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6 Ways to Become the Company Where Everyone Wants to Work

The US is facing a talent shortage — a shortage to the tune of 6.6 million jobs! The competition is fierce. And that’s why employer branding has become an important part of talent acquisition and retention. In fact, it may be just as important as the marketing strategies you use to woo customers. Here are my six go-to strategies that benefit both employers and employees.
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It’s Customer Service Week! How Will You Celebrate?

We all appreciate good customer service but don’t always take time to recognize it. This year, make a point of showing your appreciation to employees who really understand your customer base by celebrating Customer Service Week. Here are a few of our favorite ways to celebrate!
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How We’ve Used the Crush It Program to Boost Company Culture

When I assumed my new position in talent engagement and culture, I began the process of researching the tactics and programs that have worked for other companies. Knowing I was responsible for driving engagement and culture among our internal and external employees, I wanted something that could make an immediate impact. Thankfully, I found a video clip about the Crush It program.
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Don’t Overlook These 5 Professional Growth Opportunities

Today’s workplace is ever evolving, and though most companies usually offer training to help you expand your skills and stay relevant in your industry, there may be professional growth opportunities you’re overlooking at your current employer. Here are just a few areas of professional development you can start taking advantage of today.
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4 Steps to Achieving Work-Life Balance

Work-life balance sounds good in theory, but it can be so difficult to achieve. It's something I’ve strived to achieve for most of my career. I had the pleasure of speaking on this topic back in June at Engage, a staffing and recruiting conference. Here's part of what I shared at the conference!
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Is Workplace Culture as Important as They Say? [Infographic]

What does workplace culture really mean? Why is it important? How can employers build a better culture? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this infographic!
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Join the Conversation! I Learn Best When…

Most workplaces offer some form of employee training. Training formats can range from getting hands-on experience to reading user manuals to watching online videos. It’s so important to take different learning styles into consideration when developing a training program.
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5 Training Tips from Companies with Awesome Employee Development Programs

Employee training programs are an important part of both individual and organizational development. When you invest in staff, you’re also making a huge investment in your business. If you’re looking to give your training programs a boost, take a cue from these companies with great training programs.
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The #1 Employee Training Mistake Businesses Make – And How to Avoid It

One of the biggest mistakes businesses can make when developing a training program is waiting for perfection. Perfection has no business in, well, business, and in many instances, it can actually get in the way of business productivity. Learn more and read our top 7 employee training tips!
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Join the Conversation! How Can Employers Help New Employees Feel Welcome?

Starting a new job is stressful. It’s almost like being the new kid in school! It’s also an exciting time for both the employee and the employer, and so it should be a positive experience. A warm welcome can boost job satisfaction, productivity, and retention – a win-win! I recently asked my team to share their strategies for welcoming new employees.
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You Don’t Have to Be Friends with Coworkers — But It Does Make Work More Fun

Creating relationships at work is important. It helps develop your career, build trust, and work more effectively. And, it’s a heck of a lot more fun! Building relationships in the workplace is often easier said than done. There are a number of ways to build strong, worthwhile relationships with the people you work with, and here are six!
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Onboarding Done Right: 6 Ways to Ensure Temporary Employees Succeed

Some of the toughest decisions are people decisions - made even tougher by the costs associated with a bad hire. But some of these aren't actually “bad hires” - rather it’s due to the onboarding process, or lack thereof. There’s an art to the process, and the following steps can help!
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8 Tips for Starting a New Job and Getting a Strong Start

Getting the job is just the beginning of your journey. You’ve now got to set yourself up for success, and your first few months in this new role will often be the litmus test. How do you ensure a successful start from day one? Find out!
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12 Employee Engagement Ideas Your Team Will Love

It’s no secret why you’d want a happy workforce. If people aren’t enjoying their jobs, you can’t very well expect them to remain engaged—and a lack of engagement often means everything from work quality and productivity to recruitment and retention will suffer. The following 12 tactics could be the solution to improving the happiness and morale of your workforce.
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Internal Hires vs. External Hires: A Case for Promoting From Within

Succession planning is so important to a business. It gives you the opportunity to educate, mentor, and promote from within. It’s also a much more efficient way to hire staff. Besides, there are a number of other advantages to promoting instead of hiring, and they often include the following.
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5 Ways to Make Your Job More Rewarding

Ask almost anyone about happiness in the workplace, and they’ll likely tell you it’s tied to money, management, or that professional nemesis every office seems to have. But they’d be wrong. Happiness has nothing to do with the job itself — nor does it have anything to do with a boss or a colleague. It has everything to do with you.
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6 Reasons to Invest in Employee Engagement

Employee engagement is the level at which your employees care about their work and your company. They don’t work just for a paycheck but to help you achieve whatever it is your business is trying to achieve. If this isn’t reason enough to invest in employee engagement, consider these six other benefits.
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