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These Three Factors Reduce Turnover Rates

When it comes to things that motivate employees and keep them excited about their day-to-day role and responsibilities there are three factors that are fairly universal. Effective leaders will know how to promote these particular attributes of the job. It will be important for management to keep these factors in mind when [...]


How to Make Social Media Work for You

In today’s digital world networking online is just as important or even more important than networking in person. Social media is like a never-ending networking event. But before you start sending messages and friend requests there are a couple of important considerations you should keep in mind.  For starters, you need to [...]


Avoid These Networking Mistakes Like the Plague (or COVID-19)

Things always tend to be easier when there is no urgency surrounding them and networking is no different. If you are desperate for a new job finding or speaking with a potential connection can nerve-wracking. You are more prone to make mistakes that could cost you the opportunity.  By keeping the following [...]


How to Decrease Burnout and Improve Employee Morale

Employee burnout is experienced across essentially all industries. This is most likely to stem from unfair compensation, working too many hours, or having too many responsibilities. Other contributors include dissatisfaction with management, disengagement with company culture, or a lack of connection with the job position. A recent Gallup study found that two-thirds [...]


Could Your Employees Do More by Doing Less?

You would think that with the seemingly endless technology that is available to us, employees would be so productive that they would be able to accomplish their work in fewer hours. In fact, economist John Maynard Keynes predicted nearly a century ago that his grandchildren would only need to work about 15 [...]


Why do so many employees dread meetings? Because more often than not they are a waste of our precious time. This can mean that employees do not have sufficient opportunity to finish what they need to during their typical work hours and that they must do so on their own time.  There [...]


How to Create an Environment of Optimism in the Workplace

In a time of a global pandemic when so much regarding our work and personal lives is unknown, it can seem impossible to create an environment of positivity. However, it is likely more important than ever. Studies have proven that optimistic leaders i.e., those who instill confidence and hope within their teams see [...]


Improve Team Efficiency by Improving Communication 

More and more companies are hiring remote workers and there are a great number of benefits for doing so. First off, it expands the pool of qualified workers exponentially. It also allows companies to reduce overhead costs and to increase their global reach and impact. However, this is not without its limitations. [...]


Are Your Leaders Happy and Engaged?

More than any other reason disengagement is why top talent report leaving their jobs for new positions. In fact, according to a recent Gallup report, nearly 70% of employees state that they are actively disengaged at work. This is clearly a huge problem and unfortunately one that is not being appropriately addressed.  [...]


Telltale Signs Your Work/Life Is Out of Balance

After last week’s article, you have an understanding of the negative effects that can occur from work/life imbalance. Not only can our physical and psychological wellbeing suffer, but it can also impact our ability to even do our work in the first place.  But how do you know if your work/life is [...]

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