A replay: “Have you” questions to ask yourself

I was flipping through my copy of The Little BIG Things and came across the pages that this previous post was written about. I thought as we approach the end of the year holidays it would be a good time to replay this post from earlier this year. Appreciation goes a long way! I am …

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Changing Employee Attitudes

  The prevailing belief is that if you are a good leader and you keep your people “happy”, they will stay. Not only is that logical, but we also saw it that cause and effect playing out all over the world.  Unfortunately, that may no longer be the case.According to the latest research from Salary.com, …

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Recognition Doesn’t Need to be Formal

  It is not very big news to report that employee’s like to be recognized and that recognition is important to retaining employees. It does shock me sometimes how many managers seem to forget that fact. As reported in Recognizing Employees Is Critical to Retention by Chad Brooks “A survey by OfficeTeam revealed that nearly …

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Good Retention Takes More Than Money

In a post at Compensation Cafe writer and strategist, Derek Irvine, talked about the importance of money in retaining good employees. He pointed out that while money is important to retention it is not the only thing that is important. In discussing a Wall Street Journal article Derek points out that recognition is also a …

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