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5 Things You Didn't Know About Your Introverted Employees

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In many offices around the U.S., employees with extraverted personalities are considered the cream of the crop. Their outgoing nature and ability to connect with coworkers, managers and clients helps them succeed in a culture that emphasizes collaboration. But as an HR manager, it may be time to take a closer look at the introverted employees behind the scenes.

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Red Nose Day: 3 Simple Ideas to Boost Employee Engagement

Posted by Alexandra Deck

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Last night marked the first ever Red Nose televised event here in the US. With a thirty year history, this UK-based charity brought out some of the biggest names in movies, music and television to raise money for children and young people living in poverty. If you missed last night’s star-studded event on NBC, we’ve got the highlights. Plus, three simple ideas to boost employee engagement at your organization.  

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What To Do When Hiring Volume Soars - Part 1

Posted by Katie Duffy

Workforce planning is a critical process used to align the priorities of an organization with its hiring needs. Understanding what to map out, such as workforce size, the varying types of workers, and experience and skills, is one thing, but operationalizing them is where the real challenge lies. Often overlooked, not preparing for sudden and hefty changes in your workforce population could be as detrimental to your employment brand equity as it is to your bottom-line.

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Employee to Manager: Key Considerations to Ensure a Smooth Transition

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Management jobs are not for everyone.

They can involve at lot of stress, ceaseless scrutiny from senior management, and at times, be seemingly thankless. In fact, many skilled and highly talented employees simply don’t find the role of a manager to be a very attractive proposition. They choose to enjoy their occupational station at a lower rung on the company power ladder; thus, completely avoiding the myriad of daily challenges involved in management life.

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