An Employee Retention Must Do: Why Gratitude Is Work Appropriate

Do you truly show your employees that you appreciate who they are not just what they do), making every worker feel valued and care for as people first? Before you turn your focus to your Thanksgiving plans, pause and communicate gratitude to all the individuals at your workplace who serve, support and guide you to innovate, and motivate you to bring your best self every day… You do not need a turkey to say thanks!

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Hiring Horror: Are you Spooked by Ghostings? — Don’t Become Your Own Worst Nightmare

What may be a notorious and cruel dating practice is now creeping into the workplace as more employers report being “ghosted” by job seekers who NO SHOW to an interview or by their own newly hired employees who end all communications without any explanation or outright vanish without a trace. But is “ghosting” just happening to employers? Businesses need to take steps in helping create a more transparent, more meaningful, and more people-first recruitment process. Be a treat, not a trick.

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How to Manage 5 Generations in the Workplace

With Generation Z beginning to enter the workforce, this is the first time in history where FIVE generations are working together. How should employers and employees navigate this new complexity?

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Community Spotlight: TERI, Inc.

We are in business to serve our community. Being active in the community is good for business for several reasons; it gives employees a sense of purpose and commitment and can help with recruitment and retention when employees know that community involvement is a top priority at their organization.

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Millennials Are Good For (Your) Business

Millennials will be taking over the workforce by 2025 – with 75% of the global workforce! Not to worry though and PLEASE believe us when we tell you – Millennials are GREAT for business.

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What Millennials Want and Why You Need to Care

By 2025, 75% of the global workforce will be Millennials –that is less than 10 years from now.  Clients often ask us – what makes Millennials different? 1.  Millennials are the most diverse population. 2.  Millennials are also the most educated generation in American history, with more having college degrees than another generation.  Millennials have a strong set of unique values. They appreciate community, and though they utilize technology more than any other generation, they still prefer “real life” relationships over social media followers.  Millennials like brands they can trust – as well as products/organizations that strive to improve the global community.

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In This War for Talent: Retain Employees & Improve Culture at the Same Time! 

Gratitude is directly linked to an individual’s well-being, happiness, and improves overall relationships. Furthermore, showing gratitude in the workplace also has many benefits. Studies show that something as simple as saying “thank you” to employees motivates them to be more productive.  

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