A lot has been written about how to manage Millennials versus Baby Boomers. And that’s valuable information – for many employers, the key differences between young employees and those who have been in the workforce since the 1970s are stark.
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Employee engagement is a hot topic in the world of human resource management, and for good reason. According to Gallup research cited by Paul Keegan, reporting for Inc. Magazine, only “30 percent of American workers are engaged at work.
Stress and anxiety are very common within the workplace. While it can be very challenging to do your job and manage the stress and anxiety of the job, there are several ways to try to prevent stress before it occurs and best deal with it, if it does happen.
Employee training programs are crucial for company success. According to the American Society for Training and Development (cited in the Huffington Post), companies with comprehensive training programs experience a 218% higher income per employee than those without them.
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