Category: Employee Engagement

  • The way toward employee engagement can be so simple!

    Harvey Mackay, the well known author and writer, has a very simple title on his weekly column (November 21, 2010). It merely says, "Say thanks to your employees." Such simple words, but so rarely followed! Mr. Mackay quotes Don MacPherson, President and...

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  • 4 Short Articles; 1 Comprehensive Story

    I read HR Magazine in short bursts - usually when I am 5+ minutes early for an appointment. It takes a month to read the monthly publication at this rate. In today's world, we rarely sit down and read any publication cover to cover. Personally, I like short articles that...

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  • Confusing News on the Economy and Engagement

    It can be on the same day; it can be reported within the same publication (but of course from different sources). The news on the economy is confusing at best and certainly conflicting. The same can be said of the news and resulting implications of employee...

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  • Recovery and its Implications

    This is the theme of discussions and conferences Earlier this week, Human Resource Professionals of Minnesota held their spring conference. The focus/title was Post Recession Strategies: Regroup - Retain - Recruit. On April 16th, the University...

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  • Employee Engagement: Tough News Week!

    U.S. Job Satisfaction Hits 22-Year Low (Conference Board's survey - as reported on CNNMoney.com - 1/5/2010) More Executives Seek New Jobs (Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal - 1/8/2010) Last week was a tough news week for people concerned about...

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  • Employee Engagement - for 2010

    Happy New Year! I think there are many of us who simply want to welcome in 2010 (AND send off 2009). It has been a tough year for most people on some level. Let's resolve to look ahead rather than behind. BUT . . . . . . . . . . that said, 2009 was a...

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  • Employee Engagement

    (We'll come back to Ethics again soon!) Talent Management: A Priority Can we avoid a repeat of 2003? As the last recession was coming to an end, the statistics on the number of disgruntled workers started to grow quarter by quarter. By the spring of 2003, one...

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