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When I decided to start working toward a PhD I intentionally chose to leave my position at one organization and move into a non-management position that would provide me more time for school work. I needed to continue working while pursuing my PhD, so moving to a new job with less responsibility seemed like the… Read More
Recently a Wall Street Journal article caught my attention . . . it was “Thinking of Quitting? The Boss Knows.” It was about companies doing employee research to discover when they would likely experience turnover. First, I applaud any and all efforts to better understand what employees are thinking, but I hope employers aren’t forgetting… Read More
The best way for businesses and hiring managers to attract and retain top talent is to nurture it. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job openings currently available to American workers are the highest they have been in 14 years. Companies made 5.1 million hires in Dec. 2014. The talent market is incredibly… Read More
Many individuals view competition as a threat to their professional careers. However, competitiveness is healthy among enterprises and their employees as it stimulates growth, innovation and intelligence. By embracing competition as a necessary part of progress, companies are able to do the following: