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11 Non-Traditional Ways to Reward Innovative Employees I Lisa Bodell

11 Non-Traditional Ways to Reward Innovative Employees I Lisa Bodell | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Where end-of-year bonuses once stood as the gold standard,today’s reward programs are more varied and reflect an organization’s unique culture and creativity.

From peer-to-peer rewards to gamification and front-row parking spots, the reward space is evolving with the speed of an Internet meme. Your own incentive program plays a key role in driving innovative behavior, so it must serve your business goals while offering an array of aspirational carrots...'

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Thwart cyber security threats through employee training I Julie Ferguson

'Cyber security and data integrity are growing problems for organizations of all sizes - spurring a huge demand for cyber insurance to minimize any losses associated with data breaches. While much attention is focused on thwarting damage by malicious hackers and cyber criminals, the point of greatest vulnerability is often overlooked: your own employees. Any good security plan focuses on plugging internal leaks by training employees in keeping computers, devices and networks safe....'

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Employees Have Spoken - 7 Actions HR Should Take

'Let's face it - the competition for top talent is fierce, and the best employees are looking for more than just a job. They want options, and they want meaning. Check out these 7 areas HR can fine tune to ensure they're attracting and keeping the right talent around.'

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How Do You Connect Employees And Their Passion To The Brand? I Steve Farnsworth

How Do You Connect Employees And Their Passion To The Brand? I Steve Farnsworth | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Often companies “roll out the new re-branding” to employees. and the marketing team then quickly puts a check mark in the done box and they’re on to the next. Often brand managers focus only on the communications deliverables and not the holistic reality of creating passionate brand ambassadors from within the company'

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Do Your Employees Use Facebook? You Might Have a Problem I Rob Enderle

Do Your Employees Use Facebook? You Might Have a Problem I Rob Enderle | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
A recent study ties Facebook use to divorce. (Either as a cause or an effect. Or both.) Social networks could have a similar adverse effect on the relationship status of employees and your company. It might be time to keep an eye on your workers.
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Forging Alliances between Employees and Employers I Stephanie Reyes

Forging Alliances between Employees and Employers I Stephanie Reyes | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
The fundamentals of the employee-employer relationship have changed over the past few decades. Employers no longer even pretend to offer job security and, in return, employee loyalty to a particular company is rare. Yet employees still want to know where they stand and what their long term prospects are within the organizations they work for. And employers still want to reduce employee churn and find ways to retain great employees as long as possible. The question is: How can we do that in today’s competitive, volatile, shifting world?
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Employee Performance Continuum: The Six Performance Levels I Jamie Resker

Employee Performance Continuum: The Six Performance Levels I Jamie Resker | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'In any given organization there are high as well as low-level performers and those in between. As a result, it can be difficult to know how to evaluate employee performance and convey performance feedback in a way that ties directly to that individual’s strengths and weaknesses. The two-dimensional Employee Performance Continuum offers a transparent way to differentiate and “see” employee performance effectiveness...'

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How Ethical Are Your Employees? Depends What Time It Is I Will Yakowicz

Research finds that early-rising employees behave less ethically at the end of the day when their energy is low.
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4 Fundamentals To Elevate Employee Engagement I Lisa Ryan

4 Fundamentals To Elevate Employee Engagement I Lisa Ryan | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Did you know that when an employee leaves their job, 67% of the time it’s not the job, it’s the boss?  Of course you know the importance of keeping your best employees from becoming someone else’s top talent, but exactly how do you do that? Here are four ways to build trust and earn their loyalty...'

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Should Employees Use Social Media at Work? | Bridget Miller

Should Employees Use Social Media at Work? | Bridget Miller | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...Let’s take a look at several different perspectives on this question: 

- Will it affect employee productivity?

- Are employees acting as representatives of the employer on social media?

- Does restricting social media reduce the employees’ right to discuss workplace conditions?...'

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Why Employees See Things Differently I Stephanie Reyes

Why Employees See Things Differently I Stephanie Reyes | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'At minimum employees will need:

- Enough high-level information to effectively consider broader business implications.

- Time and space away from daily tasks to make the necessary mental shift and apply creative thought to bigger issues.

- Real permission not pseudo-permission; in other words, the ability to reschedule deadlines or drop other deliverables without reprisal.

- Recognition when they lift their eyes up from the daily grind and start performing in complete alignment with company strategy and goals.'

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10 Reasons Employees Really Care About Their Jobs I Jeff Haden

10 Reasons Employees Really Care About Their Jobs I Jeff Haden | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Want your employees to care about your business? First care about them--and show it by:...'

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Employee Habits Put Corporate Data at Risk I Samuel Greengard

Employee Habits Put Corporate Data at Risk I Samuel Greengard | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Nearly two-thirds of breaches can be attributed to negligence, human error or system glitches, and the challenges associated with locking down data are mounting.
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7 Things A Business Leader Must Understand About Customer Service I Micah Solomon

7 Things A Business Leader Must Understand About Customer Service I Micah Solomon | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'To provide successful leadership you need to serve your customers, and the employees who serve your customers, successfully. Here are seven elements of doing so; I’d put money on the likelihood that you’re overlooking some of them...

