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The first days and weeks on the job for new employees are crucial. They can literally make or break a new employee’s impression of your company and determine whether or not they want to stay. Based on recent data from the ADP® DataCloud, a Big Data platform that allows business leaders and HR professionals to generate actionable insights from the workforce data embedded in their ADP...

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In the crowded hiring environment we’re currently immersed in, companies can no longer expect to attract top talent by merely existing. Today’s recruiting landscape features two types of employers — market leaders and market players. Which one are you? Manpower’s 2015 Talent Shortage Report points out that in 2015, 32 percent of employers report facing difficulties in filling jobs this year. Understanding your position as either...

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If you have delegated tasks to employees, you know that everyone is not thrilled about taking on added work. Some objections may be mild and some hostile. In either case, you want to respond to objections (or questions) in a way that minimizes resistance, defuses anxiety, and encourages cooperation. You can do that by anticipating employee objections and by having valid responses. This article offers you...

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Performance Management Being slow to deal with performance issues - Smoke becomes fire. If you take note of performance issues early you can give gentle corrective feedback. If you're too slow to notice you have to give stronger feedback, and the performance issues may be harder to reverse. Not documenting poor performance - Documenting poor performance via email helps employees understand the gravity of the situation ("This...

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These skills can be applied on an informal basis, as a means of managing workplace conflict at the earliest stage. Following Consensio’s mediation principles, we assume firstly that your involvement is impartial: you are not going to judge who is right or wrong. Secondly, you will encourage the parties to make their own decisions and find their own way forward. Your role as facilitator is to...

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We’re very used to the idea of remote workers. But what about employees with nothing to be ‘remote’ from? The speed of the shift to mobile connectivity and devices is making the traditional office and corporate HQ - with all the associated capital costs and long commuting times - look outdated and inefficient. In the US, for example, there are already estimated to be 100 million mobile...

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Through years of working with forward-thinking companies, I wanted to share what I’ve seen them all have as habits of highly effective employers to drive engaged employees. They have an employee-first mentality– successful companies put employees first, even before customers and shareholders. These companies understand than you can’t control outputs like customer satisfaction and financial success without supporting the inputs – employee’s everyday actions and behaviours...

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Stress And Work Have Become Synonymous With Each Other These Days. If You Work In An Organization That Runs On The Output Generated By The Employees (Which Most Of The Organizations Are) You Must Have Noticed That Almost All Employees Show The Signs Of Stress. These Signs Usually Escalate When The Employees Have To Achieve A Target In The Near Future And When Their Performance...

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