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    The Impacts of Employee Turnover: How to Boost Employee Engagement and Retention
    It’s no secret that employee turnover can be costly for businesses. In fact, the average cost to replace a worker is estimated to be somewhere between 6 to 9 months of that employee’s annual salary! But while the financial impact of losing an employee is well-documented, there’s another, often overlooked cost associated with turnover: the
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    Labor Day: The Great American Holiday
    Labor Day is one of those great American holidays. Barbecues, trips to the beach, and three-day weekends are how this holiday is traditionally celebrated in the states, but where does Labor Day come from and how did it start? For this quick and fun article, we’ll be looking into how we started this holiday to
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    High Inflation: How to Rethink Pay Strategies with Rising Costs
    HR Professionals across the country are beginning to worry about the effects of inflation on their organizations. Rising inflation means rising costs all across the board, including increased pressure on increasing wages and salaries for employees. To hold on to workers, many employers are starting to rethink their pay strategies going forward and increasing their
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  • Beating the Heat
    Beating the Heat: How to Keep your Employees Safe During Extreme Heat
    With record-setting high temperatures occurring around the U.S. this summer (and potentially the next few future summers), workplaces are beginning to struggle with keeping their employees cool. Heat in the United States is deadly, with heat fatalities being the estimated direct cause of death of more than 1300 Americans a year, and with extreme heat
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  • Keeping Benefits Competitive in a Competitive Workforce(2)
    The Benefits of Voluntary Benefits: The Power of Employee Choice
    As benefits costs continue to rise and bottom lines begin to tighten, no one can blame employers for looking for cheaper ways to enhance their employee benefits. This is where voluntary benefits have become a lifeline for employers looking to offer attractive benefits options to their employees without added cost to the company. Many businesses
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    Organizational Culture: Creating a Workplace that Employees are Proud Of
    About 4.5 million workers quit their jobs in March in continuing movement that people are beginning to call “The Great Resignation.” The last 3 years of the pandemic have put into perspective for employees what they want out of a workplace, and they’ve begun to leave their places of employment in a move that has
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  • Employee Burnout Causes of Exhausted Employees(4)
    Strategic Interviewing: Finding the Right Type of Interview for the Job
    At this point we’ve talked about putting together an effective recruitment strategy to attract great employees as well as how to build a retention strategy to retain them, but what do we do in the middle between those steps? This is where we start to think about the interview process and what you want out
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  • Employee Burnout Causes of Exhausted Employees(3)
  • Employee Burnout Causes of Exhausted Employees(1)
    Employee Burnout: The Costs of Exhausted Employees
    The word burnout has been tossed around a lot the last 2 years in the workplace. In May 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) even updated their definition of burnout in their new version of its handbook of diseases. The new definition described burnout as a “syndrome” and ties it to “chronic workplace stress that
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  • Employee Burnout Causes of Exhausted Employees
    Employee Burnout: Causes of Exhausted Employees
    In 2019 the World Health Organization (WHO) updated its definition of burnout in the new version of its handbook of diseases, the International Classification of Diseases- ICD-11. The new definition describes burnout as a “syndrome” and ties it to “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” The WHO calls burnout an “occupational phenomenon.”
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