Diversity and Inclusion: How to Promote in the Workplace

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While quite a few businesses have been focusing on greater diversity and inclusion in their workplaces over the past year, there is still substantial room for improvement. Research shows when companies build diverse teams, it supports higher productivity and employee engagement. Diversity has also been shown to boost creativity and problem-solving capabilities, given a business… Read more »

3 Warning Signs that Morale is Low Among Your Employees

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The morale within your workforce is high when employees generally feel positive about the work they do, and when this is the case: It results in high productivity, greater employee retention, and more robust performances. Unfortunately, high employee morale isn’t a given and requires a lot of work. Managers need to make employees feel appreciated… Read more »

Target Top Talent by Making These 4 Tweaks to Your Job Descriptions

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If your organization is finding it difficult to locate and retain best-fit talent, you can do your company a massive favor by making smart tweaks to the descriptions in your future job postings. Unfortunately, quite a few companies have a tendency to mess up their hiring approach by using job descriptions that attract poor-fit candidates…. Read more »

5 Reasons Why Communication Matters to Your Workforce’s Safety

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The best-laid plans are more likely to go astray because of poor communication, and workforce safety is no exception. Insufficient communication may also wind up causing a dangerous workplace environment, marked by a higher rate of accidents and illnesses. Poor communication can also impede the development of a strong culture around safety and health. Safety… Read more »