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6 Tips on How to Onboard New Hires

Hiring great employees can be quite tricky. Sourcing and attracting new talent require a huge amount of effort and money especially when companies are hiring en masse. Do you know […]

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Author: Mollie Pendexter

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5 Effective Habits To Boost Employee Engagement

2018 is the Year of Employee Engagement Forbes named 2018 the year of the employee experience as it has become the secret weapon for a successful business. Employers are now looking […]

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Author: Mollie Pendexter

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5 Reasons Why Employee Engagement is Becoming More Relevant in 2018

Employee engagement has been a buzz-worthy phrase for years and it has become more relevant in 2018. Find out why below. Businesses cannot overlook the importance of employee engagement. Higher […]

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Author: Mollie Pendexter

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How to Rock Employee Recognition?

Employee Recognition In a recent survey conducted by O.C Tanner, they found out that employee recognition is the “key driver of great work”. In a recent Glassdoor study, over 80 […]

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Author: Mollie Pendexter

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10 Inspirational Quotes That Promote Teamwork in the Workplace

Building a team is one thing but keeping them motivated and engaged is another. Deadlines, challenging targets, and failures can affect their spirit and zeal to work, which can lead […]

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Author: Mollie Pendexter

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5 Things Companies Do to Create a Fun Workplace and Happy Employees

Business analysts know that it takes more than a solid salary and successful company to create a fun workplace. Employee culture, morale, and loyalty are all key to the sustainability […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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5 Attributes a Boss Possesses that Can Kill Motivation

There are universal attributes of a great boss. Confidence, compassion, vision, and inspiration are widely sought after traits within leadership teams. However, great power yields great influence. While bosses have […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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My Employees Get a Paycheck, Why Should I do More?

Business analyst Jason Evanish uncovered a hard truth: losing a single employee can cost a company tens of thousands of dollars. The process of sourcing, interviewing, and hiring a replacement […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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An Arm and a Leg: The Cost of Disengaged Employees

The cost of disengaged employees Entrepreneur reported in 2015 that disengaged employees cost businesses between $450-550 billion a year; a figure which has remained relatively unchanged. This giant, largely preventable […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

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How To Avoid Discouraging Your Employees

When in a leadership position within a company, it can be easy to dismiss exactly how much control you have. In reality, those in a position of authority have the […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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Employees with low engagement are 4 times more likely to resign

Does your staff show up to work? Not just physically, but mentally as well? If they don’t, it’s possible that it might not be because they are bad employees, but […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

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A Little Goes a Long Way – Employee Recognition and its Rewards

In our endeavor to uncover and explicate the key drivers of employee engagement, we turn our attention to the importance of employee recognition in organizations’ efforts to engage and retain […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

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3 Reasons To Have Engaged Employees

It’s a well-known statement that attitude is everything. While employees are being evaluated for their performance in the office, their levels of engagement within the office is almost just as […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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B to E: The Next Generation of Corporate Communication

There’s an ice cream shop down the street from our office that has a seemingly improbable Help Wanted sign posted. Aside from stating the tasks and general pay rate, the […]

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Author: Tod Browndorf

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Three Budget-Friendly Employee Rewards and Perks

Employee Rewards and Perks It’s no secret that employee rewards and perks are a guaranteed way to increase employee engagement. However, many offices are hesitant to utilize this tool, fearing […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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5 Easy Ways to Increase Employee Morale

Anyone who has been in a company with low employee morale can feel how contagious and dangerous the mindset is. The attitude is both immediately noticed and difficult to eliminate, […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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Employee Engagement Benefits

Employees are the heart and soul of any business. You can have the best idea, the most innovative product, or the most unique and enticing corporate identity, but without the […]

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Author: Janine Ordman

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Top 4 Office Party Planning Tips

Few things bring an office together quite like a celebration. However, office party planning can be a daunting task. Organizing a successful, inclusive, and fun event for company members is […]

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Author: Camilla Marais

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Employee Retention Is Better for Business

The staggering annual cost of employee disengagement is approximately $450 billion! It turns out that a low employee retention rate is a major contributor to this amount and links to […]

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Author: Janine Ordman
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