Expert Approved Interview Tips: Is Your Candidate Waving These 6 Red Flags?

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It’s happened to all of us, a new boss who micromanages, a new coworker who takes credit for your work, or the recent hire with a chip on their shoulder. So how can we escape the financial loss, reduced productivity, & negative employee morale a bad hire brings?   Here are the warning signs so… Read more »

Guest Post: Confessions of a Boomerang Employee—third times the charm

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Guest Post by Rene Beach I began my Focus journey during the Spring of 1999, a doe-eyed college student on a quest to discover a career path. In the previous 12 months, I changed jobs 12 times: receptionist, outside sales, and daycare worker (to name a few). I accepted a position supporting the Focus executive… Read more »

3 Ways to Say Thank You to Your Employees This Season

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Focus of Georgia

The holiday season is a time to give and show you care. You’ve probably already thought about gifts for your friends and family, but don’t overlook your employees. Showing your employees you care is more than just being nice, it’s good for the health of your business. When your employees feel appreciated and valued, they’re… Read more »

How to Manage Employees Who Get Under Your Skin

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Have you personally liked and admired every person you have worked with and for? Chances are, you haven’t! It’s perfectly natural. We’re all unique, and our personalities will conflict with colleagues and managers throughout our whole careers. However, it poses a unique challenge when you manage someone you don’t like. How can you lead, coach,… Read more »