Tag: employers

To Rise “Above the Crowd” You Must “Make a Difference”

by Jeanne Knutzen | September 3, 2015

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“Above the Crowd” is just one more way for us to talk about “making a difference” which has been a watchword for our company, the PACE Staffing Network, since its founding over 35 years ago. Being different by finding people for our clients who “make a difference”, and by helping our clients differentiate their businesses from their competitors, is, for us, the one and only way to truly rise “above the crowd”. … Read More »

Three Entrepreneurial Tips to Make Your Company More Nimble

by Guest Author | August 11, 2015

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instead of abandoning your employer, consider how you could take a page out of an entrepreneurial playbook and inject new energy into your organization. … Read More »

How Can I Improve The Flow of Communication?

by Guest Author | August 11, 2015

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Question: Until recently, I thought we did a good job of communicating with our employees; but now I’m getting blind-sided with issues that I had no idea were brewing and it is obviously affecting productivity. How can I improve the flow of communication? … Read More »

People Really Are Your Most Important Asset

by Guest Author | August 11, 2015

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The assets that people create, accumulate, and sustain utilizing their knowledge, experience, and skills—as well as the people themselves—can be defined as intellectual capital (IC). By analyzing and valuating the IC of an organization, investors, candidates, business leaders, and others can more accurately assess today’s businesses. … Read More »