Five Things to Make You a Better Leader

Leadership is one of the most important qualities a manager can have. It means that your team will follow orders. It means you can develop new policies and procedures, and know they’ll be followed. It means your team will respect you. But leadership isn’t always easy. It has to be constantly developed, just like everything… Read more »

Tips to Increase Employee Retention

Keeping your employees is important. When someone knows your procedures and policies leaves your company, you are going to have to recruit, hire and train to replace them. That’s time-consuming for you. It’s also costly. It can cost from 30% to 50% of an entry-level salary just to find a new person. What are the… Read more »

What Should You Include on Your Resume?

Your resume is a vitally important job-hunting document. It’s a quick summary of your experience and qualifications for the job. It needs to contain all the information employers need to know to interview you. What should your resume include? Here’s the rundown. Contact information The organization you’re applying to needs to find you in order… Read more »

How to Engage With Millennial Employees

Engagement with all employees is crucial for a smoothly functioning and productive company. But it’s especially important to employees of the millennial generation, those in their mid-twenties to thirties now. Why? First, they are expected to make up half of all global employees by 2020. That’s just over two years away. If you don’t engage… Read more »

How to Engage Better With Your Employees

Engagement at work can be difficult to measure. But you can see the signs when your employees aren’t engaged. They may fail to go the extra mile in production. All of a sudden, they are frequently 5 or even 10 minutes late. They don’t come back from breaks on time. They once went out to… Read more »

Retain Your Best Employees With These Tips

Retention of your best employees is important to your business since replacing people takes time and money. You have to advertise, go through a hiring process and train. While you are down an employee, productivity suffers. It also takes time. Everyone from the hiring manager to personnel has to make time in their schedule for… Read more »

How Much Does Employee Turnover Really Cost?

Everyone agrees that employee turnover costs a company. Production that would have happened doesn’t while a replacement is recruited. That’s one cost. Recruiting itself — writing a job posting, receiving resumes and going through them — requires expense and time by either the hiring managers or the human resources department. Interviews take time away from… Read more »

Do You Know What Your Employees Desire?

When assessing hiring and turnover, it’s good to know what your employees want. What makes a workplace desirable to them? Benefits and Perks Are Key The answers may surprise you. Benefits and perks are nearly as important as salary considerations. Sixty percent of employees weigh the benefits and perks of a job as a major… Read more »

Do You Know How to Help Reduce Employee Turnover?

Employee turnover can cost a company up to two times an employee’s annual salary. In fact, the costs can be even more for key positions or those, like sales, that help to generate revenue. It stands to reason, then, that employers want to reduce employee turnover as much as they can. They want to keep… Read more »

When Is the Right Time to Make a Career Move?

How do you know it’s time to make a career move? Maybe you think of yourself as relatively happy in your job, but all of a sudden that’s changing. Maybe you want new responsibilities or a higher salary. When do you know it’s time to actually start the process of leaving? Here are four tips… Read more »

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