How Micromanagement Is Harming Your Company? 

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Workforce management is a big part of the responsibilities of any business leader or manager. There are many different ways managers can interact with their teams and manage workflows. There is not a standardized approach to managing teams or individual workers; as such, most business hierarchies focus on productivity and leave workforce management...

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Everything You Need to Know About Workplace Safety

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In the modern business world, all firms and industries have to comply with rules, standards, and regulatory requirements. These govern everything from creating standard operating procedures on the assembly line to paid time off guaranteed by FMLA. Moreover, companies can be held accountable...

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What Is Employee Burnout and How You Should Tackle It?

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A consistently productive workforce helps businesses achieve optimum functionality. That said, expecting the same level of productivity every day from a workforce isn’t always practical. Every employee is unique, and that leads to significant a significant variance when you review workforce metrics for performance appraisals. You may have erratic hyper-performers, employees that are steadily working, ones...

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Employee Counseling and How It Should Be Conducted in the Workplace 

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Employee wellbeing is almost always a paramount consideration within the most successful companies in the world. A happy, healthy, and motivated workforce is typically a productive one. This is why so many employers understand the benefits of offering benefits like job security, health insurance, and benefits. These help...

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The Pros and Cons of a Laissez-Faire (Hands Off) Business Leadership  

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Leadership skills sometimes manifest under unlikely circumstances, and while many leaders have a specific command style, tend to have distinct leadership styles they may find that their style does not suit every situation. Laissez-faire leadership style is one of the primary examples. Laissez-faire, or “no interference”, refers to leadership taking a distinctly hands-off...

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Choosing the Right Pay Frequency Model for Your Business

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Paying workforces is always a significant business obligation. That’s in addition to managing business expenses, abnormal costs, wastages, overheads, and business risks. Moreover, businesses have to manage all of the above while keeping their cashflows sufficient. Pay frequency can often...

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The Myth of the Bell Curve: Look for the Hyper Performers

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Most business’ workforces are comprised of professionals with a mix of skills, expertise, and ideas. Workforce performance is usually a good indicator of the success of your talent acquisition strategy. Hyper performers, however, are a rare kind of employee that can perform far above par, even compared to reliable workers. Do you have employees that seem to...

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