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By Cathleen Snyder, SPHR, SHRM-SCP One of the most frequent complaints that we hear about mid-level managers is, “They don’t manage their people.” A team isn’t meeting productivity goals, has high turnover, and/or low engagement. Add to that, that most companies evaluate their managers on productivity goals, but overlook how they achieve those goals. Are […]
By Cathleen Snyder, SPHR, SHRM-SCP We’ve been noticing this question coming up more and more, and many employers are asking us what to do about it: “My employees don’t see how the way they act is a reflection of our company.” “They don’t get it, that when they call off everyone on the team is […]
By David Powell with Strategic HR Unfortunately, there have been an increased number of active shooter incidents across the country. With the increase in number, it becomes even more critical to ensure we help prepare our employees should the unthinkable happen. However, many employers are unsure where to begin to help prepare their employees for […]
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