Category Archives: Positive Employee Relations

Why Your Employees Never Seem to “Get It”

Forty-seven percent of American adults say they are unsure about or don’t know their employer’s core values — the beliefs and goals of an organization — according to Eagle Hill Consulting. Want more? 89 percent of workers who are aware of … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Stay Union-Free That Don’t Involve Fighting Unions

Creating a culture that produces happy, engaged and satisfied workers is essential for successful companies. In addition to the fact that workers in these categories are more productive and efficient than their counterparts, they’re also less likely to organize into … Continue reading

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2017: Changes Coming to HR

The Human Resources field is changing, and the role of an HR Manager isn’t what it was 20 – or even 10 – years ago. Today’s HR professionals face many challenges that are unique to our ever-changing times. Take a … Continue reading

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Smooth Operator: New Ways To Look At Onboarding New Employees

The best way to make the onboarding process enjoyable and informative is to welcome new members of your team firsthand. Too many new faces can be overwhelming. Videos, e-learnings and online resources are an important part of orientation and further … Continue reading

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How to Stay Union Free By Supporting Work-Life Balance

Millennials prize work-life balance above all other employment-related goals. They’re also more likely to have a spouse or partner in the workforce than any other generation, so flexibility is key to keeping them engaged in their work. Therefore, many unions … Continue reading

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