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  • Even Your Satisfied Employees Are Job Hunting in January

    It is perhaps the most popular New Year's resolution, right up there with losing weight, quitting smoking and going back to school. And right now your current employees are attempting to upgrade to greener pastures, because as the calendar … Read more...

  • Why You Haven't Heard a New Idea in a Long Time

    For creativity to take place, an individual must feel appreciated, positive, safe, free from stress and threats to their identity, and know that their new ideas will be appreciated, not ridiculed. The job characteristics also influence … Read more...

  • 7 Keys to Influencing Public Perception

    There’s a common theme running through all of this: Pay attention. Really, it starts and ends with the attention you pay to every aspect of your business, from the people on the front lines to the person in the corner office and everyone … Read more...

  • 5 Ways to Manage Organizational Change

    The ability to successfully introduce and execute organizational change is attained by winning support of the workers. If the employees are not holistically involved in change management, they are likely to show resistance in acceptance and … Read more...

  • More Jobs Coming Back to US from Overseas

    It's a familiar story: labor costs get too high, so management decides it will be best, in the long-run, to send jobs to another country. Only this time, the story has a twist ending. It is China – long considered an oasis of exceedingly … Read more...

  • 10 Easy Ways to Reward Employees

    Some bosses feel a paycheck is the only reward an employee needs. But employees want to feel that their hard work is appreciated, whether they are paid minimum wage or a six-figure salary. Read more...

  • Entrepreneurs: Why Risk-takers Reap the Rewards

    When the dream depends on betting your bank account, your fame, or even your very life, even the proudest thrill seekers can succumb to caution's warm embrace. Ronald Heifetz, leadership expert and professor at Harvard University's John F. … Read more...

  • Are Employers Contributing to America's Skills Gap?

    Policies trying to address the purported skills gap should look at ways to implement and improve training programs. Rather than expecting schools to take up the burden of teaching skills best learned on the job, employers should look at … Read more...

  • What Is Your Company's Personality Style?

    Just as people have different personality styles, organizations have different styles, too. An organization's style or culture is influenced by many factors -- by the person or people who started it, by its current leaders, and by the … Read more...

  • Why Employers Should Care About America's Income Gap

    The numbers suggest the real income of the poor is holding steady; it is the soaring income of those at the top that is widening the gap. Why then should that one number -- the difference between the top and the bottom -- be of concern? … Read more...

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