When one year has ended and a new one has started, we tend to look back at the months and reflect on all we did. At work, we look at our yearly or quarterly goals and track their completion and … Continue reading
Whether you’re aware of it or not, your company is defined by it’s internal culture. How your employees interact with each other, vendors and customers is all part of your company’s culture.
Culture drives your company. It helps you attract the … Continue reading
Training employees takes time and costs companies thousands (or more) a year. That’s why most employers would agree increased retention and lower turnover is a key hiring initiative.
It’s no surprise then, that 84 percent of employers have a recognition program … Continue reading
When you constantly see reports describing millennials, the generation born between 1984 and 2004, as lazy or entitled, it might be easy to think you don’t need them in your business model.
However, if your company’s like most, you’re probably having … Continue reading
Even if you don’t currently have a formal leadership position with your employer, it pays to develop leadership skills. Leadership ability indicates to an employer (current or future) that you’re a team player, and can work well with others, even … Continue reading