Keeping Your Employees Comfortable in the Fall

With autumn almost officially here, you might be ramping up productivity. Before you do, make sure your employees have what they need to thrive. When they’re happy and comfortable, it’s more likely they’ll be successful on the job. This is a win for you as they perform at their best, impacting your customers and the… Read More »

6 Tips to Help a Burned Out Employee

Employee burnout has been a problem for years. But it’s escalated dramatically over the last few months due to higher stress and pressure at work and in life. As a result, more and more employees are feeling depleted, exhausted, and just plain unmotivated. While this is easy to understand, you still need them to work… Read More »

7 Steps to Keep Your Workers Safe in the Heat

While every month should be National Safety Month, June is when it is officially observed by the National Safety Council. This is especially critical now that the summer heat has arrived in Florida. If employees are impacted by the heat, it can cause anything from mild illness to serious injury or even death, particularly in… Read More »

9 Best Manufacturing Shoes To Keep You Safe in 2020

You need footwear that keeps you safe. Yet, many of your options seem clunky and uncomfortable. At the same time, flexibility and slip resistance need to be taken into account. Plus, there’s durability to consider in the equation, as well as other issues, like your weight and height, whether you have diabetes and if you… Read More »

Question Time: What Do You Consider to Be Your Weakness?

Every candidate has weaknesses. But the hiring process is all about putting your best foot forward. How can you be honest when asked about them in a way that won’t sabotage the offer? You might think answering with the old “I’m a perfectionist” is the way to go. Or stating that “I have really high… Read More »

Simple Tactics to Decide if a Candidate is the Right Fit

Hiring employees is a regular part of your job. However, it’s always a challenge because there’s so much on the line. One wrong move can lead to a big mistake that will cost your company. So how can you ensure a candidate is the right fit ahead of time? Future Force can help. As one… Read More »

Here’s What It Takes to be a Grocery Merchandiser

So you want to be a grocery merchandiser? Or perhaps you’ve heard it’s a good career, but aren’t really ensure what it entails. You’ll need more than a positive attitude and a strong work ethic. Merchandisers are essentially responsible for the products you see in stores from the point when they’re delivered until they’re sold… Read More »

6 of the Most Common Interview Questions & How to Answer Them

When it comes to the job search process, the interview is often the most nerve-wracking part. The good news is that the more you prepare ahead of time, the more confidence you’ll have walking into your next meeting with a hiring manager. And the team at Future Force is here to help. You can get… Read More »

6 Reasons Why Workplace Safety Is So Important

As a manager, you’re focused on productivity and profits. But does workplace safety also top your list of priorities? If it doesn’t, it should. Here are six reasons why: Reason #1: You’ll avoid accidents. There were 4,679 workers killed on the job in 2014, according to OSHA. Likewise, there were almost three million recorded injuries… Read More »

9 Things to Never Do During a Phone Interview

Phone interviews are the norm these days. They give employers a chance to assess your skills and abilities in a more efficient way. While these conversations tend to be shorter and more casual for candidates, that doesn’t mean you can take them any less seriously than you would an interview in-person. Make sure you prepare… Read More »