1. Tips to Help You Manage Seasonal Hires

    The holidays have arrived, which means that millions of people will soon be piling into brick-and-mortar stores, while at the same time millions more will push online networks to the brink of their capabilities. No matter how big or how small your business may be, we bet you're doing something to ta…Read More

  2. Civic Refresh

    Colorado is a great state for many reasons, but thanks to the Denver Leadership Foundation, the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (EDC), and their affiliation with the Colorado Energy Coalition (CEC), Colorado businesses can take part in learning about the ever-expanding renewable …Read More

  3. Drug and Alcohol Verification in the Transportation Industry

    Whether on or off the clock, not only can the abuse of alcohol and illegal drugs by your employees be detrimental to the business as a whole, but could also endanger the safety of other employees, your business’ customers, and the general public. This is especially true if your business is in the …Read More

  4. 5 Steps to Hiring a New Employee

    With so many people looking for work these days, you'd think that hiring a new employee would be the easiest thing in the world. The truth is, finding an employee who would be a good fit can be difficult, not only with the position you're trying to fill, but with your company as a whole. By trying t…Read More

  5. Small Businesses Need Background Checks, Too

    It has become regular practice for large corporations to conduct background checks on anyone being hired for a position in their company. The same is mostly true for medium-sized businesses, though some of them make the mistake of skipping this important part of the hiring process from time to time.…Read More

  6. Not Taking Drugs But Failed a Drug Test? What You Should Avoid!

    Modern drug tests are quite accurate and effective, but nothing is 100%. The truth is, several substances can result in a positive test for drug use when you haven’t exposed yourself to drugs at all. This is what’s known as a “false positive.” It is common for hiring managers to utilize back…Read More

  7. Hire the Right People with These Simple Tips

    If you’re hoping to grow your small business or keep your larger business chugging along at the proper pace, then hiring the right employees is an essential part of that equation. Finding people that fit in with your core values and have a a great work ethic can be tricky at times, though. The goo…Read More

  8. Avoiding Bias Throughout the Hiring Process

    As a business owner or hiring manager, one of the most important aspects of your job when bringing new employees into the fold is to avoid bias at all times. Not only is it ethically wrong to show bias against a certain group or a particular person, doing so can put you in some legal hot water. This…Read More

  9. Giving Offenders a Second Chance

    A central role of any business owner or hiring manager is to always consider the safety of your employees, especially when bringing on someone new. This is why millions of businesses conduct background checks for criminal records so they have a more holistic understanding of the person they’re con…Read More

  10. Employment Projections in Key Industries

    While unemployment has been dropping steadily over the past several years, millions of Americans are still concerned over the future outlook of certain industries and positions. Many of them wonder if they should stay on course with their current career goals, or perhaps deviate a bit from their pla…Read More

  11. Does Your Recruitment Need a Tune-Up?

    With all the potential employees out there who are scrambling to find a new job, recruitment seems like it would be the easiest thing in the world. Unfortunately, many businesses are a bit lax when it comes to finding solid employees, and they tend to leave a chunk of the burden on those applicants …Read More