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Posts from Dora Wang

The Alarming Cost of Replacing an Employee, Based on Their Salary

Why the Happiest Employees Want More Work

We should make it clear that employees don’t want their companies to just hand things to them. In fact, one of the biggest differences between workers in the happiest and unhappiest industries is that the former have more opportunities to grow and develop.

3 Unique Lessons on Customer Acquisition for Start-Ups

Start-ups are already facing an uphill climb to compete with the bigger and badder companies in their industries. Many don’t have the finances, staff, or connections to beat out successful existing companies in their target area and lose customers to respected brands that have been on the market much longer. The sad truth is that start-ups are almost fated to fail.

5 No-Brainer Reasons Why Shorter Pulsing Surveys Are Better

How to Make Work Meaningful for Employees

Why Managers Need to Be in Charge of Driving Change

Take a step back for a moment and think about company culture as though it were a garden. A beautiful garden is something that you have to keep tended. With just the right amount of water, fertilizer, and sunlight, it’ll flourish before your eyes. And the perfect garden has the right complement of plants and flowers that makes it come together. But a once-great garden can get overrun without constant attention. Or it can wither away if you forget to give it water or the right nutrients. Without a thoughtful, dedicated gardener, the garden will never reach its full bloom. The same can be said for any organization. Without tuned-in leaders committed to promoting a positive culture and fostering employee growth, a work environment will never enjoy high levels of employee engagement. Whether they be CEOs, department heads, human resource groups, or team leads, only those in leadership positions have the position to effect cultural change.