How to Tell an Employee You Need “to Talk” Without Making Them Nervous

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For many, “we need to talk” are four of the scariest words. When they come from your boss, getting nervous is just par for the course. While delivering constructive criticism is simply part of being a manager, that does not mean you need to strike fear into the hearts of your staff before that conversation… Read more »

The Importance of Disconnecting From Work During Your Off-Hours

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Many managers believe that “always on” employees are ideal. Company leaders adhere to the notion that when they and their staff are perpetually available, everyone is ultimately more productive. However, the reality is usually different. Disconnecting from work during off-hours is incredibly beneficial, and can lead to increased productivity and higher-quality outputs. If you are… Read more »

They May Be Leaving, But Your Employee’s Exit Interview Is Still Important

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As a rule, it costs much more time and money to replace a lost employee than to hire for a new position. Therefore, it’s important for companies to conduct exit interviews with departing employees so that they can gather feedback at this critical time. Exit interviews are very useful because employees tend to be much… Read more »