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How Companies Can Attract Millennials

How Companies Can Attract Millennials

With almost half of today’s working generation considered to be a Millennial (anyone born between 1981 and 1996), companies need to be strategic in recruiting this generation’s top talent. To do this, companies need to understand what is important to them and what they value most in their work situations. Having a good work-life balance is one of the top factors. A survey on FlexJobs found that “78% of millennials say they would be more loyal to an employer if they had flexible work options” and “70% of millennials have left or considered leaving a job because it lacked flexible work options”. Given that this is such an important issue for Millennials, here are some suggestions for how companies can attract this generation. 
Tuesday, July 28, 2020/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (1978)/Comments (14)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Building Emotional Intelligence

Building Emotional Intelligence

Want to improve your emotional intelligence? Here is a good place to start.

Before we delve into how to build your emotional intelligence let’s first look at exactly what it is. In short, it’s how to identify and manage your own emotions and that of others. Psychology Today breaks it down further into three skills:
Tuesday, July 21, 2020/Author: Chris Alex /Number of views (2209)/Comments (19)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Nichelle Walch, MBA

Nichelle Walch, MBA

Recruiting Manager – SNI Certes Minneapolis

Nichelle Walch graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management and started her career as a CPA in Public Accounting concentrating in the business tax area.  After over a decade in public accounting, Nichelle went to work in industry, and later became a finance and accounting consultant.  She also taught as an adjunct faculty at Metropolitan State University and recruited with other agencies before joining SNI Certes in early 2020.  Nichelle got her MBA from Bethel University.  

After her first taste of recruiting as a direct hire permanent placement recruiter, Nichelle spent over five years as an accounting consultant where she enjoyed learning multiple industries and partnering with corporate leaders on project solutions.  She is a firm believer in doing the right thing for the Client, delivering on the best fit consultants efficiently and building life-long relationships with the consultants.  Nichelle joined SNI Certes because of its uniquely positive culture in the staffing industry and emphasis on placing top talent in the perfect role.

Nichelle's hobbies include, professional and personal development, fitness, audiobooks and podcasts, fashion, watching live music and cooking.  Nichelle has a son and a daughter and is their biggest fan. She enjoys watching her son on the soccer field, her daughter's gymnastics meets, and traveling and on adventures with them.  Family is a priority in her life and cherishes the time spent together.

Contact Nichelle at nwalch@snicertes.com

 

Friday, July 17, 2020/Author: SNI SuperUser Account/Number of views (425)/Comments (1)/ Article rating: No rating
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What To Say To Inspire and Motivate Your Team

What To Say To Inspire and Motivate Your Team

Business leaders right now not only have the challenge of encouraging their (possibly remote) teams to continue to hit their targets and goals, but they also need to provide comfort during these uncertain times. If your employees are tired, have lost their focus, and just seem to need a morale boost, one great way to help encourage them is through your words. As you will learn below, it’s essential to express your appreciation for your team frequently and genuinely. Also, asking your team for feedback and how they are doing would be showing an interest in your team’s emotional state and well being. Having open communication can help them be more productive and feel more connected to the company’s mission. Here are some ideas on what to say to help inspire and encourage your team.
Tuesday, July 14, 2020/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (2335)/Comments (33)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Dealing with Work Interruptions

Dealing with Work Interruptions

Whether working from home or in the office, work interruptions are inevitable. While sometimes they can be a welcome distraction, such as a quick conversation with a co-worker about an enjoyable subject, there are other times when you are deep in concentration and a distraction steers you off course. Distractions come in many forms: a text message alert on your phone, scrolling through social media mindlessly or just having someone talk you while you’re in the middle of working on something. Below we will look at some ways to minimize interruptions and how to reset when an interruption does happen so you can quickly get back to the task at hand.
Tuesday, July 07, 2020/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (2196)/Comments (19)/ Article rating: 5.0
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