Category: HR Topics

How to Dress for Success

Some of the wisest words I have heard in relation to a dress code are “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have”. At face value this would seem to say, if you want to be a high-level executive at some point then dress in a suit, or if you want to […]

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How to Prevent and Deal With Employee Burnout

Becoming burnt out in the workplace is not uncommon, especially in organizations with busy seasons, pressure to hit financial goals, or get a product out the door with a strict deadline. Those are just a few examples, but in reality, employee burnout happens in any organization for many underlying reasons. It is the organization’s duty […]

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Why Company Field Day Goes a Long Way

#fielddayallday Getting to know your co-workers, really getting to know them, takes time but sharing experiences together can help speed up the process. At DAVIS we hold a quarterly meeting all staff Town Hall meeting and and we decided to do a field day after our most recent meeting. How would we come up with […]

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3 Work Life Balance Strategies

Technology has us more connected than ever to our office and our email…taking us away from family and leisure time. As stress levels go up, productivity can plummet. Making a specific point to find a work life balance is key for your own health and to help you manage your relationships and family responsibilities. Here […]

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3 Lessons Learned From an Unforgettable Dale Carnegie Training

DAVIS has been a promoter of Dale Carnegie training for many years. The skills mastered and developed in this program instill confidence and strengthen interpersonal relationships in your personal and professional life. I was recently invited to attend the Dale Carnegie graduation for one of our employees. It had been a few years since I’d last […]

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Make Time for Team Building

Who would you trust more, work harder for, and rather spend 40 plus hours a week with….someone you don’t really know, or someone you know on a personal level? Often times in the work place, the importance of team building is not given nearly enough attention. Think about all of the sports teams that are […]

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