Welcome to the March 16, 2007 edition of how to keep employees. I
John1212 presents Why the Non-Resume Strategy Beats Out a Traditional Resume Every Time! posted at OhCash.com.
Editor - Dave Prouhet presents Effective Meetings posted at Business Advice Daily, saying, "Meetings can get off track - if you take control of them you get results - NOT a Dilbert cartoon. This article is a gentle reminder of some things we may have forgotten."
Wilson Ng presents The Merely Good and the Really Great posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, "The Pursuit of Excellence starts by a person understanding the difference between being merely good and being really great."
Editor - Dave Prouhet presents Poor Employee Performance posted at Business Advice Daily, saying, "In this article we discuss 7 timeless principles for managing employee performance. And guess what they all deal with communication! You follow these and I assure you it will take you a good way toward keeping employees (at least the ones you want to keep). "
Alvaro Fernandez presents Stress Management Workshop for International Women's Day posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, "Too much stress is usually a key obstacle for employee satisfaction and retention. Here we share exercises and tips based on a recent leadership training workshop we gave."
Charles H. Green presents You Empower What You Fear posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Making your new hires sign a noncompete may seem like a good idea, but odds are all it's going to do is cost you the trust required to keep them, and keep them happy."
Pawel Brodzinski presents Show That You Care posted at Software Project Management, saying, "It's very important for a manager to show he cares about his team and the work they do. And it is so easy. Why it's so rare then?"
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