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Employee Retention Survey 2018

Employee Retention / Employee Satisfaction Surveys / Good Places to Work / Human Resource Management / Job Satisfaction / Leadership / Surveys and Statistics

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemail     Comments (Other) Answer Most employees remain in my organisation till the age of retirement This has been going on for at least a year now Horrible leadership main reason! my company was bought by another company almost 2 years ago – as a result, many changes, some of which are causing even long term employees to leave, including benef... Read More »

How to Prepare and Develop Future Leaders for Your Business

How to Prepare and Develop Future Leaders for Your Business

Human Resource Management / Job Satisfaction / Leadership Development / Leadership Keynote Speaker / Leadership Speaker / management skills

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailIntroduction How a business is managed often decides if the company lives or dies. A good leader inspires the best work from employees, uses finite resources and time wisely, communicates well and shoulders their share of the responsibilities. This is why proper training is so important, especially for future leaders. When good leadership is present, the t... Read More »

5 Ways to Manage Your Multigenerational Workforce

Human Resource Management

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailThis article was originally published by Vital Learning Managing a multigenerational workforce can be quite the task for business leaders. Before I dive into my list, however, I think it’s important to lay out who exactly I’m talking about when I mention each generation. For our purposes, the table below lays out who is in each generation:   Generatio... Read More »

Generation Z: The Next Generation to Enter the Workforce

Human Resource Management / Job interviewing / Managing Gen X, Y, Baby Boomers / Millennials / Recruitment / Skill shortages

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailThe oldest members of Generation Z (b. 1996-2012) are now in college and beginning to enter the workforce. While they share some of the values and views of Millennials, they are also distinct in many ways. Gen Z grew up in a post-9/11 world and experienced an economic recession. They watched parents, aunts, and uncles lose jobs. They watched older siblings... Read More »

Navigator Newsletter Archive

Human Resource Management / The Navigator Newsletter

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How the Workplace Is Changing in 2018

Culture / Finding top talent / Generations at Work / Human Resource Management / Millennials / Surveys and Statistics

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailThere’s an old saying: The only thing that’s certain is change, and that’s sometimes nowhere more apparent than in the workplace. Decades ago, women were prevented from even trying their hand at some jobs, and couldn’t work if they were married or pregnant. Now, women are breaking into all sorts of fields. And technology continues to affect the workplace t... Read More »

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