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How to Deal with Employee Resignations

There’s nothing you can do about it – employee resignations are an inevitability in business life. No matter how great your workplace is, no matter how many perks and benefits you offer, some of your employees will leave for any number of reasons. Perhaps they found a better job opportunity. Maybe they need to take…

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10 Tips to Maximize Your Workforce Efficiency

It’s no secret that time is money. The faster your employees can accomplish their tasks, the more valuable their hours are. For example, if you have one team of factory workers who can produce three units in one hour, vs. another team of the same size that can produce five units in one hour, obviously…

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How to Handle a Good Employee with a Bad Attitude

If you have an underperforming employee who has a toxic attitude that is contaminating the rest of your staff, the solution is simple: find a replacement and fire him. But if that employee is one of your best workers, firing him may not be the best approach if you want to maintain your team’s productivity…

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Is a Generational Gap Impacting Your Staff?

A confluence of multiple events and factors have created a modern workforce that features four-five different generations. Perhaps at no other time in U.S. history has there been such a wide range in ages among the working population. If you’re the owner of a mid-to-large size business, there’s a good chance that you have employees…

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When an Increase in Salary is Not an Option

What Can You Offer an Employee Instead of a Salary Increase? Every boss would love to give their employees a salary increase to show them that their work, skills, and dedication are valued by your company. After all of the efforts that go into hiring the best people for your organization, not showing them that…

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Why You Need a Succession Plan in Place

How many of your employees are currently looking for a new job? How many members of your staff will be ready to retire in 5-10 years? What steps are you taking to ensure that your organization can continue to run seamlessly in the event of a sudden departure at a key position? Having a succession…

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The Importance of Cross Training Employees

The phrase “cross training” is popular in the world of exercise and physical fitness, but it can also apply to the overall health of your company. Too many business owners, managers and executives are content with putting all of their eggs in one basket – meaning they have a one-dimensional staff where each worker can…

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How Prepared Are You for Internal Employee Conflicts?

In a perfect world, all of your employees would get along with each other, they would never have a dispute with management, and your workplace would run as peacefully as a church sermon. Unfortunately, when large groups of people interact with each other for 40 or more hours per week, employee conflicts are bound to…

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Tips for Improving Company Culture

Company culture refers to the values and actions that determine how a business’s employees interact with each other as well as with clients and customers. The principles that make up a company culture are rarely laid out in concrete terms. They are largely left unstated after forming through a mix of artificial and organic means.…

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How to Properly Tell Candidates They Didn’t Get the Job

Telling someone that he or she was not chosen for the job is never an easy thing to do. It may be one of the most dreaded duties for HR professionals, recruiters and hiring managers. A candidate has come to your office dressed to the nines, put her best effort forth and maybe even got…

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