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The great resignation: what can we do now? Try this!

Re-reward & re-recognize

Share additional resources with these employees to encourage them to stay. For example, promote team building events where employees can get to know coworkers whom they have not met before. This can go a long way towards boosting spirits and developing bonds and creating a greater sense of community.

Modify compensation for […]

Is Retention Becoming More Difficult?

4 million employees left their organizations in April 2021 voluntarily

Only 74 percent of employees in 2021 agreed that it would take a lot for them to leave their current organization as compared to the 81 percent in 2020

Only 43 percent of exiting employees said that they were valued at their organization

Employee retention is one […]

Are Your Job Roles and Descriptions Still Relevant?

When technology arrived, a question popped up in everyone’s mind: will it have any impact on manual jobs? For instance, robots have replaced workers on construction sites. Similarly, with the pandemic creating a wave of changes, people have started wondering whether their current job roles are still relevant.

Let’s understand the same from the […]

PUT AN END TO DISRUPTIVE MEETING BEHAVIORS WITH THESE POWER STEPS

Almost every presenter or facilitator will eventually have to deal with people who exhibit difficult behavior. In this blog, we will talk about behavior that disrupts the presentation or the work of a group. Disruptive behavior, some intentional and some not, can destroy the flow of even a well-organized presentation or meeting. However, you […]

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Approachability

UNSKILLED

Is distant and not easy to be around
May not be comfortable meeting new people
May be shy, cool, or a person of few words
Doesn’t reveal much; it can be hard to know what they are really like
Doesn’t build rapport, maybe a “let’s get on with it” type
May be a poor listener or appear uninterested
May […]

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