Tag Archives: Informed

Is Your Company a Supportive Community Partner

One important aspect of any company is to have “good public relations” with their community. Companies that hire a larger number of community citizens should feel that public relations is a very important factor. Hopefully, that employer compensates the employees well and provides valuable benefits and resources. The relationship and management that employers have with …

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How Decision Makers Decide on Unpopular Topics and Issues

Some business decisions are related to topics and concerns that are devided across different generations. Diversity is a good for businesses, and yet those different generations have definite and distinctive perspectives, priorities, and opinion. With this being the case, it is practically impossible for decision makers to make a final decision on anything that won’t …

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What Can Employers Do to Prepare for the Unknowns

There are a lot of unknowns that are causing concerns for employers today. Most of these are out of the control of employers, employees, and customers. Still, employers and business owners need to think about what they can do to protect their businesses or strengthen their organizations as much as possible NOW. By reviewing what …

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WHAT DOES IT TAKE FOR A LEADER TO PRODUCE A SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION

When a Business Leader or Employer is responsible to develop a productive, successful organization, what steps and factors play a part in this effort?  What makes a difference? !) The Business Leader first needs to have lots of good training and experience on being an “effective leader”.  Without thorough Leadership Training, as well as actual …

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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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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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THE IMPACT OF CUSTOMER SERVICE ON BUSINESSES

Of all the investments and efforts provided by businesses, where would you believe Customer Service Training ranks in that list?  Seen as a skill or role in a business, Customer Service often is given extremely little training or none at all.  The majority of business people have no idea what impact that Customer Service has on the bottom …

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How Would Employees Rank Your Company’s Hiring Process

The Hiring Process is “no piece of cake”.  Locating appropriate employees with the needed skills, experience, personality, and competencies, PLUS having proper certifications and education AND a clean background check is a lot of qualifications.  Of course, no one is perfect, but with all that some positions require, it may take not just dozens, but …

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The Need for Change in Outplacement — Different Today than 25 Years Ago

When Outplacement was developed in the 1980’s, the loss of a job was not only devastating, but people didn’t know what to do, and emotions were “off the charts”.  Though always an emotional tidal wave for any position, the executives found it especially difficult to land another professional position.  Blue-collar workers found it a little …

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