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2016 Jul, 27

Fresh Talent: When is it time to hunt?

By | July 27th, 2016|For Employers|0 Comments

When you open a business or create a new branch of an existing one, you spend an initial period of time recruiting the most talented group of people you can find in order to get off on a strong start. Over time, employees are terminated or choose to move on to other jobs, and skill [...]

2016 Jul, 25

Growing Pains in the Workplace

By | July 25th, 2016|For Job Seekers|0 Comments

You have been sporting the same title for some time now and truthfully, the work load you were originally hired to handle is now just a list of chores that are completed well before your lunch break each day. You find yourself diving into responsibility wherever you can and filling most of your day with [...]

2016 Jul, 20

When an Employee Suddenly Resigns

By | July 20th, 2016|For Employers|0 Comments

In 2010, Steven Slater, a flight attendant for JetBlue airlines, earned his fifteen minutes of fame after cursing at a customer over the intercom, grabbing a beer, and finally sliding down the deployed emergency chute. Although Steven’s dramatic exit is an extreme example, sooner or later you will have an employee who suddenly resigns and [...]

2016 Jul, 18

Your Boss Resigns, Now What?

By | July 18th, 2016|For Job Seekers|0 Comments

The average worker in the United States stays in their position for 4.6 years, and we often forget that this includes supervisors too. It is stressful when someone leaves his or her position, but it is especially disruptive when your boss resigns. Many employees are left feeling stranded, without direction. At Search Solution Group we [...]

2016 Jul, 14

The Do’s and Don’ts of Employee Termination

By | July 14th, 2016|For Employers|0 Comments

In order to maintain a healthy workplace, sometimes it is necessary to let go of an existing employee. It is important to understand that even the most cordial of separations will probably still feel somewhat bitter, but minimizing the hard feelings between both parties is crucial to your company’s reputation in the marketplace. As an [...]

2016 Jul, 11

Four Steps to Take When You’ve Had Enough and it’s Time to Quit

By | July 11th, 2016|For Job Seekers, For the Workplace|0 Comments

What do you do when you realize enough is enough? Ultimately your goal is to end on good terms. Nothing is worse than putting so much effort into a job, deciding you want to quit, and then having to put your past employer on a do not call list because you ended on bad terms. [...]