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  • Do You Care To Learn Why Your Employees Are Leaving?

    As an employer, the findings of a recent study by the folks at Gallup should make you sit up and take notice, because what they discovered is that…

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  • Talent Sustainability Tip #4: Sustain

    Just because your employee turnover is low doesn’t mean you shouldn’t worry about your employees. The fact that they didn’t leave you doesn’t mean that they are actually with you.

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  • Talent Sustainability Tip # 3: Engage

    A lot of people see employee engagement as something complicated and difficult to accomplish. I see it as something very simple. All we have to do is listen, and by that I mean listen very closely, to our people. Learn what is important to them, what gets them up each morning, what they value, what drives them.

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  • Talent Sustainability Tip #2: Empower

    Today’s tip is about empowering our people. The phrase “employee empowerment” has been in the workplace lexicon long enough now to have meanings as varied as the different occupations to which it applies. To me, to empower our employees means to ensure the optimal positive work environment and experience by providing employees the resources needed to be successful in their jobs.

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  • Talent Sustainability Tip #1: Attract

    Businesses of all kinds are showing an increased interest in information related to talent attraction these days, so I decided to share some of my knowledge in this area to help you attract the talent you need. Here is my first tip:

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  • Overworked and Ready to Leave

    When employees are overworked, they are disengaged. And when disengaged workers stay in their jobs despite of how they feel, they are with you physically but are long gone emotionally.

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  • Talent Attraction 101: Change Your Attitude!

    You want highly-skilled, highly-experienced, high-performer, high… Oh, wait, you also want diversity? But you just can’t find anyone that meets all of your “highly-required” qualifications. That is because your business is not attracting the right people.

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  • How do you think companies should approach candidates to effectively attract diversity to their organizations?

    Here is my answer: I believe in treating all candidates equally. And by that, I mean treating them all as human beings. We all want to be part of an organization that accepts us for who we are. My recommended strategy to attract new candidates is to appeal to their interests and values, but also […]

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  • Empower Them! They and Your Business Will Become One…

    Talent Sustainability is achieved when employees’ goals and objectives are aligned with those of the organization. When this happens, an interconnection between your employees and your business is created.

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  • Engage Them by Appreciating Their Values and Fueling Their Drives

    Employee engagement begins by determining what the current levels of engagement are at your company, and what is truly driving those results. This involves listening to employees’ opinions and suggestions and taking the adequate steps to make those improvements. When analyzing the results you may find that each employee has unique feelings about their job, and that is natural; we are all different. However, the patterns that emerge indicate where significant improvements can be made to increase employee engagement.

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