How to Communicate With Nervous Employees

As the restrictions related to COVID-19 start to lift in many states, companies are looking to return to business. This will mean calling back employees who were laid off during the outbreak. As part of this process, your workers will likely be excited to get back to something resembling a regular schedule. At the same time, though, they will likely be nervous about returning to work.    You can ease their concerns with a healthy communication program. By creating a constructive back-and-forth with your returning employees, you can streamline the process of getting back to action. You will also minimize conflict… Read more »

Electrician Hazards And How To Avoid Them

You don’t have to be told that electricity is dangerous. The hazards are obvious. Working near electrical situations, you become exposed to possible injury or even death. However, by knowing the specific dangers, an electrician can learn how to avoid them. This knowledge allows them to conduct their business safely and securely. The specific dangers vary according to the type of work you do. Some jobs carry a high risk of electric shock or even electrocution (an electric shock resulting in death). Other situations have a lower chance of serious injury but might still present some low-grade hazards, such as… Read more »

Be Prepared: What To Do After The Interview

You can breathe again. You just survived the most nerve-wracking part of the job search process: the interview. But you’re not done yet. There are still some steps you need to take following the interview in order to prepare for the next stage.  After the interview is over, the job-decision process usually turns entirely to the employer. You’re in a holding pattern. However, you can take some steps to close the loop and prepare for your next application.  Here are a few steps you should take after a job interview:  Stay Levelheaded Maybe the interview went great, and you’re buzzing with the possibility of landing the… Read more »