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What’s the real cost of employee disengagement?

As a communications and engagement specialist, do you find you’re in a constant battle trying to justify your value to management? When business leaders place too much significance on numbers, leaving non-revenue generating roles under scrutiny, it can be difficult to define your worth numerically. This is especially hard when traditional metrics and KPIs that […]

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5 Rules for Handling a PR Crisis in Your Business

It doesn’t matter how hard you try to do the right thing, your business isn’t immune from experiencing the occasional PR crisis. And when you do experience a crisis, it’s imperative that you have a plan in place for handling the issue before it balloons into a bigger problem. Don’t Wait for a PR Crisis […]

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6 Best Assessment Tools for Hiring

You may already know the importance of the first impression the resume makes on the HR executive handling recruitments. Beyond the cover letters, when employers look to hire potential candidates, they assess the profiles based on 3 main factors — the skill-set, psychometric analysis, and behavioural analysis. General staffing agency, Randstad says: Employers initially filter […]

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5 Surprising Benefits of On-The-Job Training

Are you in the process of onboarding a new employee? Determining how best to train them can be a difficult choice. There are several approaches but on-the-job training has its benefits. It can save you money and build confidence in your new employee. Read on to learn about the 5 surprising benefits of on-the-job training. […]

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Should You Outsource Your Employee Training?

In today’s competitive world, people will look at your value proposition and compare it with other companies’. One of the ways you can stand out from the crowd is offering better service and more knowledgeable employees. You might decide to take care of the training in-house, or identify the training needs of your employees and […]

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8 Safety Tips You Can Follow While Working in a Warehouse

Every year, there are about 3 million Americans who suffer from workplace-related injuries and illnesses. Many of these injuries and illnesses take place inside of warehouses where people are routinely subjected to dangerous working conditions. If you own a warehouse or help run one, you should take the right steps to keep your employees safe. […]

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5 Ways To Take Care Of Your Employees

As a business owner and a boss, the wellbeing and happiness of your employees should be high on your list of priorities, if not at the very top. After all, your employees are the most important part of your business, and without them, you probably wouldn’t have a business at all. Employees who feel genuinely […]

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4 Fun Ways Promote Cohesion Between Your Employees

If there is one thing which can quickly damage your business’ profitability it would be a team that simply doesn’t work together. It’s like a chain with a few missing links. The only way forward is to repair the chain so that everything stays nicely together and works as a single unit with one goal […]

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What you Need to Set up a Commercial Kitchen

A commercial kitchen is a very sensitive place that can be likened to a production center. It is here where food is cooked, prepared and plated before being served to customers. Kitchens are designed to handle food production while ensuring efficiency, quality, safety and hygiene of the food produced. Regardless of whether you are planning […]

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5 Off-the-Wall Ideas to Energize Your Staff

As long as businesses have existed, business owners have worked to improve the production levels of their employees. Indeed, though there are a myriad of ways to motivate your team members to reach greater heights, few employers truly tap into innovative means of energizing their staff. With that in mind, today we’re going to explore […]

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7 Tips For Hiring Nurses During The Nursing Talent Shortage

If doctors are the hands and feet of a medical practice or hospital, then nurses are the backbone of it. That’s why choosing the right nursing professionals is critical whether your organization is large or small. The challenge today, though, is finding high-quality nurses in the middle of the current nursing talent shortage. In fact, […]

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4 Tips For Encouraging Teamwork Amongst Your Employees

Having a team which you know will support each other and be able to seamlessly integrate their efforts together in order to produce a great product is essential for a strong business. Without having a team behind you who you know can get the job done without arguing or creating a stressful environment, you may […]

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5 Tips For Retaining Good Employees

When it comes to running a business, it’s important to have a strong team behind you.  Without a dependable group of employees who you know you can count on, you will find that everything starts to unravel quickly. Some business owners make the mistake of assuming that good employees come along easily.  However, it’s important […]

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The World Wide Web Of Bossing Leadership

Bosses want one thing in the workplace – respect. Once you have that, people may hate or disagree with you, but they’ll listen and follow. Without leadership, a manager doesn’t have the tools to run an efficient and successful team and that reflects poorly. Often, bosses that aren’t cut out for the top jobs get […]

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