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Posts from Justin Reynolds

13 Questions You Need to Ask in Employee Satisfaction Surveys

It’s widely known that when employees are satisfied with their jobs, they’re much more likely to be happy, more engaged, and more productive. Since successful companies are built on the backs of satisfied and motivated employees, it would seem like a no-brainer that organizations would care deeply about employee satisfaction.

The Top 50 Compliments for Coworkers

10 Leadership Qualities to Look for When Hiring a Manager

Managers have the power to make or break their organizations. While great leaders encourage their employees to reach their full potential and help their organizations surpass their goals, terrible dictators discourage workers to the point they want to jump ship. And many of them do. According to the Wall Street Journal, nearly half of employees who leave jobs do so to get away from their bosses. Since you don’t want to lose your best employees, it's critical that you do everything you can to ensure you fill managerial positions with the right people in the first place. As you go about your search for a new manager, keep in mind that great ones usually possess these 10 leadership qualities.  

The Playbook for Developing High-Potential Employees

Some of your employees are way more gifted than the rest of their peers, and as a manager, you can tell. Researchers from MIT and Harvard have found that companies can consistently identify 3% to 5% of their workforce as high-potential employees (HiPos), or workers who go above and beyond every day.

7 Common (but Fixable) Causes of Employee Turnover

It costs a lot to hire an employee. On top of salary expenses, there are also benefits to be paid and costs associated with recruiting and onboarding. Additionally, companies also have to deal with a learning curve; it can take as much as two years for a new hire to become completely productive.

The 3 Best Onboarding Tips from Elite Tech Companies

Employee onboarding programs can make or break any company.