The turnover rate among hourly workers is a whooping 49% on average, according to some research. When turnover is that high, it almost always means engagement is precipitously low.
Email is unavoidable in the workplace, and the amount of messages filling up employees’ inboxes can be annoying and intimidating.
The Human Resources department is supposed to be the center of effective communication and employee engagement, but an eye-opening new report reveals many employees feel HR is anything but.
A new survey suggests the benefits companies offer may not be pulling their weight in employee satisfaction. The solution: better communication.
Every organization has a few employees like this: People who think their benefits are an entitlement.
Think employers have problems with employees posting nasty stuff about them on Facebook? Wait ’til you hear about this.
Great minds don’t always think alike. And occasional workplace conflicts — from differences over tasks and projects to more personal debates — are unavoidable. Guest poster Alastair Kane has some suggestions on how managers can act not just to defuse these situations, but use them as teaching and learning opportunities.
Social media use is increasing among HR pros — but not everyone is using it the same way.
Every management expert’s been on HR to be open with employees about company and policy changes. For the most part, it’s a great idea — except in these instances.
According to one recent report, the staffing forecast for next year may be even worse than many have expected.
What’s one thing employees want from their managers but aren’t getting?
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