Leveraging Employee Engagement

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Leveraging Employee Engagement to Attract and Retain Top Talent

Pay and work conditions have always been important factors when it comes to obtaining top talent in the workplace. However, employee engagement has been shown to be one of the key factors when it comes to retaining that top talent.

Employee engagement is all about how you feel, how you are respected, how you are listened to, and how you are an integral part of the day to day operation. We talked with ERC's consulting department about employee engagement and how companies can be sure to retain top talent.
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5 Reasons Leadership Development Fails

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5 Reasons Leadership Development Fails

Plenty of organizations are developing leaders internally and creating their own leadership development programs. Research, however, shows that investing heavily in leadership seminars, workshops, retreats, books, and so on, won't necessarily create the leaders you want. While these tactics can greatly aid the leadership development process, in the long run, you may still fail to build true leaders.

Here are some common reasons why leadership development efforts fail and don't create the leaders you want, as well as suggestions for how you can increase the likelihood that your leadership development efforts build your employees into the leaders that you need and desire.
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Talking Politics in the Workplace: Addressing the Elephant (or Donkey) in the Room

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Talking Politics in the Workplace: Addressing the Elephant (or Donkey) in the Room

With the upcoming 2018 Election Day on November 8, to say that this election cycle has been more politically charged than most is an understatement at best. So what happens when political discussions begin to (or maybe they already have) sneak into the workplace? Hopefully, nothing. Ideally the discussions remain just that—a civil discourse between employees, perhaps during their lunch hour.
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Commuter Programs - A Unique Employee Benefit

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Commuter Benefit Programs, A Unique Employee Benefit

In today’s tight labor market, chances are your organization is looking to stand out in your recruitment efforts or has been wracking its collective HR brain for new, low-cost ways to boost your appeal to existing employees through your benefits offerings – or both! Particularly if one of your organizational goals is to boost your standing among the less car-dependent, environmentally minded, younger generations now dominating the workforce, then a commuter benefit program might fit the bill.
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