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How to Lose an Employee in 10 Days

How to Lose an Employee in 10 Days By Janine Comito Are you inspired by the headlines about harsh, take-no-prisoners leaders? Want to really show your employees who’s boss? Congratulations! Your employees are probably looking for new jobs. Here’s the thing. We’ve all heard the truism “Employees don’t quit a company. They quit a manager.”…

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Back to Basics: What Is Continuous Performance Management?

By Aaron Kinne Why am I so passionate about continuous performance management? Simple. I’ve experienced the failings of the annual review from both sides. I experienced them early in my career as a young advertising copywriter, when I received a rating lower than what I had expected in my year-end meeting with my manager. And…

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Exit Formalities for Offboarding: The Employee Exit Process

By Kent Peterson Adios. Farewell. Sayonara. There are lots of different ways for friends and loved ones to say goodbye, but what about employers and employees? When someone is leaving your organization, do you know the right things to say and do to give them a good sendoff that protects both your firm’s interests and…

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REINVENT Onboarding: A new definition for a new decade

By Jesse Finn Onboarding is here to stay. In fact, 77% of professionals believe that onboarding is more important than ever. But like every great change-maker, there is a big difference between doing it, and doing it well. Every company onboards. A few have fully-fledged strategies to engage and inspire onboardees throughout the new hire journey. Many…

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Why Small Safety Details Matter

By T.J. Scimone In environments rife with hazards, like manufacturing plants, it may be tempting to forego safety protocols that appear non-critical. Routine safety tasks often go overlooked, especially by seasoned professionals. Familiarity, experience and confidence can sometimes lead to lapses in diligence. Let’s face it, attending to every detail of a process you’ve done…

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4 Ways to Build Workplace Diversity

4 Ways to Build Workplace Diversity By Sarah Lewis-Kulin According to Glassdoor, 67% of job seekers consider workplace diversity an essential factor when considering employment opportunities. More than 50% of employees want their workplace to do more to increase diversity. While diversity and inclusion are vital for recruiting top talent and employee retention, the data prove that it’s…

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How to Keep Your Top Talent From Walking Out the Door

How to Keep Your Top Talent From Walking Out the Door By Silver Rose How many millions of dollars have been spent by organizations trying to retain the best of the best? Is it working in your company? While benefits and perks go a long way to keeping you competitive, in the end, retention almost…

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Internet Job Postings Pose Legal Perils for Employers

Internet Job Postings Pose Legal Perils for Employers By Tory Summey Today, social media platforms, including Facebook and LinkedIn, allow employers to target their job listings based on various characteristics of the users they wish to reach. As a result, employers can theoretically identify better candidates while expending fewer resources. However, these ad platforms have…

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Recruiters, Adopt an Infinite Mindset in 2020

Recruiters, Adopt an Infinite Mindset in 2020 By Ira S. Wolfe According to author and TED speaker Simon Sinek, “a worthy rival inspires us to take on an attitude of improvement.” That’s part of what he calls the infinite mindset. This infinite mindset is what Sinek believes differentiates businesses that think ahead versus those that…

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Are You Supporting Your Remote Employees?

Are You Supporting Your Remote Employees? By Ultimate Software According to a worldwide study, approximately 70 percent of global employees worked remotely at least once a week in 2018, while 53 percent telecommuted closer to half the week. These figures are significantly higher than studies from previous years, where Gallup found that 43 percent worked from home…

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