Tips for Productive Meetings to Improve Performance

Here’s a checklist to engage your employees in energetic, inspiring staff meetings that will increase profits.






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Improve Employee Morale with Better Break-Room Etiquette

You’d be amazed how employee attitudes are shaped by a lousy break room – dirty dishes, spoiled food and thoughtless co-workers. But you can do something about it.











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These 13 Red Flags Are Signs Employees Dislike You

Your employees might not tell you that they hate you, but there are many signs that will tip you off.











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HR: Say the Right Things in Difficult Situations with Employees

Careful planning is necessary before you give an employee an appraisal or in advance of terminating the person. Here are 10 tips.











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‘That’s the Way It Is’ – Often a Lazy Reaction to Employees

When employees question your policies, don’t let your ego dictate how you react to them. Consider it as though they’re merely questioning you. They just might be positive change agents for you. So here’s how to profit from change agents.











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Management: 5 Most Common Reasons to Fire Employees

With difficult employees, you have two obvious problems – the impacts on your organization and the behavior of the individual. Here’s what to do.











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Tips for Strategic-Thinking in Finance: Your Staff, Individuals

Many companies want accountants and finance professionals who are strategic thinkers. But that’s not happening at most companies. Here are tips for managers and employees.











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For Strong Profits, 5 Tips to Develop Employees as Leaders

Strong leaders will help your business grow and enjoy excellent profits. That’s because, as role models, they’re instrumental in helping you develop a performance culture.











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HR Retention: Keys to Profit from Cross-Generational Teams

Today’s cross-generational workplaces present a quandary for employee retention. Promote a trust culture that’s appealing to everyone – young and old.











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Avoid EEOC Legal Hassles over Unpaid Leave Requirements

You might want to review your current human resource policies. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has continued to push employers on unpaid leave under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).











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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.