4 Things to Say to Workers to Encourage Employee Engagement

The majority of employees are unhappy and disengaged at work. One reason workers are disengaged is that they don’t like their supervisors. “75 percent of people don’t quit their jobs; they quit their bosses,” stated The Muse. Bosses can encourage job satisfaction and employee engagement by giving positive feedback to their workers. “One of the simplest ways for businesses to …

3 Resume Mistakes That Employers Hate

No matter how talented a candidate is, any resume mistake, no matter how small, can keep him or her from being seriously considered for a position. Common mistakes include poor grammar, incorrect formatting or length (too long or too short are both marks against a candidate) and spelling mistakes. Have you ever made mistakes like these? Why Your Resume Has …

How to Use Microfeedback to Boost Employee Engagement

In the U.S. alone, 70 percent of employees are disengaged at work. This is a major problem since “disengaged employees cost the US $450 – $550 billion annually in lost productivity. Furthermore, organizations with engaged employees outperform those with low employee engagement by as much as 202 percent,” according to Recruiter.com. Employers are aware of the employee engagement dilemma and …

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4 Ways to Train Finance Professionals Using Mobile Learning

About 47 percent of companies use mobile devices to train employees. This is because mobile devices have become essential to productivity. The average person uses a smartphone as a morning alarm, calendar, journal, calorie log, and much more. It’s only natural that mobile devices should also be used as work-related training tools, especially by busy finance professionals. Training that is …

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2 Tips for Taking Charge of Your Time at Work

Did you know that, if you are an average employee, you check your work email about 50 times a day? On a daily basis, you also use instant messaging 77 times. These actions aren’t just monotonous, but they also eat up your work time. “In a study released in 2007, a group of Microsoft workers took, on average, 15 minutes …

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The #1 Thing to Do When Work Feels Chaotic

In today’s workplace, stress is rampant. About 27 percent of Canadians report “high to extreme levels of stress on a daily basis,” stated Statistics Canada. 46 percent claim they feel “a bit stressed” every single day. Not only can long-term stress diminish one’s ability to focus and perform his or her job well, but it can also have serious health …

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Why and How to Help Employees Detox from “App Overload”

Most modern employees are inundated with technology every moment of the day. They constantly have multiple work-related apps vying for their attention. Not only is navigating between apps tiring, but it can also promote Internet addiction. Statistics on Internet Addiction in Canada: Workplace Vs. Personal said, “Studies show that 25 to 50 percent of Internet addiction is occurring in the …