Learn How to Improve Teamwork in the Workplace

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Teamwork may be one of the most common buzzwords in the corporate world. But that only underlines its importance, as robust teams build morale, productivity, and profitability, and make problem-solving more effective. There are myriad studies on the value of teamwork. In one report, 86 percent of employees and executives reported that workplace failures were… Read more »

4 Ways to Create an Amazing Company Culture

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Your company culture affects virtually every aspect of your business – from recruitment and retention through ongoing employee engagement and, ultimately, higher productivity and better overall results. Recent research shows that 94 percent of executives and 88 percent of rank-and-file workers believe that a positive culture is essential to a company’s success. To make your… Read more »

How to Help Build Up Your Employees’ Confidence

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As you assess your employees’ skills and growth potential, don’t overlook one of the most critical traits of all: confidence. No matter how smart, educated, or talented they are, people will perform below par if they lack self-confidence. Individuals with healthy levels of it can achieve more new goals and develop better ideas. Plus, they… Read more »

Are Your Employees Stressed? Learn How to Help Them

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Why should you invest in stress management for your employees? As noted by experts at Farleigh Dickinson University, the work impact that symptoms of stress can result in include higher absenteeism, turnover, workers compensation and medical insurance costs, lower morale and productivity, and damage to your employer brand, as word spreads quickly about a company… Read more »

The Importance of Following Up with Candidates after a Job Interview

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Your successful talent recruitment process is a two-way street. You and your company are on trial, just as much as your job applicants. Though it takes time and effort, it’s well worth it to follow up with job seekers after their interview, as part of your overall positive candidate experience. Show your respect. Applying for… Read more »

How to Help Build Up Your Employees’ Confidence

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No matter how smart or skilled your employees are, if they lack confidence, they won’t perform up to their full potential. And they’re going to need your help, guidance, and ongoing support to keep that self-confidence at peak levels. Confidence and productivity go hand in hand. How employees see themselves is vital – and it… Read more »

How to Help Build Up Your Employees’ Confidence

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No matter how smart or skilled your employees are, if they lack confidence, they won’t perform up to their full potential. And they’re going to need your help, guidance, and ongoing support to keep that self-confidence at peak levels. Confidence and productivity go hand in hand. How employees see themselves is vital – and it… Read more »

The Importance of Following Up with Candidates after a Job Interview

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Your successful talent recruitment process is a two-way street. You and your company are on trial, just as much as your job applicants. Though it takes time and effort, it’s well worth it to follow up with job seekers after their interview, as part of your overall positive candidate experience. Show your respect. Applying for… Read more »

What Do You Do if You Have Two Strong Job Candidates?

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It’s a good problem to have – but a problem nonetheless. You’re seeking to fill a business-critical job vacancy, and the field has been narrowed down to two final candidates. Both have sterling resumes and recommendations and have interviewed well. Everything in their backgrounds checks out, and they both have the right education and experience… Read more »

3 Tips for Handling Frustrated Employees

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If one or more of your employees are frustrated, it’s only a matter of time before their performance is negatively impacted. As a result, you will soon become frustrated too. And so will other members of their team. This scenario isn’t fun or productive for anyone involved. As a leader, it’s up to you to… Read more »