Category Archives: Retention

Hiring With a Noble Purpose

When you hire with a Noble Purpose, you gain power. The power to innovate, grow, succeed, and more. I had a recent dialogue with the creator of the “Noble Purpose” concept and strategy, author and consultant Lisa Earle McLeod. Here’s what she had to say on why it’s important to hire with a Noble Purpose. …

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If Trump talked about employee retention…

Walls Don't Work

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How to Avoid Being an Employment Commodity

Here’s a fact about the jobs at your company that you may not like: they’re a commodity. You might think that what you have to offer is unique and the position you’re filling is like no other. You may believe your work environment is novel and the culture you create in your workspace is special. …

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50 Years and Counting

50 years ago today, a young couple took their vows, pledging to see things through, for better or worse. As the son of these two quirky human beings, I look back at the decades of their marriage and marvel at all they have been through. In particular, while I was in high school, when Dad …

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Creating Your Own Dream Team

Transform how you sell with Sales Yoga-The Audio Workshop. Download a free sample. Scott’s new video book, The Avoidant Economy, is now available. The introduction and first chapter are free.

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Video Series: The Simple Truth – How to Measure Employee Engagement

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Video Series: The Simple Truth – The Mistake of Measuring Employee Engagement

       

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Guest Column: You Want to Look at What?

Paula Roy is StaffingU’s VP of Learning and Development and is the principal consultant at PMRoy Consulting. No matter what role an individual plays in the job market, he or she has probably heard at least one odd request from a prospective employer for deeply personal information, purportedly for use in evaluating fitness for a …

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