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Maximizing capacity benefits work life balance

Capacity is such an interesting topic because every person’s capacity level is so unique. 

Some people believe that Capacity is static, you have what you have and it doesn’t change, my experience is that Capacity both grows and shrinks.  I can think of times in my life when I had to simply get more done than I thought possible, and without moving a deadline or shifting my personal responsibilities I found I was able to get it done. Equally, I have noticed that there have been times in life when I didn’t have a lot to do, this is especially relevant a year ago right now as the whole world shut down. What I found when I went back to work was that I was more tired and less productive than I had been in the same setting with the same responsibilities previously.

Capacity is created through a series of events:

One’s understanding of tasks that

2021-03-10T10:42:04-05:00March 10th, 2021|Job Seekers|

Hiring Strategies for Building Back Post Pandemic

Despite the hinging challenges that COVID-19 has displayed across major industries, companies are hiring at a rapid pace as they look to build back post-pandemic. Over the next year, businesses will be looking for ways to come back stronger than ever, and one crucial way to do that is by making sure they have a dynamic team of employees to stand behind them. Since a lot of talent was walked out the door in 2020, businesses are starting to realize that not only will some of those employees not be coming back, but they might not be the right fit for the job anymore. 

“The reality is, that during COVID many companies have had to make cuts. And some of those cuts cut deeply. As you start to build back your business, you need to make sure you’re sourcing the best talent available. More specifically, next-generation talent.”

Dave MacDonald, President, Better Together Group

With major shifts happening across a variety of industries, businesses now

2021-03-09T20:19:28-05:00March 9th, 2021|Employers|

How Much is a Bad Hire Really Costing You?

The cost of a bad hire is shockingly high. And we don’t just mean financially. Hiring the wrong employee can have a multitude of negative effects on your business.

A bad hire can be a detrimental mistake to a company’s bottom line. Not only does hiring the wrong employee cost time and money, it can be a major setback in corporate culture, productivity, momentum and maintaining your overall credibility within your industry.

Unfortunately, this costly mistake is happening over and over again, as more than 74% of employers admit to having lost money by hiring the wrong employee.

The first step to avoiding a bad hire, is knowing the risks and being able to recognize the signs at a recruitment level, especially in a competitive hiring market.

With the right tools in place and the right team on your side, you don’t have to be a victim to a bad hire.

The Hard Costs of a Bad Hire

Hiring the wrong candidate can have a major impact on your company’s budget and bottom line. Beyond

2021-01-21T14:45:58-05:00January 19th, 2021|Employers|

Creating a safe workplace for everyone

Despite COVID-19’s crippling effects across so many office spaces in Canada, Ontario manufacturing plants, and society as a whole, Revolution Staffing has been able to withstand the tribulation of the Novel Coronavirus to continue to safely service our current customers and new clients who are in extra need of support during these trying times.

In times like these safety needs to be of the utmost importance. Creating a safe place for our staff in the office as well as the employees who are in your workplace is our main priority.

Back in March as Canada shut down and businesses across the country closed everyone had hopes that looking back on the lock down the world would see it as an unnecessary over exaggeration. However, as time has gone on and understanding of the virus has developed it is clear that the lockdown was essential when it happened. We as a country had little understanding, little knowledge and no extra PPE equipment

2020-12-18T21:40:34-05:00December 18th, 2020|Employers, Job Seekers|