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How to Keep Your Employees Comfortable in the Summer

Employee comfort is always something business managers, supervisors, and owners should take into consideration. Lack of comfort can lead to disastrous consequences. It can even negatively interfere with team productivity. If you want your employees to do their best all summer long, you need to make their comfort a big priority, period.   Encourage Your Employees to Go for Occasional ...

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Employee Engagement: Leadership Tips for Modern Managers

If you’ve long-endeavored to serve in a leadership capacity, but now you find yourself there and are having difficulty connecting with your subordinates, you might wonder if your desire was misplaced. The good news is, though, that nearly anyone can be an effective manager, so long as they understand how to properly connect with and engage their employees. Here are ...

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14 Entrepreneurs Share Tips On Firing a Team Member

Many will attest that firing an employee or a contractor is one of the hardest decisions you can make in your company. One big challenge that you have to cope with is the emotional aspect that accompanies the process. The remaining team members may also not take it positively depending on how you execute the dismissal. So, when is the ...

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Sales Manager Magic: 4 Strategies for Improvement to Show Your Team

It’s easy to simply describe someone as a natural salesperson, but this ability is often the result of extensive training and application of techniques presented by company leaders. One of the key responsibilities of any sales manager is to turn their workforce into a well-oiled selling machine that operates under cooperative team principles. Each person needs to know what to ...

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Choosing the Best Freelancers for Your Team

As every seasoned manager and CEO knows that having the best mix of employees is what paves the way to success in the long run. No matter how good an idea you have, if you do not have the right employees to see it to completion then it is no good. Many organizations have gone on to hire freelancers. Freelancers ...

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Stay Interviews: What Are They And How Can You Use Them To Your Advantage?

You’ve heard of exit interviews, conducted before an employee leaves an organization. If you aren’t as familiar with stay interviews, it’s time for that to change. Stay interviews help managers learn how to keep their employees happy. Ultimately, they can facilitate a more harmonious and productive work environment, while reducing employee turnover rates. So what exactly is a stay interview? ...

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4 Reasons CEOs Should Never Ignore Employee Feedback during M&A

Every merger and acquisition (M&A) brings in a different set of goals to achieve and issues to tackle. Business leaders, CEO to be precise during M&A ought to confront some of the most baffling challenges to ensure a smooth transition for all the entities involved that includes employees, investors, stakeholders and customers. Today, pulling-off a successful M&A incurs a tremendous ...

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How to Make Self-Scheduling Work for Your Company

The benefits of self-scheduling have been praised time and time again. Studies have shown that high levels of flexibility in the workplace result in healthier employees, which means reduced absenteeism. When employees have more control over their schedule, they are generally happier, which means they are more productive. Furthermore, if employees handle their own schedules, it’s one less thing for ...

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The Benefits of Providing Video Training for Your Clients

As the world becomes more global, so do companies. Many companies have clients in foreign countries. If your company does any kind of client training at all, you know how difficult it can be to train when continents and oceans separate you. That’s where video can give you a big boost. It comes with many benefits. Here are three of ...

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Should You Offer Senior Employees Different Benefits?

Employers and Senior Benefits In 1967, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) was passed. This law requires that all employee benefits be provided in a non-discriminatory manner “unless a statutory exception provides otherwise,” as stated in the Compliance Manual Overview on Employee Benefits found at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In essence, the ADEA provides employers with a ...

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