Now that millennials are entering the workforce, you may be noticing that you need to adapt your employee motivation strategies for this new generation. Millennials are a different kind of employee, and employee motivation tactics that worked for previous generations may not be as effective for millennials. Here is the first article in a two-part […]
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As the owner of a very small business, you may not be required to provide employee benefits, but there are still plenty of reasons for you to do so anyway.
If your only source of information about millennials comes from articles about millennials written by the generation that directly preceded it, an image of a person aged roughly 18 to 30-years-old might look like a self-absorbed monster–a kid on a couch whose dead brain cells leak through his nose and onto his iPhone while he […]
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Companies with high employee engagement have leaders who understand the value of engagement, and who hold managers accountable for improving it, Ed O’Boyle and Jim Harter write. “Engagement permeates every conversation, whether it’s a one-on-one meeting, a team huddle, or a regional assessment,” they write.
There have been ongoing debates for a decade or more over whether or not there is a talent shortage. If there was a real talent shortage, we would have seen much different corporate behavior.
One of the top IPOs of the past few years is LinkedIn. The gain? It is over four times. But of course, the company is not the only one trailblazing the employment space. There are a spate of other startups that are gunning for the opportunity as well. And one to keep an eye …
At the end of the day, staying healthy not only impacts you and your mental, physical, and emotional health, but it will also make you a much better employee.
It turns out that the worst offenders are American men. When psychologists Steven Karau and Kipling Williams carefully analyzed 78 different studies of free riding in groups, they found that it was more common among men than women, and in Western than Eastern countries. (On average, American men tend to be more individualistic and less […]
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Surprisingly, one of the biggest challenges for startups is recruiting the right talent. With all of the recruiting platforms available today, it can still be difficult to find the right candidates. However, there is one social network optimized for finding talent, and it’s about to maximize your recruiting process. Twitter is a popular platform recruiters…
Employee stock ownership plans are appealing for some company founders, but setting up these plans can be costly and complicated, writes Josh Patrick, principal at Stage 2 Planning Partners. And they might not be a good fit for the smallest businesses, he cautions. For an ESOP to be successful, it’s important to implement managerial training […]
The increase in the use of temporary workers is a “worrying trend” because such jobs offer few benefits or opportunities for advancement, Margaret Heffernan writes. The results don’t necessarily help companies either, she writes. “A highly casualized workforce may cut costs, but it will never increase productivity or profits,” Heffernan writes.