Yes Or No to Social Media in The Workplace

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Do your employees while away their hours on Facebook? Are they more likely to tweet at their cube mates than speak to them face to face? In today’s increasingly tech-reliant workplace, social media is a complex and divisive issue. And while you may be tempted to put a permanent ban on all things social, the… Read more »

Hot Jobs!

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This week we’re featuring open positions in Nashville. Are any of these a fit for you? If so, check out the details and apply today. If not, don’t forget you can still win by referring a friend. Project Manager – Nashville, Tennessee Zycron is looking for an experienced project manager to work in the Nashville… Read more »

The Benefits Of Hiring Temporary Employees

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In the past, many employers assumed temporary workers were little more than glorified secretaries. However, these days the savvy supervisor knows that temp employees come in all shapes and skill levels. Not only can a good temp help your company out in a bind, but she can also enhance performance and productivity company-wide.  Check out… Read more »

Do I Need A Resume For A Warehouse Job?

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Think you don’t need a resume for that manufacturing job? Think again! In today’s competitive job market, showing up to your interview with a resume in tow tells hiring managers that you have the professionalism and determination to succeed on any warehouse floor. Additionally, resumes give you a leg up on the competition by: Separating… Read more »

5 Ways To Avoid A High Turnover Rate

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There’s nothing worse than losing one of your top employees to another position…unless it’s losing all the money you invested in him or her as well. Yes, the fact is that turnover costs employers big bucks in hiring and training costs and can even harm a business’ overall reputation, should productivity suffer during the transition…. Read more »

Welch Named New CFO

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Zycron, Inc., named Greg Welch its new chief financial officer. Welch joins Zycron with more than 20 years of experience as an accounting professional.

Zycron’s Tips for Landing a Job in IT – Part 4

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The Interview You’ve perfected your brand, narrowed down your search and you know the IT field. Now it’s time to nail the interview! You don’t want to be the candidate that’s ill prepared and doesn’t stand out. Sometimes we have an “I should have mentioned that” moment after the interview is over and your fate is… Read more »

Making A Promise… And Then Keeping It.

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Want to know the quickest way to lose a customer for life? Break a promise you made regarding a product or service! Yes, the fact is that most clients have long memories, and a business that fails to keep its promises is almost surely destined for failure. With 30 years of industry experience and 15… Read more »

Paying Minimum Wage: Why It’s So Last Year! Pay More, Earn More, Be More

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It’s no secret that businesses are created to generate a profit. And the biggest hit to many companies bottom-line is the cost of labor. So you wanna increase profits?  Just cut, slash and burn salaries, right? You’ll immediately trim expense and drive up profits. Sound like a strong strategy? If it does just think about… Read more »

Zycron’s Tips for Landing a Job in IT – Part 3

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The Search Any job search can present some issues, and frankly be downright difficult. There are several job openings, but are they the right fit for you? Part 3 of Landing a Job in IT is all about the job search. Our in-house experts are giving you applicable tips on how to help you maximize… Read more »