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Posts from Laura Troyani

Dec 16

Why Giving Gifts Will Disappoint Your Employees During The Holidays

Have you ever thought of giving your employees homemade laundry detergent? What about a toothpaste squeezer or camouflage toilet paper? We hope not, but those are actual holiday gifts employees have received, according to a 2013 CareerBuilder.com survey.

Top Things Employees Would Change About Their Managers [New Report]

As we enter the new year, we were curious to know what employees really had on their workplace wish list. And so, we asked. Our New Year Employee Report probed full-time workers on the top changes they would make to their managers and organizations, if only they had the power. 

Why an Exit Interview Could Do Wonders for Employee Retention

The normal person doesn’t wake up one morning and spontaneously decide he is fed up with his manager and wants to switch companies. Deciding to leave a job is a long, ruminating process that usually involves sneaking away to interview at other organizations.

What We Can All Learn From Startups’ Recruiting Strategies

Sometimes the best way to get creative is to eliminate all options and force yourself to start from zero. Startups are the perfect example of this – because they don’t have extra money to throw around, they are always thinking of new, exciting ways to disrupt an industry, gain traffic, and find the best candidates.

How to Use the Holidays as a Powerful Employee Recognition Tool

It’s natural to feel more grateful and generous during the holiday season, but that doesn’t mean you should bombard your employees with compliments and gifts all of a sudden to thank them for a job well done. Employee recognition is not a one-time-a-year thing, and it certainly doesn’t equate gift giving. Nor can you take your team out for a holiday lunch and think your work is done.

3 Subtle Signs You Need to Revisit Your Employee Retention Strategy

The average American will hold 11.3 jobs during their working years, which means it is more important than ever to reevaluate employee retention strategies. Your employees won’t stay at your company for years just because you offer free lunch or great health benefits. Retention doesn’t just happen, it is something you constantly need to evaluate and tweak.