More than 70% of employees feel more engaged with their employer if they are told about the organization’s goals, objectives and activities. How well do you communicate with your staff?
More and more companies are using computer programs to screen applicants for a job. The problem is that they can over-screen and eliminate many qualified individuals who don’t fit past profiles of candidates.
While you don’t need to be best friends with everyone you work with, dealing with a coworker that causes you stress will hurt your performance and possibly damage your reputation if projects are completed on time. Here are some tips for dealing with the problem colleague.
Some employees love to pepper their managers with questions about a strategy or steps to complete a project. While that can actually be helpful, it can also be a detriment to getting work done. Here are some ideas on how managers can address the person who always wants their own way.
During a job hunt, you might be happy to get one offer. But what happens when you get two offers at the same time. Here are some tips on how you can evaluate them so you end up in the job that is right for you.
A lot of organizations are expressing the need to improve their staff diversity. But progress continues to be slow. Your approach to diversity will benefit you in many ways.
Admitting your error and saying sorry is the right thing to do whether you are the boss or not. But if you are the boss, it is even more important as it demonstrates humility and your moral values.
A survey shows 83 percent of CEOs want their workers back in the office as soon as people are fascinated against the Coronavirus. The problem is that only 10 percent of workers want to come back.
A job can be like a relationship. If you don’t put in the work, it can grow stale. If you job no longer excites you and you are tempted to move on, think through some of these ideas.
Respect in the workplace is a two-way street. What happens when you face someone who never shows respect, or is insubordinate?
We had hoped that Covid would be behind us by now. But now that its ramifications continue, leaders should focus on things to keep their employees healthy and productive.
The ‘work at home’ phenomenon is new for many organizations and managers. Assessing the performance of those who work remotely is a work in progress. It won’t be perfect in its early days.
In order to be helpful, evaluations must be structured effectively or they may be perceived as a waste of time.
With more and more of your team members working from home these days, you may be faced with having to welcome new employees via teleconference. Onboarding new employees who work remotely present some challenges, but it’s not impossible to get them up to speed quickly.