Tag: How to Manage People
Employees tend to leave for better and bigger opportunities. Improve employee retention by offering cost effective employee perks
Learning to manage conflict is an essential tool that every individual should not only use, but learn to use effectively. Conflict in life and work is inevitable, as every person is unique with differing views and opinions. These concepts help clear the mind for better decision-making, and consequently, this ensures a personal pathway to success.
Outsourcing your payroll to another company can save your business time and money and make your job much easier. Here are some tips to follow when searching for the right payroll vendor for your business.
Generation Y — sometimes called Millennials — are the fastest growing segment in America’s workforce. Almost 80 million strong, they already comprise the entire 18-to-32 demographic. Along with their ever-present cell phones and new definition of “business casual,” they bring tremendous potential to the workplace (just ask, they’ll tell you). However, Generation Y’s approach to […]
Can you influence employees and achieve results without authority? The simple answer is yes. The challenge is how to do it. Each of us have a limited amount of authority. And the positional authority that comes with our title enables us to have some influence, but far less than what is required to get the […]
When you think about the millions of dollars organizations spend each year on IT programs of work, wouldn’t it be prudent knowing that employees actually understand and most importantly embrace the reason behind the changes? There is one way of ensuring that employees and their managers have got the message and truly understand the reasons […]
Part 1 of excerpt from the book “No AssHole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn’t” We all have the potential to act like assholes under the wrong conditions, when we are placed under pressure or, especially, when our workplace encourages everyone-especially the “best” and “most powerful” people-to act that way. […]