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Posts from Sabrina Son

10 Steps to Successful Employee Onboarding

Everybody knows that excessive turnover can be quite expensive. For that reason, smart organizations are always looking to increase their employee retention stats. One of the easiest ways to do that is by creating the best employee onboarding program you possibly can. Here are 10 steps to successful onboarding courtesy of the Mindflash team.

Performance Reviews: Hated by Managers and Employees Alike

Dreading the annual performance review is one of the stereotypical images of life in the workplace. But is it really as bad as the clichés indicate? Would the workplace be happier if we abolished the review altogether, or is there something in it worth saving?

What You Need to Know About Gen Y in the Workplace

Members of Gen Y, commonly referred to as millennials, account for an increasingly large slice of the US workforce. Here's an infographic put together by the folks at PayScale that shines a light on the workforce trends and demographics Gen Y professionals currently face. How does your organization stack up?

A Lesson on Workplace Motivation: 5 Ways to Motivate Employees

Over 68% of employees are not actively engaged, costing companies over $450 billion every year. The biggest cause of disengagement is poor management. Not convinced yet that you need to focus on workplace motivation and employee engagement? Then take a look at this infographic from Brandeis University.

Mar 18

How Middle Managers Drive Employee Engagement

No matter the opinion of the manager about employee engagement strategy, there’s evidence that employees are better off in some key ways if their direct manager is in charge of employee engagement.

How to be a Good Manager

Whether you're a first-time manager or a seasoned exec, it's important to always be on the top of your management game. It's your job to help your team do their jobs — and that's not as easy as it might sound.