Category Archives: Retention

Recipe for Failure-How NOT to treat your new employees

I try to keep things on a positive note, but some messages are better delivered when you show the “worst case” scenario.  I hope none of you ever experience these types of situations in the workplace, but believe me, they … Continue reading

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How to Destroy Morale-Courtesy of Ken Wright and Nina Spencer

Note:  A good friend of mine sent this to me and it struck a real chord when I read it.  I suspect many firms have forgotten how to keep their employees engaged and enthusiastic during this economic downturn and those … Continue reading

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Career plans for the new year

We talked about resolutions in the previous post and I have constructed a simple poll that will allow you to select an option regarding your career plans for 2011. Take a moment and vote-you will see the results immediately.

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IBM Workers To Receive Federal Aid — InformationWeek

Workers laid off from IBM’s operations in Connecticut on behalf of The Hartford insurance company are eligible to receive benefits under the government’s Trade Adjustment Assistance program, according to a notice published Monday in the Federal Register. Under the program, … Continue reading

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SearchWire – Connecting HR, Executive Search and Executive Jobs with Recruitment News

  Too many companies approach the retention of key employees during disruptive periods of organizational change by throwing financial incentives at senior executives, star performers, or other “rainmakers.” The money is rarely well spent. In our experience, many of the … Continue reading

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