many companies this year still have to make unfortunate decisions such
downsizing, layoffs, cutting various employee benefits and even taking
away such things as uniforms and once a month pizza days in order to
stay profitable in this “never-ending” recession we are all