3 Ways to Build Loyalty in Your Employees

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As a new generation of workers overtakes the workforce, companies need to keep up with changing needs and demands to attract new employees and maintain the loyalty of their old ones. When so many employees are quick to leave a job for a new opportunity, employee loyalty is more important than ever. Your best employees,… Read more »

Preparing for the Retirement of Baby Boomers

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The retirement of baby boomers has been looming for years. How will it affect the economy? How will it affect social security? More and more retirement communities are being built, along with smaller, more manageable homes and properties. But how will it affect your company? Depending on the demographics of your company, it could have… Read more »

Simple Employee Appreciation Ideas to Try Today

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At this point, we all know that employee turnover is costly. And we want to do whatever we can to reduce it. It means keeping employees satisfied, and fortunately, it doesn’t mean that we need to give everyone a raise as soon as you sense any angst. The real solution is much cheaper than that…. Read more »

What Can You Do About a Negative Online Review?

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No matter how great your company is, you’re bound to get a negative review here and there. It might be an angry or emotional employee who left an unfair review. And that’s a problem because almost 61% of job seekers say they check websites like Glassdoor before making a decision about a company. So it’s… Read more »

Do You Have a Retention Problem?

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High employee turnover can have a devastating impact on your company’s bottom line, not to mention on your team’s morale. It’s estimated that the average cost of a departed employee is 38% of their annual salary. When someone leaves, you’re looking at lost knowledge, training costs, interviewing expenses, and recruitment costs that all add up… Read more »

Why You Need to Promote Teamwork

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Teamwork is a buzzword that will probably never die. You can facilitate teamwork retreats for your staff, post inspiring quotes and posters around the office, and structure your projects and accountability to encourage it. There are countless books and podcasts about it, and it’s even taught to small children early and often. Here’s why teamwork… Read more »

How to Prepare for the Remote Workforce

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Thanks to improving technology, more and more companies are opening up remote work opportunities—which is great as long as you’re prepared to handle it. It’s a great perk to show off to prospective employees, but it does operate by an entirely different set of rules than the traditional office. Here’s how you can prepare your… Read more »

Do You Know the Cost of a Bad Hire?

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Hiring is a stressful business. And hiring the wrong person can be pretty costly. Even when you simply consider the financial costs of a bad hire, it can be a pretty devastating mistake. Some recruiters estimate the cost of onboarding a new employee at several hundred thousand dollars while the Department of Labor claims it’s… Read more »

How to Encourage Creativity in Your Workplace

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Creativity in the workplace is a great way to spark innovation, some of which will impact your company with greater efficiency and productivity. But as a leader in your company, you have to create a culture that’s supportive and welcoming of creative thinking. Google even goes so far as to allow employees to spend up… Read more »

Choosing Between Two Strong Candidates

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It’s a good problem to have: You’ve narrowed your search to two really strong candidates who both seem perfect for the job. But how do you decide? What if one seemed really good on paper but won’t be able to follow through in real life? Or what if one just interviewed well? Some people are… Read more »