5 Reasons You Should Upskill Your Tech Employees

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Many companies continue to struggle. Finding the tech talent they need to thrive remains challenging, even though unemployment spiked due to COVID-19 layoffs. Skill gaps are ultimately pervasive, so organizations can’t rely on finding outside candidates to fill them.  Luckily, there is another approach. By upskilling your tech employees, you can cultivate an ideal workforce. If you are wondering… Read more »


3 Things All Successful Engineering Managers Have in Common

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Every engineering manager wants to excel in their role. Not only is it good for them professionally, but it also ensures their team and their company can flourish.  By understanding what successful engineering managers have in common, you can adopt approaches that are known to work. Here’s a look at some traits that all leading… Read more »


10 Best Practices for Managing Your Remote Workers

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Many company leaders are just now experiencing what it’s like to manage a remote workforce. However, there’s a decent chance that at least some of your employees will be working from home for the foreseeable future. As a result, managers need to find ways to enhance the experience, boost productivity, and otherwise keep their remote… Read more »


5 Virtual Communication Tips for Managers

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With many professionals working from home, finding the ideal way to communicate with your team can be a challenge. Often, the approaches you’d use at the office don’t make sense when everyone’s working remotely. Plus, telecommuting creates difficulties that can be solved by using the right communication methods. If you want to know how you… Read more »


How to Get Employees to Comply with Safety Guidelines

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Even when a rule is put in place to keep employees safe, that doesn’t mean every worker will automatically comply. A team member’s desire to avoid injury alone may not be enough for them to be internally motivated to follow the guidelines. Often, there has to be more to the equation.  Luckily, there are things managers can… Read more »


A Guide to PPE for Engineering Managers

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Personal protective equipment (PPE) plays a big role in workplace safety. It minimizes an employee’s exposure to certain hazards, reducing overall risk.  Engineering managers do have some responsibilities when it comes to PPE. If you want to make sure you understand what is required, here’s a quick guide to PPE for engineering managers.  Management’s PPE… Read more »


National Safety Month: The Importance of Following the Rules

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Workplace injuries occur in every industry. While the injury and fatality rates are largely declining, incidents do still happen. However, the chance of an occurrence can be reduced further, especially if everyone follows the right safety rules. If you are wondering why following guidelines is so important, here’s what you need to know.  Injury and… Read more »


National Safety Month: How to Improve Office Safety for Your Employees

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The cost of workplace injuries can be shockingly high. Along with productivity losses, companies can be responsible for handling many of the workers’ expenses. For some businesses, that’s simply too much to shoulder.  Luckily, it is possible to improve office safety for your employees. If you want to know what you can do, here are some… Read more »


7 Apps for Employers That Will Make the Hiring Process Easier

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Technology has the ability to enhance many common workplace processes, including hiring. With the right apps, managers can find quality candidates quickly, allowing them to secure the talent they need faster than they could if they used older processes.  However, it’s important to select the right apps if you are going to see positive results. If you… Read more »


10 Resume Red Flags That Could Mean a Candidate is Lying

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Often, a candidate resume is your first introduction into what a job seeker has to offer. The issue is, things aren’t always how they appear. Some job seekers exaggerate what they bring to the table; others outright lie.  Maintaining a skeptical eye is critical. If you want to improve your hiring outcomes, here are ten resume red… Read more »