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The Equal Opportunity Employment Commission has released multiple publications and guides on how to limit compliance risks in the workplace. Follow these guidelines to help your organization avoid costly compliance lawsuits.
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You Don't Have to Talk to Every Employee

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Many organizations use an engagement survey to get an idea of what the entire company population is thinking and feeling. But times have changed! This one research tool is no longer enough to get an accurate picture of what it will take to retain employees.
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Employee Engagement is a big dilemma in organizations throughout the United States. Many recent studies suggest that engagement is, at best, stagnant at organizations as a whole. With that in mind, we have to consider the possibility that we have been approaching how we engage employees the wrong way.
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Categories: Engagement | Tags: | View Count: (1984)
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New Hires Matter - Hire to Fit

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Attracting top performers is more than just placing a well-worded ad on a job website. Hiring the wrong person can result in astronomical costs for your company. Utilizing regular Recruitment Studies identifies areas that need improvement.
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In many companies, employee retention issues are ignored until employers suspect a top-performing employee might bail. At that point, the issues are addressed by offering the worker increased compensation, or some other form of enticement to stay - and then it’s back to business as usual. Unfortunately for companies, that is not enough to help retain their employees.
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Company leaders, HR teams, supervisors – LISTEN UP. Right now? You’re best, most productive employees just read the New York Times article telling them that there are jobs aplenty.
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Every February, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) updates its statistics on charges of discrimination in the workplace. Charges must be filed with the EEOC before an employee has the right to sue, so charges brought to them are a good indicator of the compliance risks that companies are facing.
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Manage Employee Expectations, Not Morale

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The problem is that it is difficult to manage an individual’s morale. The good news is that having a workforce with a strong morale is an outcome of managing each employee’s expectations, which is very possible.
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Categories: Engagement, Retention | Tags: | View Count: (2261)
The New York Times’s writer Susan Dominus recently published an extensive research article based on the work-life equation. With organizations having to focus on what keeps employees engaged and retained in their work, this experiment was a great way to understand better ways organizations “could reconfigure work to address the realities of the modern employee…”
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Categories: Leadership, Retention | Tags: | View Count: (1954)
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The Best Way to Engage Employees

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Employees will be engaged in their work if they see and feel they are important and wanted by the organization. The best way to show employees they are wanted is by regularly conducting interviews with the employee throughout the entire employee cycle.
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Categories: Engagement | Tags: | View Count: (1980)
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