Is There Something in the Water? How Companies Can Grow Even in Down Markets

If there was some magical top-secret recipe for business growth, how much would you pay to get your hands on it?  We’re not talking “staying…


How Can Introverts Manage the Extroverts on Their Team?

Ahhh, the illusive extrovert. So much unbridled energy.  Such lengthy conversations.  Such an outgoing and brazen personality.  To a true introvert,…


White Collar Goes Green: What You Can Do to Implement Green Practices in the Workplace

Whether you live for recycling and bleed green, or you would rather have a root canal than watch another documentary on global warming, it is…


Corporate Social Media Policies: How Much Control is Too Much?

If you have been paying attention to recent marketing and communication trends in the business world, then you are already well aware of the…


To Hit Send or Not to Hit Send: The Pro’s and Con’s of Communicating Via Email

In an age where people would rather text someone a compliment than go to the next room and say it to the recipient’s face, or ask how someone is…


Turnover RX: What’s Ailing Healthcare Workers

As a staffing company with a division devoted to the healthcare industry, we obviously have a vested interest in its employment forecast and all…


What is the Difference Between a Leader and a Manager?

We like to think that in theory, all managers are in fact leaders; why else would they be holding the reigns of our organizations?  However, just…


The Legal Lowdown on Layoff Decisions

Although turbulent economic times are gradually evolving to calmer tides, the hiring and firing process will still be an ever-present fixture in the…


Out of the Dorm Room and into the Conference Room: Leveraging Facebook in the Workplace

The Medix Staffing Solutions’ Facebook PageThe old saying not to “mix business with pleasure” has the Baby Boomers and Gen-X’ers of…


What Are the Ingredients for a Truly Excellent Work Environment?

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”  ~Confucius Confucius evidently was unaware how much easier said…