Author: Kristen Wakulchuk

4 Steps to Have an Interview that Will Get You the Job

How do you land a job? It may start with a strong resume and cover letter, but the next step to nail is the interview. Interviews can feel intimidating, but they don’t have to be that way. Planning will give you a chance to determine what works and what doesn’t and put your best foot […]

The Value of Upholding a Safe Workplace

Your employees, whether in an industrial or office environment, deserve a safe workplace. But it’s more than just that. The value of a safe workplace benefits you as an employer just as much as it impacts your employees’ wellbeing and productivity. Let’s take a look at the accidents that happen each year due to inadequate safety and […]

Don’t Match the Job Requirements Perfectly? Apply Anyway!

Have you ever read a job description and thought you would love the job, but you don’t match all the requirements perfectly? What should you do? Some people might scroll past and keep looking, but that isn’t always the best option. Even if your resume doesn’t match exactly, there are plenty of reasons to apply […]

How to Be a Transparent Manager Without Being Unprofessional

Something we hear a lot in the workplace is transparency. What does that mean in terms of your business and your employees? Being transparent with your internal team suggests that you’re letting everyone know about important financial and business decisions, but there’s more. It’s also about being open and honest with all aspects of your professional relationship. […]

Safety First: Avoid a Complacent Attitude

Safety first, right? It’s essential working in any environment, but especially industrial or warehouse jobs, that safety is always a top consideration. But what happens when you (an experienced employee) begin to become complacent and cut corners on safety? Taking shortcuts and not following safety procedures can be risky, so you need to demonstrate how you […]

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