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Category Archives: Employee Turnover
From my years of experience as a consultant, I have identified a “Top Ten” list of reasons for employee turnover: 1. Management demands that one person do the jobs of two or more people, resulting in longer days and weekend … Continue reading
How to Deal with Poorly Performing Employees One of the biggest issues facing businesses is the failure to deal with poor performing employees. According to an article written by Andy Blumenthal, it costs businesses an estimated $105 billion annually to … Continue reading
“Work is either fun or drudgery. It depends on your attitude. I like fun.” —Colleen C. Barrett President Emerita of Southwest Airlines. Can you put in eight to 10 hours at work every day and still have fun? Many experts … Continue reading
Source: Herman Trend Alert A recent study by the well-respected organization The Corporate Executive Board offers some sage advice for corporate leaders about how to successfully navigate the next year. Speaking on MSNBC, Tom Monahan, Chairman and CEO of this … Continue reading
In today’s economy, every business executive, owner, CEO and president should be asking themselves one important question: “Do I have the talent to take this business to the next level?” If the answer is no, you probably want to begin … Continue reading
Attracting and retaining talented employees is one of the biggest challenges facing every industry today. And one of the major reasons for low retention rates is the employment of bad managers, according to an expert. “Managers are the most influential … Continue reading
SURVEY DATA EXECUTIVE PERKS The Executive Compensation 2007/2008 Survey of 5,300 employers finds 63 percent of organizations offered cell phones to executives as a perk, and an additional 44 percent provided laptops or home PCs in 2007. Source: Compdata Surveys … Continue reading