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The Good Side of Turnover

February 25, 2015

The goal is not to eliminate turnover, but to manage it. Not all turnover is bad. Without turnover, an organization will stagnate. The challenge is to determine where and what level of turnover

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High Potential vs. High Producer

February 25, 2015

The difference between these two desirable types of recruits or employees are that the High Producer is a proven entity who makes the numbers now, while the High Potential is a promising. potentially

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Reducing Employee Turnover vs. Increasing Retention

February 25, 2015

The goal should not be to eliminate turnover, but to increase retention. Reducing turnover is easy. All you have to do is hire and tolerate mediocre employees. They’re the ones who never leave.

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When It Comes to Underperforming Employees, STOP Worrying About Sunk Cost

February 25, 2015

According to Wikipedia, in economics and business decision-making, a sunk cost is a cost that has already been incurred and cannot be recovered. Sunk costs are sometimes contrasted with prospective co

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Sir Francis Bacon said:

February 25, 2015

“Knowledge is power.” And it was certainly true back in his era (the 1600’s). Today, however, thanks to the Internet, knowledge can no longer be held and managed only by the few. Were h

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How to Ask for a Raise

February 25, 2015

Over the years, I have found that the best way to ask for a raise is to just ask a simple question that does not put your manager on the spot or imply that you might leave your job. Simple and straigh

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A Little Recognition Goes a Long Way

February 25, 2015

A Little Recognition Goes a Long Way

The #1 employee complaint has long been that they get little or no recognition or appreciation. (Most often, this is because at least 40% of management attention is devoted to dealing with the underpe

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M. Kleiman Question 1

Uncommon Common Sense

Certified Speaking Professional Mel Kleiman shares the common sense questions you need to ask yourself before you hire anyone.
 
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