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What New Hires Want

Knowing new hire needs can be difficult when all you have to go off of is interviews and applications. New hires want to make a good first impression, but the first few days of employment are a two-way street. You should impress them just as much as they should impress...

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Building A Diverse Workforce

There’s no better way to reflect the world we live through your company in than by ensuring that you employ a diverse range of staff. Having a diverse workforce pays dividends for both company morale and employee retention. Our VP of Operations, Michelle Stedman, explores the importance of diversity in the workplace.

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Organizations Thrive with Succession Planning

A top reason employees leave their current job is because they don’t have career advancements or promotional opportunities. Succession planning helps prepare employees for advancement and helps the organization prepare for the future.

Succession planning can be vital to keep employees invested in your company. Employers that implement succession...

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How To Unlock Hidden Employee Talent

When skill gaps interfere with daily work, that doesn’t mean it’s time to look for the next best employee. It means it’s time to create top talent from your existing staff. Not all employees will be the best of the best right from the start. It’s your job to provide...

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How to Impress a New Hire on Their First Day

First impressions have always been important, but the first impression your new hires gets of the company will most likely determine if they continue working for you or not. According to a SHRM study , half of all senior outside hires fail within 18 months in a new position and...

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What Kind of Leader Are You?

Leadership styles of executives dictate the outcome of operational success. A positive leader engages employees and motivates them daily. A negative leader impacts turnover and leaves employees feeling defeated. What kind of leader are you?

A leader that acts as a mediator enables employees to produce their best work...

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Bridging the Gap with Learning Management

Learning management can bridge the gap between employee goals and company strategies. All employees have development opportunities and skills that they can improve. Making it easy to access a centralized learning system simplifies training processes and employees are more prepared to complete their daily tasks.

When employees are continually...

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Why Company Culture Impacts Your Turnover

Companies are no longer just striving to create a product or service that is better than the competitor. In this shifting people management environment they must create a work environment that is better and more fulfilling for the employee. Poor company culture makes employees feel undervalued and increases turnover, while...

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