engaging millennials

Engaging Millennials: Unleashing a Generation in the Workforce

Millennials is a strange word people use – often with some derision – to refer to a younger generation of workers. Many falsely believe they’re different from other generations, and that something might be wrong with them. What’s probably driving much of this sense of enigma is that Millennials are less engaged at work than […] Read moreRead More»

gig economy

Embracing the Future: Surviving and Flourishing in the Gig Economy

If you’ve been following the trends in the HR world, it’s likely you’ve heard the phrase “gig economy” tossed around in more than a few publications. So what is a gig economy and why is it getting so much attention? A quick Google search provides the following definition: A gig economy is a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs. … Read More»

peak performance

12 Ways to Stay Energized and in Peak Performance Mode

As an entrepreneur, you face a similar crisis. There’s so much to do, and so much depends on you. It’s easy to forget your energy is a finite resource as well. After all, your employees aren’t the only ones who need to recharge. To maintain peak performance, you need to find ways to renew your energy and commitment. The Young Entrepreneur Council is here to help…. Read More»

feedback

Feedback: This Is The Positive Environment Your Employees Want

Your employees are tough enough to handle a few negative comments. Quality employees welcome it. Really, how else could they grow personally and professionally without a few critiques? So, it’s no surprise two-third of employees who responded in the What’s New In Employee Management Trends report by my company, Quantum Workplace, want immediate feedback – even when it’s negative…. Read More»

trust in leadership

Why Trust in Leadership Matters More Than You Realize

Trust in leadership should be more frequently discussed in HR and among entrepreneurs. The days of authoritative leadership are done. Employees no longer respond to a “do as I say” philosophy; they want to relate to their leaders. They want regular contact and communication and, most importantly, employees want to believe their leaders will have their backs when it matters most…. Read More»

rewarding employees

When It Comes to Rewarding Employees, Is Cash Really King?

When it comes to rewarding employees for going above and beyond, it’s time to recognize that cash isn’t always king. You may need to rethink your reward program to treat your employees for their incremental efforts, with memorable experiences and gifts linked to thoughtful recognition…. Read More»

inclusive workplace

10 Ways Inspired Leaders Can Create a More Inclusive Workplace

An inclusive workplace is a critical component to individual as well as corporate well-being. But did you know being ostracized, or excluded, at work can be more harmful than bullying? How can we explain this confusing dichotomy? When we are ostracized we are, essentially, ignored. We feel left out, invisible and therefore detached from our […] Read moreRead More»

office environment

Seven Simple Ways to Create a Kinder Office Environment

Kindness seems to be scarce these days. So much so, that a whopping 76 percent of respondents in a recent poll said the world is a less kind place than it was 10 to 20 years ago. This lack of kindness is prevalent in both our personal and professional lives. It’s especially pervasive in an office environment, where everyone is on a deadline, stressed about projects, and looking toward their next promotion. When we’re so focused on ourselves, it’s hard to be kind to one another…. Read More»

pro-employee movement

Why the Pro-Employee Movement Matters to Your Business

Let’s get one thing clear up front; too many companies today fail to be pro-employee. The traditional, ubiquitous mindset regarding the employer-employment arrangement has been a barrier to humanizing and modernizing the workplace. Advancements in this area, however, would promote a pro-employee movement and would bring mutually beneficial advancements that are both pro-employee and pro-company…. Read More»

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