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The Beatings Won’t Stop Until the Morale Improves

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

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Improve Employee Job Satisfaction and Retain Your Best People

Imagine–you have been working late to finish an important project when one of your best employees walks into your office and tells you she has been offered a better job. This is the same person you handpicked, trained and recently … Continue reading

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Five Strategies That Drive Employee Engagement and Employee Retention

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

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Job Satisfaction Factors Lead to Becoming an “Employer of Choice”

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

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What Women Want in the Workplace

WHAT WOMEN WANT IN THE WORKPLACE Many businesses fail to understand the diversity in the demographics that comprise their workforce. What attracts, retains and creates job satisfaction for each demographic group is different. What motivates male hourly employees varies significantly … Continue reading

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Employee Turnover Rates Improve By Hiring the Right People

Controlling Employee Turnover and Addressing Disengagement with a Complete System “…retention of top talent is impacted most by the ability to provide meaningful work and a culture where people are passionate about what they do …” –Matthew W. Schuyler, Hilton’s … Continue reading

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Bad Bosses Force Good People to Quit

Scott Adams has never been a fan of management. Adam’s cynical view of work life is illustrated in his Dilbert cartoons. In the November 6-7 edition of the Wall Street Journal, he said, “The primary purpose of management is to … Continue reading

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