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The Costs Of Ignoring Employee Engagement

The Costs Of Ignoring Employee Engagement | Employee Relations | Scoop.it

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Yu Ji's curator insight, May 2, 2013 9:08 AM

To achieve the highest level of CRM,  not only does customers have to get involved, every employee in organisation should also have the awareness of ownership. 

 

Beach Buzz Media's curator insight, May 2, 2013 6:04 PM

Very true!

Martha Schade's curator insight, May 5, 2013 6:44 AM

Why waste the incredibe abilities talents and insights that humans have? Because they can be difficult to manage? 

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Management Skills 5 Things You Should Never Say to Employees | Managing Employee Performance

Management Skills 5 Things You Should Never Say to Employees | Managing Employee Performance | Employee Relations | Scoop.it
A key management skill is knowing what we shouldn’t say to our employees! Here are 5 examples
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I am happy to say that I have never fallen into these traps as a manager but sad to report that all of them have been said to me at some point in my career.

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Why Managers Are So Important to Business Success

Why Managers Are So Important to Business Success | Employee Relations | Scoop.it
Success in business happens because of successful employees. That being said, strong managers are one of the most critical components of Employee Success — after all, employees leave …
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"...strong managers are one of the most critical components of Employee Success — after all, employees leave managers, not companies." This is so true. Strong, supportive managers are an important component to a company's success.

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What to Do About the Bully in Your Workplace

What to Do About the Bully in Your Workplace | Employee Relations | Scoop.it
Bullies are bad for business. “They are too expensive to keep,” says Gary Namie, co-founder of The Workplace Bullying Institute.Alth
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Ten points to active performance management in a small business

Ten points to active performance management in a small business | Employee Relations | Scoop.it
Entrepreneur Jonathan Richards reveals his tips to maintaining a happy and productive workforce.  (RT @BernardMarr: Ten points to active performance management in a small business http://t.co/be83Dt33Zu)...
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Five Strategies for Establishing a Bully-Free Workplace | Top Stories | New Equipment Digest

Five Strategies for Establishing a Bully-Free Workplace | Top Stories | New Equipment Digest | Employee Relations | Scoop.it
A bully-free culture starts with a zero-tolerance policy – but it won't go anywhere without upper-management support.
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Zero Tolerance 

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Smart Ways to Deal When Your Boss is a Bully

Smart Ways to Deal When Your Boss is a Bully | Employee Relations | Scoop.it
Growing up, bullies were everywhere. They pulled your hair on the playground, they made fun of your name in high school, they were even people you called “friends.” But now you’re an adult, so a
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Great advice for employees dealing with bully bosses

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