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The Four Stages of Employee Costs

If your business hires one new employee every quarter or less the laundry list of costs associated with hiring, onboarding, training and retaining good people might seem incidental. 917 more words


Spring forward with a full plan

Are you ready for a new year, a new summer season, a new round of tourists? Are your employees ready? We always have training in place for new team members and often we have development programs for existing core employees. 544 more words


Deserve & Demand Respect

If you don’t love and respect yourself no one else will. You treat yourself well and others will not dare to treat you poorly. If they do, let them know immediately that their behavior is not acceptable, and if they want to be in relationship with you, personally or professionally, they need to treat you with the respect that you deserve and demand. 19 more words


Team Building: To be the best, you need to hire the best

Over my many years, either as a potential employee, or as an employer seeking people, I have had some interesting experiences. It has taught me many lessons, not just from my own experiences, but also from observations of my peers around me. 1,013 more words


87 - Team building 

I spent part of this week in Austin for a regional meeting and we had the chance to do “painting with a twist” (minus the drinking) as a team building activity. 53 more words


90 Days with Eric Worre

I’m in LOVE with Eric Worre! Everything that I’ve tried of his has WORKED. Very well, actually. I’m super impressed. Take a peek at this video and tell me what you think :) 11 more words

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How Do You Lead a Multigenerational Workforce?

By Hadley Catalano

Women in leadership positions are now managing multiple generations of employees, sometimes with as much as a 50-year age gap. Generally speaking, the scenario isn’t entirely new: seasoned employees with years of experience have often worked alongside fresh, inexperienced hires. 165 more words