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Category Archives: Human Resource Management
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
Money may attract employees to the front door, but something else has to keep them from going out the back. Managing people takes an entirely different approach than it did just a year ago. Managers and supervisors must place equal … Continue reading
Successful organizations realize talent management and employee engagement is critical in sustaining their leadership and growth in the marketplace. Attracting and retaining top talented employees in today’s labor market should be the highest priority. 60% of surveyed talent leaders are … Continue reading
Greg Smith’s television interview about five things businesses need to do to improve employee retention and job satisfaction. Filmed at the SHRM National conference in San Diego. http://ow.ly/27Jf7 Greg Smith | Lead Navigator | 770-860-9464 | … Continue reading
Here is an excerpt from a Job satisfaction survey conducted by OPM reveals key satisfaction factors driving employee satisfaction. Job satisfaction is fast becoming a key indicator in how agencies measure whether or not they are an “employer of choice.” … Continue reading
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