'You can’t give good customer service if you don’t hire appropriate employees : here are the traits that make for a great customer-facing employee. They spell “WETCO...'

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Should You Friend Your Boss on Facebook? I Lida Citroen

Should You Friend Your Boss on Facebook? I Lida Citroen | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...In today’s social world, boundaries and “lines” across relationships, and the protocol guiding them, seem to blur the second they’re set. As soon as the marketing department and human resources issue “Social Media Guidelines for XYZ Company Employees,” the addenda and exceptions start flying.

With new social media platforms offering creative ways to engage and socialize, we can now know about each other’s personal lives, career history, photos from high school and most personal inner thoughts, online. So how do you know when, where and how to connect with your employers and influencers online?...'

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'Many companies are developing guidelines and standards for social media. Be sure to consult those before engaging with colleagues and employers online.'

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Employee Satisfaction Surveys: 3 A’s You Can't Ignore I Jason Phillips

Employee Satisfaction Surveys: 3 A’s You Can't Ignore I Jason Phillips | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'An employee survey is an efficient employee engagement tool for CEOs, managers, and executives, who want to boost performance, productivity, and job satisfaction at the workplace. Every company should acknowledge their importance because employee surveys are the cheapest, simplest way of fixing issues. How much do you want your enterprise to achieve worldwide recognition?'

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Whats Wrong with Employee Advocacy? I Josh Holzhaeuser

Whats Wrong with Employee Advocacy? I Josh Holzhaeuser | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'There has been a lot of talk around employees speaking for their brand on their personal social media networks. “It’s good”, “it’s bad”, “it’s the answer to social media for the enterprise”, and the list goes on...

Here are a few point that many companies miss, but are absolutely vital when it comes to success for the new social enterprise...'

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How To Make Employees Human I Paul Hebert #HUMANIZE

How To Make Employees Human I Paul Hebert #HUMANIZE | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
It is time to put humans back in the equation. No more “standardization” – let’s let humans be variable. Let’s celebrate differences and humanize work.
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Should You Block Social Media At Work? I Ilya Pozin

Should You Block Social Media At Work? I Ilya Pozin | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Social media in the workplace is a hot button topic. Where do you draw the line between productive networking and distracting time suck?
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Why employee use of social media "off the clock" may still impact your workplace I Eric B. Meyer

Why employee use of social media "off the clock" may still impact your workplace I Eric B. Meyer | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'A few weeks, ago I was speaking about social media and the workplace to a fabulous audience at the 2014 SHRM Annual Conference and Expo. (Email me if you want a copy of my slidedeck). One of my session themes was that there is no such thing as employees using social media "off the clock."...'

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Should Employees Use Social Media at Work? I Muhammad Adeel Javaid

Should Employees Use Social Media at Work? I Muhammad Adeel Javaid | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'I get it... You're completely convinced that allowing your employees to get on Facebook and Twitter would pull the rug out from under your bottom line. Because of that, you block chat, tweets, and all other social networking to make sure your workers are doing only what you pay them for. I am here, however, to suggest that there can be a backlash from that approach. Social networking can actually help you in the long run, and I want to try to open your eyes to this fact...'

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Understanding The Needs of Your Employees I Georgina Stewart

Understanding The Needs of Your Employees I Georgina Stewart | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'As a leader it is essential that you understand what it is that your employees need and focus on their needs and desires as much as your own, if not more...

If you’re looking to improve as a leader here are some basic employee needs and what you can do to help...'

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Employee Development: Using it as a Retention Tool | Bridget Miller

Employee Development: Using it as a Retention Tool | Bridget Miller | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Some employers fear spending on employee development, citing the risk that the employee might take those new skills and leave. This fear is pervasive. It affects decisions not only for new hires, but for long-term employees wanting to advance their skills. This can become a catch-22, however, since employees who are not given opportunities to grow and develop new skills may grow increasingly dissatisfied.
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How Service Employees React to Mistreatment by Rude Customers (Ruodan Shao, Daniel P. Skarlicki) I Anjali Banerjee

How Service Employees React to Mistreatment by Rude Customers (Ruodan Shao, Daniel P. Skarlicki) I Anjali Banerjee | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Dealing with rude customers is a universal truth to working in service positions... 

In short, organizations need to remember that customers can be jerks. When they are, your employees will be faced with the choice of how to respond. Ultimately, anticipating their reactions based on cultural differences can make a huge difference in your employees’ stress management and customer service.'

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Privacy is Going to be a Major Employee Concern for the Future | Mike Haberman

Privacy is Going to be a Major Employee Concern for the Future | Mike Haberman | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Privacy has been a topic in the news with a lot of the revelations of the spying activity of NSA. How might this be a major employee concern of the future?
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