Category Archives: Quick Reads

How to Spot a Fake Glassdoor Review

Since companies have always been able to call and check a potential employee’s record, it is now good to have the opportunity to check a potential company out. Some past employees may leave negative reviews out of bitterness, while some current employees are pressured into leaving positive reviews. Be wary of large amounts of reviews posted at the same time; such as during layoffs or a company drive. If a review sounds too good to be true, ask a pointed question regarding the concern at your interview. Be a wise judge.

Read more: https://www.inc.com/suzanne-lucas/how-to-spot-a-fake-glassdoor-review.html





7 Tips for Engaging Your Employees

Tips to engage your employees include meeting with your employees to determine purpose and long term goals. You should actively listen to what employees have to say and take their ideas into consideration. Consider challenging your employees with additional assignments, such as cross departmental work. Determine if people are disengaged either by surveying or meeting with them to create a solution. Show your employees that you care about them, encourage them to have fun, and celebrate achievements with thanking them.

Read more: https://blog.bonus.ly/tips-for-engaging-employees





Employees Need To Figure Out Their Workstyle

We think about things that we want with our lives in our own personal time, but what do we want in our work life? Do we want to feel comfortable? A good idea might be to start journal writing to determine when you felt your most productive, in what job, who you were working with, and your other colleagues and boss. Think about the opposite of that and what the differences were. Maybe you could make changes to the current job situation, or possibly change jobs.

Continue reading





Five Things That Make You a Great Manager & Leader

Being a good manager starts with being a good coach. This means that you need to get to know your employees by finding out what they need, what their strengths and weaknesses are, and what their goals are. A good coach will utilize strengths and help mold employees. Good managers won’t micromanage, but will empower their employees. Being supportive and inclusive will also help a good team to be successful. Be goal oriented and work as hard as you ask your employees to work. Communicate and be willing to listen and share information for success.

Continue reading





Proven Retention Strategies to Help Reduce Employee Turnover

Every element of your organization is responsible for turnover and retention — not just HR. Employee turnover is a product of the employee experience overall, starting with the candidate’s experience and new employee onboarding. Onboarding is of critical importance to employee retention, and you need to have a well-designed onboarding program that offers employees opportunities for feedback. 

Continue reading