Archive for Employee Engagement

Consumption Without Context

Better understanding comes through knowing not only the function but also the meaning of the message.

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Business Impact of The Five Love Languages

There are five “languages” of love and that each one of us has a primary language. If your partner speaks a different “language”, there is a good chance you will not feel loved. So, the idea is to identify your primary love language and your partner’s, then work to use the language the other person responds to best.

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I Am Not A Cheerleader- Well, Maybe I Am!

Isn’t that the real role of a coach? To teach and to let the learner try out the new skills. To encourage all along the way.

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Throw Out HR Terminology

No matter what profession you work in, there will always be terms that flow from your lips easily that other people do not understand. Be mindful of this.

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Importance of Mobile for Employee Referrals

From looking at social sites to texting to taking pictures, people just can’t live without their phones. As companies incorporate mobile into many of their approaches, one great use comes to mind- employee referrals.

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Square Pegs: Keeping Good People At Your Company

Replacing an experienced worker at any age can cost 50 percent or more of the individual’s annual salary in turnover-related costs, with increased costs for jobs requiring specialized skills, advanced training or extensive experience.

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Social Media for HR Executives

Join me for the Social Media for HR Executives conference in NYC 6/25- 6/26.

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Benefits of Connecting Disengaged Employees

The problem is that once an employee reaches the point of coming to HR, it is often too late. Why do companies do this, and what can HR do to help managers shape the culture so that they do not lose valuable employees? The key is getting employees connected.

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