Five Signs of Employee Burnout—and How to Avoid It

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Employee burnout is a problem that affects organizations of all sizes and can be misinterpreted as disinterested, entitled, or lazy employees. If overlooked, burnout can lower your team productivity, create interpersonal conflicts, and sometimes even cause valuable employees to quit. To protect your employees and keep your business running smoothly, keep a look out for … Read more

How to Prevent Workplace Violence

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People who work together eight hours a day, forty hours a week become a constant fixture in each other’s lives. Days, months, or years of problem-solving, competition, attitudes, prejudices, tempers, and stress bring the potential for workplace violence. Problems in the workplace come in all shapes and sizes, and unfortunately, there are times when they … Read more

Top-down Leadership Is Going Bottoms Up

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A new style of leadership is emerging in the workplace, turning management upside down and erasing the old paradigm set in place by past generations. Collaborative leadership is growing in popularity and focuses on unleashing employee talent, intellect, and drive in service to the success and the greater good of the company. A majority of … Read more

How to Manage Political Conflicts in the Workplace

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One in ten American workers have experienced tension or stress from recent political discussions in the workplace, according to a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association. Office discussions about current affairs are to be expected, but when opinions and emotions run high, it’s easy for political talk to escalate and irritate sensitivities in other … Read more

Millennials Are Fueling Change in the Workplace

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The millennial generation is the largest age group to enter the workforce since the baby boomer generation and is significantly impacting the way businesses operate. These tenacious individuals will continue to instigate change over the next twenty years, and if employers want to keep productive workers, they will need to make adjustments in their HR … Read more

What Is Talent Management–and Eight Reasons Why You Want It

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Talent management is a strategy used in business to hire, manage, develop, and retain talented employees. Since people are one of the vital assets of a company, talent management plays a key role in making a business successful. An investment in your employees’ skill sets is an investment in your company. Implementing a talent management … Read more

What Are Your Employees Saying about Your Company?

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Technology, combined with the influx of millennials joining the workforce, is making employer branding more important than it has ever been in the past. Companies realize they need to communicate their mission and culture better, and be more transparent about business operations, to attract top talent and customers. Companies are striving to be seen as … Read more

Do You Have a Micromanager Menacing Your Employees?

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Hiring a manager qualified to supervise, delegate and pay attention to details is essential. However, when that same level of scrutiny is applied to every instruction given and coupled with the need to know every little thing–it turns into micromanaging and can harm your business. No one likes to be micromanaged. It’s frustrating, embarrassing, and … Read more

Five Beneficial Skills You’ll Want Your Managers to Learn

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Hiring a person with the ability to answer endless questions, multitask, problem-solve, and navigate a fast-paced environment while keeping calm and collected sounds like a zen master, not a manager. In today’s constantly changing and competitive world, hiring managers who are open to learning, changing, and adapting while staying relaxed and respectful is crucial. Here … Read more

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