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Employee Development Is the New Company Asset: 3 Reasons Why You Should Invest

Employee development. It’s a common term thrown around in the HR world and used a lot within recruiting, but not much action is ever taken on trying ...
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2019 HR Trends to Disrupt the Norm

The business of building innovative HR solutions has grown exponentially over the past few years and is expected to climb to $30 billion by 2025. HR professionals are looking beyond the benefits and salary of a job and are wanting an organization with easy-to-use solutions which improve their work life.
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Tips for Remote Workers - How to Avoid Loneliness and Burnout

It’s Monday morning and Jane, a marketing associate, begins her workday by pouring a cup of coffee and getting cozy in her home office. Jane is a remote worker. With the flexibility of hours and location, Jane can work from anywhere at any time as long as she keeps her manager in the loop.
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5 Management Mistakes Hindering Employee Performance

Gallup reports only 32.5% of U.S. employees are engaged in their work, which is a shame, because engagement lays the foundation for improving employee performance. Gallup also reports at least 70% of variance in employee engagement can be attributed to managers.
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Skills Gap: How It Impacts Your Team & How to Solve for It

CareerBuilder recently released some unsettling news about the skills gap, and it’s not something that only affects one sector or industry. Before you think that this doesn’t necessarily affect your company, it should be noted that their findings suggest this is a challenge felt by everyone.
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Managing Low Performers: When Enough is Enough

  Managers are regularly faced with tough decisions. Deciding when to let someone go isn’t easy, especially if all the options haven’t been weighed and today’s growing skills gap puts every decision a manager makes under the microscope. The need for qualified talent is growing, but availability of the right candidates seems to be shrinking.
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The Psychology of Making Bad Decisions at Work

  Employees make mistakes all the time. Whether it’s a failure to document something, CCing the wrong person in an email thread, or any of the several other legal mistakes that can cost your company; employees always seem to be between one mistake and the next. But how do these mistakes happen? Why does it feel like people are making more mistakes on a regular basis nowadays? What do you do about these mistakes? As it turns out, there are answers to all of these questions, and it's often about how you look at the problem.
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