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How to Announce Major Change in the Workplace

There’s a reason the adage “no one likes change” exists. Change represents the unknown, and within an organization it can be scary for many people and met with resistance. However, how you approach change in the workplace can prevent some of the negative aftermath of a big change announcement. Take these precautions to ensure your transition goes as smoothly as possible:Read More

Hiring Today: The Importance of Transparency & Timing

It's no secret that Millennials, now the largest class of working Americans, are accelerating change in today's workforce. From working conditions to cultural changes, companies looking to attract and retain new talent are evolving their practices for the better. This doesn’t end with company's daily operations, it trickles down to the hiring process. Hiring and retaining top talent continues to be a top challenge for employers so why not take the time to review your current process?  When it comes to job hunting, today's talent is ( . . . . . . . . )

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How Your Culture Impacts Your Bottom Line

It's likely you've heard about the positive impact a healthy corporate culture can have on your company. But perhaps it seems so obvious that you haven't stopped to really think about the subtle connection between your company’s culture and its profitability. Good company culture doesn’t just result in a workforce that enjoys hanging out with each other, but also increased talent, higher retention, increased efficiency and more innova ( . . . . . . . . )

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Performance Management for your Contingent Workforce

When people work for you, there's a set of expectations to do right by them when it comes to performance management. But the rules are different when you're managing a contractor who isn't fully employed by your company. How do you motivate someone you don't have formal authority over? How do you keep them invested in company goals when they don't reap the same benefits as full-time employees?Read More

7 Management Success Tips for Any Stage of Your Career

Being an effective manager is a skill you should never stop improving. It's a privilege and a vital part of any successful business. Typically, people are granted a position to manage others based on their performance, work ethic, and ability to help others both directly and indirectly. The first time you become a manager it can be both positive and overwhelming. Management requires skills across a wide variety of areas; especially soft skills such as c ( . . . . . . . . )

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5 Ways to Engage with Employees (And Improve Morale)

Today, the best leaders are doing everything they can to engage with employees. This goes well beyond throwing an annual holiday party. There's team-building activities, group volunteer and fitness events, group cooking classes, you name it. Why? Because to this generation's a ( . . . . . . . . )

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Why Your Failures Will Lead to Your Success

When you think of the word "failure," what comes to mind? Probably a dark gloomy cloud, something you try to avoid, or perhaps a memory from your past saying, "failure is not an option." The truth is, epic failure happens to most successful people. How can you know where to improve if you n ( . . . . . . . . )

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5 Questions Great Leaders Ask Their Teams

As leaders, we often want to "lead by example" through our actions and solutions to solving problems. However sometimes, it's good to take a step back and ask your team to do the problem solving, even when they're at a standstill. Your team members are the ( . . . . . . . . )

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Make Work Meaningful for your Contractors

As a manager, it’s your job to make work meaningful for your team members. It keeps them motivated and invested in the work. But what about your temporary employees? Their investment is just as important to your team perf ( . . . . . . . . )

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