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Hiring hundreds doesn’t have to be exhausting

It stands to reason: the bigger your business, the more employees you will need to hire to meet customer demand and keep your business profitable (and growing). Some may think that the bigger you are and the more recognizable (and safe) your brand, the easier it is for you to hire. Yes, brand recognition is…

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Retailers shouldn’t discount people (their importance, that is)

Retailers discount the importance of having only nice and helpful people working for them about as often as they discount prices on their products. Most of the time, and especially during the busy season, retailers are so strapped for help that most anyone with the right availability will do. According to studies, employees determine 90…

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How to please the crowd with your facilities management services

The companies that keep things hopping and the conditions pleasant for stadiums, office buildings, healthcare institutions, school cafeterias, and the wide variety of other places where large groups of people gather have one thing in common: a huge need for an effective hourly hiring process. About half (and in some cases more) of the total…

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End “Groundhog Day” hiring

In the movie “Groundhog Day”, Bill Murray’s character is stuck living Groundhog Day over and over again in Punxsutawney, Pa. Living the same events multiple times drives him batty and he ends up doing crazy things like robbing an armored car and kidnapping Punxsutawney Phil. In the end, he learns that he just needs to…

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Hotel managers will love you for this

We all have our stories about hotel stays gone wrong. Broken TVs, stuck thermostats, painfully slow room service, some stranger’s balled up sock under the bed, militaristic lifeguards (my latest story), etc. And what do we do? We complain to the manager on duty. Hotel guests never meet or even see most of the people…

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