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How high employee turnover hurts your company

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Employee Loyalty is the New NPS

Net Promoter Score® or NPS® was developed as a means to measure customer loyalty more quickly and accurately. Attracting a high number of customers is great in the short run, but loyalty is what will help your company grow exponentially in the long run. What is only recently being realized is that HR departments can also use NPS to gauge employee loyalty.

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5 Signs of Low Employee Engagement

Employee disengagement can have a dramatic impact on your team, the business and morale. Learn to identify and address the signs before it affects your organization. 

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Micromanagement: The Employee Engagement Killer

One of the main causes of active disengagement is micromanagement. When employees are micromanaged, it kills professional development. However, when leaders effecively foster an environment of accountability and autonomy, companies experience an upsurge in engagement levels.

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Top Employee Engagement Strategies

We give you the lowdown on 5 top organizations with the most engaged teams, and share the innovative strategies and practices that keep these organizations at the top of the employee engagement game.

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How Millennials Learn in the Workplace

Millennials, the much talked about new generation of workers, are disrupting traditional L&D strategies. But who are these ‘modern learners’ and what are the influences that make their educational needs in the workplace so different? 

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How To Increase Innovation In The Workplace

Today one of the key challenges most companies face is being able to scale rapidly while still keeping their innovative startup edge. Startups have less decision-makers making it easier to take the risks needed to remain as innovative as possible. This begs the question do you have to stay small to be innovative?

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