Looking To Be Promoted? Get In Sync With Your Leader

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Leadership has been the mantra of what a great executive is and has the potential to one day be. Everyone talks about leadership and the signals that someone is emerging as a great leader on a specific topic or task. We hold great leaders up and write volumes of books and articles adorning and celebrating… read more

More Workers Now Prefer Hybrid Over Remote

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A new report on the state of workers shows growing preferences toward hybrid work, declining employee engagement and mixed feelings about AI at work. The way employees want to work is still shifting–and in favor of hybrid. Employees are now more likely to prefer hybrid work to remote work, according to a new report from Morning Consult, conducted in January…. read more

Kicking Up Your Onboarding

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Improving your onboarding process can significantly enhance a new employee’s initial impression, solidifying their decision to join and offering an outstanding experience from the start.. The onboarding process is a critical lever in early engagement and retention of new hires at any organization. ADP Research Institute has found that survey respondents at companies with a formal new… read more

Are Personality Tests Actually Useful?

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  -from Time. Ask Erin Mantz why she loves personality tests, and she’ll tell you she’s a Pisces, an only child, and an introvert prone to self-reflection. “I’m constantly craving and searching for insights into why I do what I do, and what makes me tick,” she says. Since discovering them at her college career… read more

From Recruitment to Retention: Building a Culture of Growth with Training

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– by Ainsley Lawrence – Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     Organizational growth is certainly one of the primary aims of most businesses. For growth… read more

Building Resilient Teams Through Learning and Bonding

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– by Ainsley Lawrence – Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     Resilience should be a priority for all organizations. After all, the current business landscape… read more

People Who Uplift Others Often Do These 9 Small Acts of Kindness

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Kindness is a language that everyone understands. It has a unique way of uplifting others and creating a positive impact. And it’s often the small acts of kindness that make the biggest difference. People who regularly uplift others tend to have certain habits, certain small acts of kindness they perform, often without even thinking about… read more

Document Your Payroll Processes: The Why, the What and the How

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Payroll is a complicated process. No one understands this more than the valued professionals in the field responsible for regularly paying employees on time, correctly, and according to the myriad of regional compliance rules and regulations affecting payroll. As discussed in an earlier article, documenting your payroll processes is a critical part of “future-proofing” payroll. Why? Because life happens… read more

Keeping Up-and-Comers From Leaving: How Promotions Tie Into Employee Retention

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It’s a conundrum many organizations face: You want to keep your star employees by propelling them upward and developing new skills — but sometimes, they up and leave. ADP’s vice president of talent management suggests the most effective way to improve employee retention is to think about promotions with more strategy and intention. At first… read more

How To Support Employee Wellness This Holiday Season

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– by Ainsley Lawrence – Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     The holiday season is often considered one of the happiest times of the year…. read more