Developing And Cultivating Your Staff
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Your staff is the lifeblood of your organization. Here's how to leverage their talents and strengths, from their very first interactions with HR and beyond!

This eBook includes:

  • 6 Fun Ways to Show Some Employee Recognition
    Use workplace random acts of recognition to catch employees doing something great, and totally call them out on it.
     
  • Hiring Those with Disabilities Can Increase the Diversity of Your Workforce
    Consider making an effort to recruit those with disabilities to benefit your company.
     
  • Boost Staff Morale With Unique Office Celebrations
  • Crying on the Job: How to Handle Emotional Employees
    What to do when an employee has an emotional moment during the workday.

  • Do We Need a Law Against Workplace Bullying?
    The first state has passed a workplace bullying law -- find out what that means for you.

  • 5 Simple Secrets for Employee Retention That Elude Most Companies
    Employee retention is an important part of HR since it can save companies a ton of money in trying to recruit new talent, not to mention help foster a culture of loyalty.

  • Keep Employees Motivated With Performance Reviews
    An effective performance review goes beyond simply handing them a questionnaire that rates them on a scale of 1 to 10.

  • How to Curb Productivity Killers and Work Time Wasters
    Get a handle on the most common productivity killers in the workplace, and find the best way to curb them.

  • If You’re Not Embracing Workplace Transparency, It Could be an HR Fail, says Glassdoor CEO
    Hear from the CEO of Glassdoor on why workplace transparency is the best thing to ever happen to HR and recruiting professionals.

  • Crying on the Job: How to Handle Emotional Employees
    What to do when an employee has an emotional moment during the workday.

  • Paying Them to Quit: Bizarre or Brilliant?
    Offering disengaged employees an out – a big fat paycheck upon quitting – can actually be good for business.

  • Why You Should Encourage Sick Employees to Stay Home
    Find out the top reasons that American workers report to work even when they're sick, and why that's bad for business.


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