Monthly Archives: May 2013

Employers Are Concerned About Employee Stress

A key focus for employers over the next two years is stress management, according to Towers Watson. “The Health, Wellbeing and Productivity Survey” shows that over 40 percent of employers already have stress management programs in place and an additional … Continue reading

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GENERATIONAL EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION MYTH DE-BUNKED

A new report, PwC’s NextGen: A global generational study, reveals that enhancing workplace flexibility and equity between work and home is one of the keys to improving job satisfaction among Millennials. According to the report, while younger workers are more … Continue reading

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The Sub-Par Performance Conversation- A Manager’s Script

There are many articles which provide valuable information about what performance management is and what it isn’t and how to conduct a proper employee evaluation. However, there is not much on how to actually deal with underperformance once identified. Knowing … Continue reading

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