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Groom Them for Success

September 4, 2015

Don’t have time to sit down with every new or existing employee and go over everything that is important for them to be successful on the job? Why not make a training video? Nothing fancy, just use

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Don’t Waste Your Time Trying to Reduce Employee Turnover

September 4, 2015

Focus on increasing employee retention instead because trying to reduce turnover just focuses on keeping people on the payroll. Increasing retention focuses on keeping the right people on the payroll

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How Would You Answer These Two Simple Questions?

September 4, 2015

If they are not worthy of a raise, why are they still on the payroll? If they are worthy of a raise, why haven’t you given them one? (If they have to be willing to walk out the door to get a r

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Whose Fault Is It Anyway?

September 4, 2015

Who can we blame when our workplace teams aren’t getting along? The Boomers for being technology-laggers? How about Gen Xers for being so self-centered? The Millennials for their sense of entitlemen

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New Recruits Hard to Find?

September 4, 2015

A recent study conducted by the folks at LinkedIn found that, for one-third (33%) of the people who’ve recently taken new jobs, it was also a career change! So, if you’re not looking for new ta

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Do You Make Your Bed Every Morning?

September 4, 2015

Do You Make Your Bed Every Morning?

Believe it or not, this post’s title actually makes a worthwhile interview question. Last year, Naval Adm. William H. McRaven — the man who commanded the SEAL team that hunted for Osama bin Lad

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We Have Two Ears and One Mouth For a Reason

September 4, 2015

And the reason is because we learn a lot more when we're listening rather than talking. So, the more the applicant talks and you listen, the more information and insight you’ll gain. A good gauge is

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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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