How to Reward Employees (Without Breaking the Bank)

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When you oversee top talent, wanting to reward them for their contributions is natural. However, not every company can afford lavish gifts, bonuses, or raises without breaking the bank, effectively taking those options off the table. This can often be frustrating for members of the leadership team, especially since acknowledging your staff ensures they feel… Read more »

Are You Making This Major Mistake with Workplace Inclusion?

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While diversity and inclusion continue to be a significant point of focus for businesses in nearly every industry, progress to improve company cultures has been predominately slow. Many demographic groups are still surprisingly underrepresented in a range of fields. Many minorities continue to be the targets of harassment and bullying on a regular basis, though… Read more »

Giving Effective Advice to People Who Work Differently Than You

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Rarely do two people end up in the same position by following the same career path. Each individual has had a unique set of experiences, hold different preferences close to heart, and use varying approaches to accomplish certain tasks. Even if you and a co-worker have the same role, that doesn’t mean you work the… Read more »

Do You Share These 10 Traits of Influential People?

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While each person is unique, many leaders share specific traits that allow them to be highly influential people. Often, this doesn’t include the power of intimidation and coercion. Instead, it’s the ability to motivate and inspire, coupled with being able to make the right decisions at key times. Here are 10 traits influential people generally… Read more »

Don’t Scare Away Employees With Your Bad Company Reputation

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Your company reputation plays a large role in areas like recruitment and retention. If your business becomes known as a bad employer, you aren’t going to be able to secure the top talent you need to thrive. Even a few negative employee reviews can be incredibly damaging. Thanks to technology, current and former workers can… Read more »

The Best Ways to Start and End Your Days at Work

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Do you take the time to set yourself up for success at the beginning and end of each workday? Often, managers simply dive into their tasks the minute they walk through the door, and they don’t stop until it’s time to head home. But, if you spend a bit of time at the start and… Read more »

Your Secret Weapon in the War for Talent: Innovation!

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Typically, innovation is seen as a means of staying ahead of competitors. New products, exciting services, or technology solutions that improve efficiency can all help your company be more productive. However, innovation now has a new role in business: Assisting with recruitment and retention to help win the war for talent. Having an innovative brand,… Read more »

5 Changes You Can Make to Improve Employee Well-Being

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Employee well-being can have a substantial impact on business. When workers are stressed, productivity can fall, mistakes can increase, and tension can rise. In contrast, happy workers tend to be more efficient, engaged, and focused. While it may seem that employee well-being is largely out of your control, that doesn’t mean you can’t have an… Read more »

3 Tips for Creating a More Inclusive Work Environment

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Having a diverse workforce can provide you with a number of benefits. It introduces varying perspectives into the environment and can lead to increased innovation. Your staff may have a wider range of skills and experiences, allowing them to collectively bring more to the table. In some cases, your talent pool may even grow, especially… Read more »