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Businesses benefit from persuasive perks  By Leslie T. Snadowsky The SERG Group is known for its impressive roster of award-winning local restaurants and catering services, including WiseGuys, Frankie Bones, Skull Creek Dockside and Nectar, and its dedication to providing guests with...
Heralding happiness among the ranks By Leslie T. Snadowsky As prospective employees are empowered by their choices in a job market inundated with opportunities, how does a company keep its workforce content and not tempted to stray? Statistically, happy employees are more...
Three ways to cultivate a killer post-pandemic workplace culture By Cristin Heyns-Bousliman During uncertain times when chilling phrases like “the great resignation,” “vaccination mandate,” and “staffing shortages” are front and center in the media, employers are left scrambling to recruit and...
Get out of your own way to grow your business By Don Harkey We all live within our own head. We are prisoners of our own perspectives, which are tainted by our own knowledge, our experiences, our personality, and most of...
Find your next employee in no time using online recruiting sites. Online recruiting is a little like online dating. Sometimes you match with your dream candidate, sometimes they describe themselves as a “team player” or “looking for adventure,” and sometimes...
Technology that works for you. By Leslie T. Snadowsky Is hiring cumbersome, are your employees disgruntled, and is performance at an all-time low? A Human Resources department supports the employee life cycle from recruiting to onboarding to cultivating company culture to...
Higher engagement delivers tangible results By Don Harkey Employee engagement is one of the most powerful predictors of organizational success. If your employees are more engaged, your organization is safer, more profitable, more productive and provides better customer service with higher...
Five Smart ways to continue your education without going back to school By Hannah Massen By the time you’re in your 20s, it feels like you’ve spent your whole life in a classroom. After spending 16-plus years progressing from grade school...
New spin on old interview questions 1. What makes you the most qualified candidate for this position? This is an important question for several reasons. The first and most obvious reason is that this question gives the interviewee the opportunity...
How one of the Lowcountry's top recruiters finds top talent By Leslie T. Snadowsky Looking for a job as a kayak nature guide or a stand-up paddleboarder? At Outside Brands’ Outside Hilton Head, Human Resources Director Susan Edwards, PHR, SHRM-CP, is looking...