The Positive Impact of Employee Engagement

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Employee engagement is really crucial in any organization because it has a direct impact on how productive, efficient, and innovative an employee is. It’s how committed and involved an employee is towards the company’s mission and core values. When employees are engaged, they care about the well-being of their company and work hard to make… Read more »

5 Reasons To Get Rid of Most of Your Meetings

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Ugh, everybody hates meetings. They can be a real waste of time if you don’t manage them right. And if your company routinely schedules inefficient meetings, then team members will start to skip them. But important meetings can be really useful and really productive if they’re planned and run the right way. Most meetings are… Read more »

3 Ways to Make Work Expectations Clear for Your Employees

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When performance expectations aren’t clear to employees, those employees become unhappy at work—they feel disengaged, unmotivated, and sometimes even alienated from their co-workers and managers. By clearly expressing expectations, every employee will know what their job is and exactly what they need to do to be successful. They can set goals, be fairly evaluated, and… Read more »

Effective Ways To Implement Changes In Your Organization

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Change isn’t easy in any organization. People become accustomed to routine and find comfort in old habits. People panic when their favorite restaurant changes the menu or there’s a new instructor in their workout class, so a policy shift at work that might affect their career, could be earthshattering. Here are four ways to implement… Read more »

What Do You Do When an Employee Quits?

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Eventually, even the best companies have employees who resign. The reasons are often out of your control, but you can handle what happens next. Be patient, empathetic, and positive as you listen to their reasons. Next, if the employee informs you of his departure in person, immediately ask for a written letter that states his… Read more »

HR is Changing—Here’s What You Need to Do to Fill Your Management Toolbox of the Future

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Management is about more than just maximizing the bottom line. There are lots of intangibles that an innovative manager must have to get good results. Mostly a good manager knows how to understand and communicate with his employees. With the right actions, you can grow great employees, retain them, keep them engaged, and be a… Read more »

Slips, Trips, Falls, Safety Shortfalls You Can Avoid

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Tens of thousands of workers get injured every year due to falls. Most are falls on the same level, like a slip or a trip and are totally preventable. This can be really costly for your company. Not only might you have to cover any medical expenses that result from the employee falling, but you… Read more »

How to Embed Your Leadership Into a Workplace Culture

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Leadership and workplace culture are extremely important in any company. They’re different, but they’re intertwined. Culture is a key piece of your company vision and strategic plan. The way you exert your leadership and the example you set for your employees determines your workplace culture. Your company values and culture will either repel or attract… Read more »

How Do You Make Sure You Hire Great Employees Each Time?

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Hiring a great employee is an art form! You have to see past the fancy resumes and suave interviewing skills and make sure you hire the person who will best support your company’s mission and goals. Hiring the wrong person can cost you a lot of time and money. By making sure you have the… Read more »

4 Ways to Access A Talent Pool

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With so many people out of work, it seems like it should be easy to seek out talented candidates and match them to your job openings. Yet hiring the right people remains an art form. Talent pools, a line-up of potential candidates that best fit your needs so you can always be prepared when a… Read more »