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A Little Recognition Goes a Long Way

January 30, 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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Do Not Treat Your Employees Equally

January 30, 2015

THE CONTAINER STORE BELIEVES: 3 BAD EMPLOYEES = 1 OKAY EMPLOYEE 3 OKAY EMPLOYEES = 1 GOOD EMPLOYEE 3 GOOD EMPLOYEES = 1 GREAT EMPLOYEE And, as you know, it ain't easy to find great e

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Go to Your Room!

January 30, 2015

Why don't we treat our employees as the adults they are? Why do they need to bring you a doctor's excuse when they've been ill? (If you can't trust them, why are they on the payroll?) And what is prog

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Dealing with Performance Issues

January 30, 2015

Dealing with Performance Issues

When employees are not pulling their own weight, out of fairness, your first assumption should be that they haven't been properly trained and the remedy is to give them the particular training (time m

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Mind Your Employee R.O.I

January 30, 2015

According to Wikipedia, "Return on investment (ROI) is the benefit to the investor resulting from an investment of some resource." When it comes to your employees, a good rule of thumb in this reg

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Free Massage, Anyone?

January 30, 2015

Whether we're talking customers or employees, your key to success with both is to know exactly what it is they want. Dollars to donuts, the things that are important to you, aren't on their lists. Cas

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The 5 reasons active applicants are better than passive candidates

January 30, 2015

Most active job applicants either don’t have a job because of something out of their control (like layoffs or mergers) or they are still working, but are looking for a better situation. I have to ad

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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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