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employee development Employee development is an essential responsibility for employers. There’s not really such thing as having employees who are too prepared to be leaders, but it can be frustrating and costly for employers to promote someone into a leadership position, only to find out later that the employee was not prepared to be put into that […] continue reading this post

reducing workplace stress April is Stress Awareness Month. Stress is something that affects a large majority of the population. According to the Stress in America study done by the American Psychological Association (APA), nearly 70% of Americans experience physical and mental symptoms of stress. When stress begins to build, it can affect concentration, mood, sleep, health and even […] continue reading this post

10 indicators of a bad manager When you hire or promote leaders, you trust that they can effectively manage employees, promote productivity and foster a positive workplace culture. Unfortunately, the behavior and leadership skills a business owner sees in their managers can be different from the behavior of which lower-level employees are on the receiving end. In some scenarios, an employer […] continue reading this post

image Exit interviews can give employers valuable insight on why their employees leave their organization as well as how they can make improvements to better engage with their remaining employees. The downside to an exit interview, of course, is that you’re losing an employee at the end of it. If you value your employees and want […] continue reading this post

image As a business owner, your main goal is to ensure that your business grows and remains profitable, and meeting that goal comes with a lot of responsibilities. You’re responsible for seeing that work gets done correctly and in a timely manner, you’re responsible for ensuring that employees remain engaged and productive, you’re responsible for making […] continue reading this post