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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.Read Article
For many companies, organizational values exist as a part of the employee handbook, or on the company website. But how these values are integrated into day-to-day company culture, studies show, has some room for growth.Read Article
On a micro level, it might seem like the actions we take day in and day out at our jobs don’t have a large impact on a company as a whole. But when you see the connections between company culture and larger concepts like improved staff retention, employee engagement, and overall job satisfaction, the impact is clear. The everyday happenings in a company’s culture matter, and they can play a large ...Read Article
Are you rushing to fill the gap when an employee quits? Do you ever feel caught off guard? Then maybe it's time to re-evaluate how you manage employee exits. Acceleration Partners CEO Robert Glazer shared with us his advice for increasing employee engagement through a 'Mindful Transition' program.Read Article
Ana White recently moved to F5 from Microsoft, where she led global HR teams for over 18 years across multiple business units. She joined us at TINYcon to share her best advice for driving real change and promoting positive behaviors at all levels of your organization.
Changing workplace culture is difficult, regardless of the size of the company. Starting as Moz’s eighth employee in 2007, CEO Sarah Bird has led the company to growth, implementing a culture focused on transparency, diversity, and bias to action leadership. But as she told us at TINYcon 2018, it wasn’t easy.
A Thanksgiving potluck at work is a great team-building activity to celebrate the holiday together and drive employee engagement. For a "Worksgiving," everyone brings in a dish that can feed the whole team — an appetizer, side dish, or dessert — and the manager or other leader can handle the main event: the turkey. But you don't have to be a professional chef to bring in a dish that will have all your coworkers asking for the recipe. No matter how experienced you are in the kitchen, these 20 Thanksgiving potluck recipes will ensure that you only have to return home with a tray scraped clean. (Try not to drool too much while looking at these pictures.
As a leader, it’s important that you find ways to provide employees with a healthy work-life balance while also ensuring that the company is performing well and meeting goals. In striving to help employees achieve work-life balance, you must look to strike your own sense of balance between the company’s bottom line and employee morale.