Celebrating Soft Skills in the Workplace

A typical job description typically has a little background information on the hiring company but then lists out job responsibilities, duties, and desired skills and qualifications. The context within each section highlights a combination of both hard and soft skills. For example, an account development manager job description may list the following job duties: 
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Five Ways to Inspire Employee Loyalty

Longevity at the workplace was once commonplace. Employers now are faced with improving tangible benefits (e.g. unlimited PTO, extended maternity/paternity leave, profit sharing, or stock options) to sway employees into staying onboard longer or to lure good candidates through the door. For example, of the people planning to look for a job this year, more than 54%[1] started their current job less than a year ago. 
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Workers’ Compensation for Telecommuters or Remote Employees

The statistics supporting telecommuting or remote employee positions are hard to miss. For example, about 3%[1] of the US workforce spends at least half of their time working from home. And this trend is only moving upward. It is projected that before 2030 nearly 38%[2] of full-time employees will be working remotely. 
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Setting Standards for Accountability and Role Expectations

Your business, regardless of industry, requires devotion to employee accountability in order to maintain a productive and healthy work environment. While each industry is different, the outcomes or goals are relatively similar. 
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