6 Ways Employers Can Promote Wellness in the Workplace

Happy employees who enjoy coming to work and the office life that awaits them each morning are generally apart of a team that is flourishing. A positive work environment plays a big role in what can increase productivity and, in time, revenue. This kind of office setting can be created in a multitude of ways. But, at the end of the day, if your employees struggle with an unhealthy lifestyle, it can negatively impact them both in and out of the workplace.

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Signs You Should Partner With A Recruitment Agency

Benefits of Working with G.1440 Staffing Agency

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How an Information Technology Recruitment Firm Can Help Your Business

G.1440 is a staffing agency focused on meeting the business needs of our clients.  The recruiters at G.1440 have a niche focus, IT staffing. Our partnership offers a level of IT expertise that we use to find the staffing solution needed to strengthen your team’s technical shortcomings. Over the years, our company has built a vast network of qualified technology professionals enabling us to tackle IT hiring and staffing challenges. G.1440’s experienced Business Development Managers and Technical Recruiters strive to meet your needs in a timely manner. 

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Bad Managers Make Good People Quit

Company leaders must take a hard look at their company’s culture, and the environment and leadership they provide to their employees. Why? Partnering employees with managers who treat them with dignity and respect will benefit the entire organization. How?

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6 Ways Motivate and Inspire Your Team

Creating an atmosphere where your employees are self-motivated to continue the growth of your organization is ideally the goal. A manager has the power to instill a strong sense of motivation into each employee. Your motivational tactics must be openly communicated and continually monitored to ensure all are on the same page.

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Contract to Hire Tips for IT Hiring Managers

Calling all hiring managers, calling all hiring managers!  This one is for you…

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7 Tips for Hiring the Right Employee

Qualified candidates are a dime a dozen, so when the right candidate comes through the door you must know how to sell the opportunity in hopes that they stay. After all, top candidates usually have multiple options, so they can afford to be selective. In order to tap into the buyer’s market, you must understand how to screen and recruit your candidates.

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Creating a Healthy Company Environment

A positive workplace environment is arguably the number one way to motivate, increase productivity and achieve job satisfaction for your employees. Companies will benefit from this type of environment because happy employees typically have longer tenures, and motivated and productive employees will generate quality output. A healthy company environment isn’t just to benefit employees, CEO’s and managers will also be energized and motivated. When management and employees are producing quality workflow the company will likely experience growth, which will increase its revenue overtime. Use these tips to create your company’s healthy environment:

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7 Tips for Conducting an Employee Review

Managers and employees don’t usually enjoy the process of an employee review. Typically, these meetings involve forms to be completed, a conversation regarding a salary increase, some messages that are not enjoyable, and all of it simply takes time. If they are such a headache, then why do companies provide them? One valuable part of a review? It is an opportunity to listen to your employee’s goals and plans for their future, and be sure they match the company’s growth. An employee and manager must both be clear on the other’s expectations and direction.

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4 Tell-Tale Signs You’re Ready to Partner with an IT Staffing Firm

Finding top technical talent to fit your company’s specific needs can be challenging for any HR staff. The demand for quality tech professionals is high. Not to mention, the most qualified are likely to be offered a new opportunity without ever officially putting themselves on the market. Other candidates can be on and off the market so quickly they never even hit your radar. The task remains, HR must know how to find skilled professionals and make them an offer before another company snags them up. The problem? Many HR employees are not savvy in the technical world. It is difficult for them to know exactly what they are looking for in a candidate, and then where to find them.

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