With the fourth quarter just around the corner, companies are beginning to anticipate the holiday rush. From higher production demands to seasonal upswings to managing employee holiday schedules, it can be difficult during the final months of the year to keep up with your organizational goals. So we want to know how your company plans […]
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Question of the Month: Does Your Company Have an Emergency Preparedness Plan?
During the current global pandemic, companies are working to help alleviate the internal effects caused by “stay-at-home” ordinances and state regulations. While no one could predict this crisis, there are those who create plans for when emergencies like this arise. So, we want to know if your company has an Emergency Preparedness Plan in place. […]
Question of the Month: How Does the Current Employment Landscape Compare to When You Entered the Workforce?
The employment landscape is constantly evolving, and with unemployment at a 50-year low and near historic lows in Canada, it can be drastically different for 2020 college graduates than it was for other generations. So we want to know how this year’s job market compares with when you first entered the workforce. Let us know […]
The Results Are In: How Often You Change Workplace Passwords
In a recent Refresh Leadership poll, we asked our readers how often they change the passwords on work devices, including computer, mobile phone, apps, etc. And with 49% of the votes, the top response wasn’t all that surprising. Most individuals only change their passwords when they’re told to. The second highest response was “Quarterly” with […]
Question of the Month: What Are Your Business Performance Predictions for 2019?
We’re in the final stretch of 2018, and for many businesses, it has been a record-breaking year. A strengthening economy and low unemployment means many companies and job seekers alike have a lot to be thankful for this year. In December 2017, we asked readers about their business predictions for 2018. The vast majority (59%) […]
Poll: How Much Influence Did Your Parent(s)/Guardian(s) Have on Your Career Path?
For most people, family is one of the most powerful influences over a wide variety of life decisions. From where you live to which college you attend to even where you work, there’s a good chance you considered how it impacts your family. So for our August question of the month, we want to know […]
Question of the Month: What Does “Flexible Work” Mean for You?
With advancements in technology and new research on what impacts employee engagement and productivity, the definition of “flexible work” has evolved and can be interpreted many different ways for today’s workforce. For our June question of the month, we want to know what flexible work means for you. Let us know by voting our poll.
Question of the Month: How Does Your Company Help Employees Give Back?
Most companies today understand corporate citizenship not only makes a difference in their bottom lines and their communities, but it also helps build a more engaged workforce. Employees want to know the work they’re doing makes an impact on the greater good and companies that make giving back a key focus of their business strategy […]
What’s the Key to a Successful Job Interview?
Express Experts Emphasize Non-Verbal Communication, Personality; Survey Finds 21% of Employers Look for Candidates who “Actively Listen and Ask Questions” The job interview begins the moment a candidate walks in the door, long before the first question is asked-according to David Robb, marketing director in the Grand Rapids, Michigan, Express Employment Professionals office. “One thing I […]
“Active Listening and Relevant Questions” Most Improve a Job Candidates’ Chances
In February, we asked our readers what most improves a candidate’s chances during a job interview, and with 21% of the votes, “actively listens and asks relevant questions” was the top choice. “Skills and experience/work history” was second with 18%, followed by “engaging personality/enthusiasm” with 15%. The rest of the results were as follows: Cultural […]