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How to Successfully Lead Change In an Organization

This podcast article is actually the second part of a two-part series that talks about strategies for dealing with change in the workforce, something we all have to deal with. The first article in this series encourages you to take a look at the factors driving change. We established in that episode that the pace of change is exponentially increasing; people are changing faster, and they're changing more often, which significantly affects your employees and workforce. 

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What Is the Cost to Hire a New Employee?

Whether you’re starting a new company or looking to add new employees to your team, you need to know how much the hiring process will cost. There are many factors to consider, from the costs associated with marketing the position to onboarding and training.

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6 Lucrative Trade Jobs That Don’t Require a College Degree

The mentality that you need to get a college degree if you want to be successful has been ingrained in the minds of young people for years. “Work smarter, not harder” is the mantra of high school advisors and other adults guiding the decisions of young people. Students are hearing the message that attending a vocational school or becoming an apprentice is a bad idea, so the trades are hardly a consideration these days.

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Why Is the Labor Market So Tight?

The labor market tightness has been felt across the United States. But what does it mean when the labor market is “tight”? In this blog, we discuss the tight job market, factors that affect the job market, and how to find workers (and work) when the job market is tight.

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