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Posts from Sabrina Son

5 Companies With Strong Employee Retention Strategies

It should come as no surprise that companies that lead in employee engagement are often some of the most successful and profitable companies. Poor employee engagement means turnover, low morale, poor customer service, and a general blow to your bottom line. However, the issue becomes ultra-costly when high-performing employees start leaving because of low engagement. Similar to keeping good customers, the cost of replacing high-performers easily outweighs the cost of retaining them. This easily illustrates why employee retention is important.

The Mark Roberge Model: How to Hire, Train, and Develop Employees

Is there a right way to hire people? Just like there's no one perfect way to manage a team, there's no one perfect way to hire and train employees. However, there are best practices for doing so.

9 Inspirational Quotes to Improve Morale at Work

Work gets stressful. We can all attest to that. But it's the attitude you approach your work with that determines whether or not your employee engagement level is on the fritz.

5-Point Checklist for Effective Employee Onboarding

  You've spent the last several weeks or even months tracking down the perfect candidate for a position you needed to fill desperately. After some back and forth negotiations, you've finally convinced this person to accept your offer. Hooray!

The Best Team-Building Games to Play at Work

Is it fair to say your company is made up of many strong teams consisting of employees who have each other's backs? If not, it's time to make some changes.

6 Icebreaker Games for Work That Your Team Will Love

According to our , only 24% of workers feel connected to their peers — which means that more than three out of every four employees at the average organization feel at least a bit isolated.  Strong companies are fueled by teams that have enviable levels of camaraderie.