High Performance Workplaces

Diary of a Mad Sales Recruiter

There seems to be some mystery about the average day of a professional sales recruiter. You know, the person dressed in business attire, sitting on the other side of the desk, looking down a pair of reading glasses while sifting through piles of resumes. Just how do they choose certain people to interview – is […]

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How to Create a Positive Company Culture – One Employee at a Time

Believe it or not, one of the most important things on the minds of job applicants today is finding opportunities to work with companies that have an attractive and positive company culture. The culture of a company can make a world of difference to the overall job satisfaction that most candidates feel upon employment. Whether […]

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Organization Ideas for Human Resources Professionals

Being an HR professional means juggling multiple people, places, and things all at once. This can oftentimes equate to a sense of being overwhelmed and pulled in too many different directions. It’s not surprising then that many human resource representatives find it difficult, if not impossible to stay organized. Yet, this is the key to […]

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What Does Workplace Productivity Look Like?

As part of my duties as a Human Resources content writer for a software company, I have been developing a well-rounded HR content library. This massive library of information helps to educate thousands of employees around the nation on important topics. This week, I have been writing about “workplace productivity” topics, which are near and […]

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GuestPost-Three Retention Secrets for a High Performance Environment

High performance environments are stressful workplaces, to say the least. When results are king, mediocrity is disdained and failure intolerable. Some employees burn out in the struggle to consistently meet the high expectations typical of these environments. Meanwhile, the individuals who thrive in these environments have intense ambition–and are always on the lookout for greener […]

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