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Posts from Sabrina Son

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.

5 Case Studies About Successful Change Management

Because times change and organizations evolve, virtually all companies that wish to keep their doors open for a long time need to successfully undergo organizational change sooner or later.

9 Ways to Delight Your Employees on Their Birthdays

In smaller organizations, it’s easy to recognize each individual’s accomplishments and milestones. As organizations grow, this becomes more difficult — and it’s increasingly easier to take employees for granted.

Why Every Successful Company Uses Employee Surveys

How happy and engaged are your employees? If you don’t have any idea — or at least not much of one — it’s probably time to consider whether employee engagement surveys make sense for your organization.

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?