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Here's How to Have a Mutually Successful Mentoring Relationship

Posted by Emily Lundberg   Jan 21, 2019 9:30:00 AM

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As a senior professional, mentoring is one of the most rewarding and impactful activities you can engage in - both for yourself and the junior people you work with.

Research has found that productive relationships result in greater job satisfaction and success for both mentors and mentees. However, you can only obtain those positive results if you invest your time with your mentee on activities and conversation topics that are curated to drive their success.

Keep reading to learn how to develop a mutually beneficial mentoring relationship.

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5 Employee Retention Strategies to Nurture Your Top Performers

Posted by Emily Lundberg   Jan 15, 2019 4:26:37 PM

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Over 80% of full-time workers are actively looking for a new job or would be open to new opportunities if they arose. Thus, employee retention needs to be a priority for every manager, not just those in HR.

Unless you give your top performers compelling reasons to stay, nothing is stopping them from taking a job offer elsewhere.

According to the Society for Human Resources Management, the key to successful employee retention strategies is sustaining positive momentum as opposed to launching short-term campaigns whose impact fades quickly. Doing this is especially important to retain your best employees who can easily find another job.

Here are five employee retention strategies to nurture your top performers. 

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How (and Why) to Push Your Employees to Take Vacations

Posted by Emily Lundberg   Jan 11, 2019 9:35:26 AM

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According to the State of the American Vacation Report, 52% of employees don’t use all of their paid time off. And, among professionals who do go on vacation, 70% report working while out of the office.

If your employees fit these stats, your company is suffering from a significant loss of productivity. People who don’t take work-free vacations have:

  • Heightened stress levels which increase the frequency and likelihood of making mistakes.
  • Limited ability to be creative (including in problem-solving)
  • Increased likelihood of burning out.

These are detrimental to workplace productivity and performance and have a simple solution: persuade your team to use their PTO. Here’s how.


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