Tag Archives: human resources

Right Person. Wrong Job.

When an employee is hired for a specific role, there are times when either the role wasn’t what the employee anticipated, or the manager later realizes that the employee’s skills are better suited in a different open opportunity within the organization. 
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Keeping Your Managers Engaged

It’s no secret that engaged managers have teams that are more productive, have enhanced team communication, and a more positive impact on their employees when compared to disengaged managers. Employees feed of their manager’s energy, mood, and tone. If a manager is disengaged, they will likely breed employee attitudes of the same nature. 
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Leading Performance Review Trends for 2019

Not all businesses approach performance reviews in the same way. For example, some organizations may define performance reviews as the annual one-on-one meeting with an employee and their manager to discuss their job performance and professional growth over the last year. Others may schedule more frequent check-ins to share updates and provide feedback each month or once per quarter. 
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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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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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