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16 Questions to Ask a New Hire During Employee Onboarding

While you probably feel pretty good about your current employee onboarding practices, you may be surprised at how they strike a new hire.

20 Characteristics of High-Potential Employees

Even if your team is made up solely of supremely talented individuals, there are always a few employees who stand out from the rest of the pack. According to the Harvard Business Review, these high-potential employees account for an average of 5% of any company’s workforce.

20 Essential Employee Engagement Survey Questions

Employee surveys are suffering, and it's probably because you're not asking the right questions.  To get the most out of your employee engagement survey, you can't expect to ask any old question whenever you feel like it. The correct employee engagement survey questions need to be asked at the right frequency to get a continuous stream of helpful feedback.

14 Surprising Statistics about Employee Retention

Does power lie in the hands of employees? In today’s job market it does, and leaders must address the causes of attrition to retain their workforce. Employee loyalty is hard to earn but ultimately the key to business success. 

Increase Employee Engagement With These 20 Fun Survey Questions

The easiest way to figure out whether your employees are engaged or whether they dread coming to the office each day is by asking them directly.

Performance Reviews: A Smart Guide to Self-Evaluating

No element of a performance review is as intimidating for employees as the dreaded self-evaluation section. A self-evaluation can change the trajectory of your career; hopefully for the better, but frequently for the worse -- especially as a manager begins to question your ability to self-assess.