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Heather R. Huhman
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Companies have a hard time finding candidates with communication skills, a positive attitude and the ability to work on a team.
Today's job-seeker requires a whole new hiring strategy, and employers need to adapt.
It might already be too late to recruit from the Class of 2018. But there's still hope for 2019's.
Just take care not to get overly involved in employees' problems.
Today's business leaders need to do more than just make money: They are responsible for serving their communities.
Ping-pong tables are fun, all right, but they don't provide a lasting impact on employees' lives. But health and financial benefits do.
Financial struggles for employees also create problems for employers.
There's nothing wrong with acknowledging to that job candidate that you know he (or she) is going to leave eventually.
A bad work habit can be a form of self-preservation. How do you, as leader, convince the employee to ditch it?
Warning signs to watch for include an employee who feels entitled or just won't learn.
When you bring in automation, tell employees that just because they're no longer indispensable doesn't mean they're not still valued.
April 22-28 is National Infertility Awareness Week. Do you and your employees know what your colleagues are dealing with?
Want that rating for yourself? Think about transparency, stewardship of your office culture and really, really good listening skills.
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