employee engagement

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Performance Tracking and Millennials

As the traditional annual performance review is becoming more obsolete, Millennials are looking for a more fluid way to engage with their managers. Not all performance tracking has to be conducted on an annual schedule, creating distance between a company’s workforce and managers. Considering a regular and more personal way...

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Five Benefits of Having a Millennial Workforce

The Millennial generation, individuals born between 1982 and 2004 , are stepping into leadership positions more rapidly than you might think. Having a diverse, open-minded work environment is never a bad thing, which is why Millennials are crucial to organizational success . Five benefits of having Millennials in your workplace...

Building a Construction Dream Team

Building a Construction Dream Team

We recently shared our insight on BOSS Magazine about building a construction industry team. Read our article to learn all about embracing diversity, creating mentor relationships, engaging your workforce and instilling leadership!

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Add Value to Your Training With Video

Starting a new job without training is like swimming for the first time – it’s actually drowning.

It goes without saying that training is a vital part of the onboarding process but it can also be expensive and time consuming if you’re using outdated training methods because seminars, classes,...

Onboarding vs. orientation

Onboarding and Orientation Aren’t the Same and You Should Be Using Both

Too often companies fall into the habit of talking about onboarding and overlook the importance of orientation and the effect it can have on retention. There’s a distinct difference between the two. Onboarding builds an employee for their long-term career at your company and orientation provides them with the confidence...

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No, Onboarding Is Not Orientation, but It Is Crucial

Onboarding is undervalued – and sometimes, misunderstood. Many companies mistake orientation for onboarding. Orientation introduces the employee to the straightforward processes and procedures they need to know. It includes signing employees up for benefits, getting familiar with payroll, receiving company ID, and understanding the paperwork to be filled in in different situations.

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