Tag Archives: employees

5 Traits That Companies With GOOD Cultures Have

There is a reason some companies attract all the talent. It’s because they know what job seekers want: a cultural fit between work and life styles. So what traits do these companies have that puts them in the ‘hot seat’ to attract the right job seekers? 1. Autonomy – Employees are their own person, and […]

What Motivates You At Work? [VIDEO]

This TED Talk from Dan Ariely hits the nail on the head. What motivates you at work? Watch this eye-opening video to learn what really keeps employees engaged in their work.

Change The Attitude, Change The Culture

A poor attitude ruins everything. Nobody at the party wants to hang out with the person sulking in the corner. A poor attitude  affects performance. So why does it rear its ugly head so often in the workplace? And how do you fix a company culture with employees who no longer have that spark? Disengaged […]

5 Signs Your Employees (or YOU!) Enjoy Working

You spend a majority of your waking hours working. Whether you’re in an office or working from the comfort of your home, as a full-time employee you most likely log in at least 40 hours – a typical work week. Because you spend so much time behind the computer, machine, desk, podium, or wheel, you […]

Happy Employees Are The BEST Employees! [INFOGRAPHIC]

Keep your employees happy. Why? Because the success of your company depends on it! Happy employees are the most important tool a business can utilize to propel itself into growth and expansion. We found this fantastic infographic from PayScale about the positive effects happy, productive employees have on a company, along with the negative consequences […]

The Cost of Neutral

Every employee knows when they are engaged in their work and workplace. Every manager and HR leader knows when the employees in their department or their company is engaged. They even know when the actively disengaged employee is voicing their disengagement. In this post from Seth Godin, he makes that point about the cost of […]

Job Postings Need Spring Cleaning, Too!

How many blog posts have you recently come across that argues the need to spring clean your resume? There seems to be a lot circulating the professional blogosphere about what to say on your resume, what to remove, and how to format it. Discerning job seekers that spend the time to create a resume and […]

Focus on the Future

When J.C. Penney let go of its CEO, how well do you think they handled breaking the news to its employees? If you guessed not so well – well, you’re correct. Blogger and author Aubrey Daniels writes in his blog the major mistake J.C. Penney made when they began to focus on the past, instead […]

Find Your Balance

The internet loves doling out advice. Browse it long enough and you’ll find any type of advice for every group or demographic. We found this list of advice from Ragan.com for young professionals helpful in many ways. While every one of those 20 pieces of advice are helpful when it comes to creating and building […]

Become A Talent Magnet

Today, job seekers have choices and have become more discerning. There are five generations in the workforce, and regardless of age, individuals are looking not only for a job that matches their skills, but a job that is meaningful and matches both their individual life and work style. It is important for companies with hiring […]