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A Healthy Community Includes Responsible, Respectful & Hard-Working Individuals

If you have lived in the Charlotte Metro very long at all, you have bound to have seen a LOT of changes in every direction of the Queen’s Center City.  Many older buildings are being renovated or demolished with new replacements.  The construction includes numerous residential home developments, large condos, offices, shops, and even parking …

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Leadership – A Critical Priority for Companies & Organizations

Last week the North Carolina Society of Human Resources Management had their annual conference in Pinehurst, NC.  Of the many Human Resources Professionals who attended, there were equally as many who did not attend, which is disappointing.  It seemed many companies and organizations did not support their HR Professionals attending this valuable, annual event.  With …

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TOP EFFORTS THAT EMPLOYERS PROVIDE BEING MOST HELPFUL TO EMPLOYEES

When talking with employees, who have experienced supportive employers, a key factor is for employers to not only talk to/listen to their employees regarding their concerns, but for employers to follow up and address these issues. There are multiple efforts and services employers can offer to help their employees, however, MANY employers never “follow through” …

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How Can Employers Improve Workplace Behavior, i.e. Bullying and Harassment

No matter what industry or business is your field, it seems there is some level of Bullying or Harassment that exists.  Even the settings make no difference, nor age or level of education or income.  The wide diversity of our workforce has only increased the number of poor workplace behavior situations. With each week that …

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What Are You Doing to Enable Your Workforce to be More Productive

If you are one who believes to keep all efforts and processes the same, ask yourself if the results and outcomes are the same, better, or worse.  If you are a business leader or employer and are one who doesn’t like change OR believes in staying with what has worked in the past, be careful — …

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Selecting a Practical Leadership Program to Develop Prospective Leaders

Most employees today have been either exposed to some or little leadership experience.  For so long the Baby Boomers and their predecessors have held the leadership roles for so long that other employees have never had the opportunity to gain any experience.  However, now that more of the senior employees are exiting, more leadership positions are …

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KEEPING UP WITH NEW ISSUES FOR HUMAN RESOURCES & COMPANIES

All generations experience a variety of issues that affect people in the workplace, and employers and human resources are expected to find ways of resolving any unfair or hurtful practices.  When the issues are more harmful or cause public concern, or are illegal, the government may step in to be sure employers are handling their …

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The BIG Transition — Important Considerations About Retirement

As more employees consider “retirement”, there are several aspects and factors to keep in mind.  Exiting employees need to have a plan and to have researched resources that they would likely need.  Employers, this would be an excellent way to demonstrate your respect for good employees.  These are a few areas that need your attention …

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