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In the midst of a pandemic and a labor “shortage,” followed by an extremely tight labor market, it has become more important than ever that employers listen to and understand the motivations of their employees in order to best attract and retain them. Over the past two years, many employees have made changes that better […]
The demand for stellar leadership is at the forefront of every business across all industries. The workplace climate has drastically changed requiring leaders to not only focus their time and attention on the success of their core business but also to provide strategic leadership and support to their employees. Leaders must be positioned with the […]
Last year was quite a year for HR professionals and business leaders alike. After we navigated the twists and turns of 2021, you might ask… what could 2022 possibly have in store for us? Well, our team has some HR predictions for this coming year. Culture Evaluation As the workplace continues to evolve to meet […]
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Declared in 1988 by the United States Congress (though its roots go back to 1945 when Congress urged employment for WWII servicemembers with disabilities), NDEAM is a good occasion for us to celebrate the contributions of people with disabilities to workplaces and the economy. We also recommend […]
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