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Category Archives: Good Places to Work
via Forbes Only 19% of workers said they were “satisfied” with their jobs. Right Management, a subsidiary of the giant staffing firm ManpowerGroup, just released a new snapshot survey that underlines the dissatisfaction among American workers. At a time of … Continue reading
Businesses and business leaders must be one step ahead of change. Whether you run a small business or a large corporation, you need to be an agent of change. Unfortunately, many organizations suffer from a lack of leadership. Leadership is … Continue reading
Here are a couple of good leadership videos I recommend. One on Zappos and the other about Southwest Airlines. I also added an interesting video delivered at Harvard by J.K. Rowling. Hope you enjoy. Greg Smith | Lead Navigator | … Continue reading
Employee turnover is starting to increase. Employers need to take steps and prevent losing their loyal and skilled workers now. George is an account manager. He has been working for the same employer for the past four years. In the … Continue reading
Nucor Steel is one of the few remaining steel companies in the U.S. To remain competitive in its industry, it focuses on two clear goals: building steel manufacturing facilities economically, and operating the facilities productively. To achieve these goals, Nucor … Continue reading
Successful organizations realize employee engagement and talent management is critical in sustaining their leadership and growth in the marketplace. Attracting, engaging and retaining top talented employees in today’s business environment should be the highest priority. One of the biggest problems … Continue reading
There is a direct correlation between bad management and high employee turnover. Have you ever experienced a situation similar to this? The president of the company was frustrated as he watched the sales slide lower during the past four quarters. … Continue reading