10 Employee Engagement Best Practices You Should Know

Hiring an employee is only the first step; now, you have to keep them. Some employers tend to think giving raises is enough to keep employees happy, but that’s only one small part. Now, don’t get me wrong, people love having extra money, but we get more fulfillment out of feeling like we’re a part

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How To Create Company Culture

Every company has a personality, a culture. One of the best examples of this is Disney. When you think of Disney, you think of the happiest place on earth. That is their centralized theme and it’s embodied in every way possible. Company culture is important because it sets the tone for not only how employees

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Six Ways To Guarantee Employee Onboarding

Losing new hire employees is very expensive, especially if it happens a lot. Lower your chances of losing money by getting your new employees on board as soon as possible. Retain your new hires and guarantee employee onboarding by taking note of the tips mentioned below. Each tip is followed by an example featuring a

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10 Things to Do Before Your New Hire’s First Day

These are things you should do as a boss or manager before your new hire professional arrives. It is very important that you do not take an, “It will be okay on the day” attitude because the way your new hire perceives your company is very important both in terms of his or her future

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8 Things New Hires Should Know Before Their First Day

Before you read the list, you should know that you are off the hook with regards to what you “should” know both before your first day and on your first day. It is 100% the responsibility of your new employer to provide you with all the information you need for your first day and onwards. You are

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Mistakes Employers Make On A New Hire’s First Day

An employee’s first day should be a great experience. It should set the tone for the employee’s future career and service to the company. You want and need employees that are asking what they can do for your company, rather than what you can do for them, (a little twist on JFK there). Below are

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