April 23, 2019

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Company Culture 23 January 2019
How Kindness Increases Employee Performance: Using the Golden Rule at Work
Joan Elmore
We all know the value of the Golden Rule. Nobody has to convince any of us that kindness can change the world. I’ve just been thinking a lot lately about how it might change our performance at work. Would kindness at work make us better at our jobs?
Succession Planning 26 December 2018
Pathways: Benefits for Candidates and Employees
Dillon Chen
Pathways usually contain current positions and responsibilities, as well as a “pathway” of new milestones, trainings, evaluations, and feedback in order to progress within the organization. Ideally, pathways should exist for each candidate, employee, and position within your company.
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Succession Planning 19 December 2018
How to Overcome Common Obstacles when Hiring Internally
Wendy Dailey
Everyone loves the story of the spunky kid who starts in the mail room and works his/her way to the top. It’s the “American Dream” that with some hard work, you too can make it to CEO. And many leaders say that they want to promote from within when they can. At the same time, many of those leaders make mistakes as they attempt to help staff to build a career.
Performance Management 10 October 2018
How to Conduct Performance Reviews: Advice from Employees
Joan Elmore
Performance evaluations can feel like a drudgery all around. Another "To-Do" in the middle of a thousand more important things. And most likely, employees aren’t jumping around in excitement to learn about how they’re measuring up.
Company Culture 07 May 2018
What is Diversity in The Workplace?
Isabella A
What is diversity in the workplace

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Training and Development 10 April 2019
7 Abilities to Look for When Hiring Graduates
Diana Adjadj
Graduates make great candidates as they are generally well-educated and happy to learn. They are newly independent are looking to work hard and make money. University will have taught them a lot, so they’ll have some decent experience to bring to the table. There are, however things to look out for when hiring graduates.
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Training and Development 03 April 2019
Best Approach to Nurture Skills in Employees
Stella Lincoln
Employees are the real asset for any company. To run a business successfully, you have to keep constantly elevating the skill level of the workers. How well a business is doing is directly proportional to the performance of the employees working in that organization. A mindset of milking the best out of the workforce won’t yield the best results. There is a method to it.
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Performance Management 20 March 2019
How to Refocus Workers and Improve Productivity
Kelsy Ketchum
It’s natural for employees to get distracted sometimes. No one’s a robot who can stay focused all day, every day. But when distractions are becoming more common than actual time spent on work, and productivity is suffering, you need to act. It can be hard to know how to refocus your employees without sacrificing employee engagement or closely monitoring how workers use their time, but it’s doable.

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