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How to determine if you should work to help a struggling employee

How to determine if you should work to help a struggling employee

From Fast Company
Hiring is an investment—not just in salary and training—but also in recruiting, interviewing, and onboarding. When a hire doesn’t work out, you go back to the drawing board on the whole system.
5 morale-boosting strategies to try right now

5 morale-boosting strategies to try right now

From Fast Company
Team morale is the spirit of a group formed by their mental and emotional state that motivates them to succeed. If a team is satisfied and optimistic, morale is high. But if a team is disengaged and frustrated, morale is low.
Do sweat the small stuff: Why planning the little things matters for your business

Do sweat the small stuff: Why planning the little things matters for your business

From The Zapier Blog
When people talk about planning, it's often broken down into four types: strategic, operational, tactical, and contingency.
The Importance of Having and Sharing a Vision

The Importance of Having and Sharing a Vision

From HR Daily Advisor
Many managers understand the need for having and sharing a vision, at least in principle, but are lacking in the execution. Specifically, they underestimate just how difficult it can be to establish and reinforce that comprehension.
5 Steps to Gaining Employee Support During a Transformation

5 Steps to Gaining Employee Support During a Transformation

From HR Daily Advisor
Understanding the nature of resistance to change is the first step toward overcoming it and moving forward in a transformation.
6 Habits of Productive Printers

6 Habits of Productive Printers

From Printing News
The pandemic has turned life upside down, but it hasn’t been the end of the world for some in the printing industry.
Encouraging Ownership

Encouraging Ownership

From HR Daily Advisor
Companies shouldn’t take it for granted that their employees know what ownership means and how important it is to the organization.
How to recognize the most influential people in your office

How to recognize the most influential people in your office

From Fast Company
In your office, there are certain people who are considered influencers. These are the people who may not have the authority to make decisions, but do have the leverage to influence decisions.
Survey: one in three workers may quit if required to return to office full time

Survey: one in three workers may quit if required to return to office full time

From Talent Canada
More companies are calling workers back to the office, but will they readily return?