Do You Know the Value of Your Employees?

If you have a good employee, you hope that they’ll stick around forever. But that’s not how things go, and over time you’ll have to replace valuable team members. To help you better understand just how important it is to move quickly to fill open positions, learn how to calculate the quantifiable revenue per employee. […]

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Your Employees Need a Break!

Fewer and fewer American workers are taking time off. A recent study found that in a single year, 40 percent took no vacation, and fewer than half of those who did made it a work-free vacation. There’s no getting away, it seems! But other studies have shown just how valuable it is for employees to […]

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Consultant’s Corner: How Much Does It Cost to Replace an Employee?

Q. How do I calculate the cost of replacing an employee? Employee turnover is the attrition of employees through voluntary or involuntary terminations. Employee turnover results in costs (internal and outside services) to the employer, including those for employee separation/departure, lost productivity, recruiting and hiring replacement employees, orientation and training of new employees, etc. While […]

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Have You Hired Adaptive Workers?

The only constant is change, and it’s important that your team is made up of adaptive workers—people who don’t resist change, but embrace it, and even anticipate it! The key to finding these kind of exceptional people is not based on generational stereotypes, but you can discover them by asking the right kinds of questions […]

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Can Automated Scheduling Help Your Calendar?

Scheduling appointments and managing the calendar is an important task for a business, but can be a tedious and time-consuming one, too. Automated scheduling solutions can help businesses that struggle with this problem run more efficiently. As a general rule, automated scheduling software is usually cloud-based, allowing your clients to schedule their own appointments on […]

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Do You Need an Employee Monitoring Policy?

Technological innovations make it possible for business owners to keep closer tabs than ever on what their employees are doing: location can be found by cell phone GPS data, internet usage can be tracked, emails can be stored, etc. So, it’s certainly something you can do. But should you? There are pros and cons: for […]

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When Employees Get in Trouble Off the Clock

What can you do when an employee—especially one in a leadership position—gets in trouble off the clock? Domestic abuse, a DUI—or any kind of criminal misconduct that could impact this person’s ability to do their job and reflect poorly on your business? In such a situation, proceed with caution! Different states have different laws governing […]

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