6 Obstacles For Human Resource Managers With the Increasing Option to Work From Home

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For some companies, working from home is nothing new. However, for others, it is a major shift in policy that comes with several challenges. One of the biggest challenges faced by businesses is how to manage their human resources when employees are spread out across different locations. This is especially true for small businesses that may not have the resources or technology to support a remote workforce.

5 Ways to Help Employees Deal With The Fear of Job Loss

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Automation will displace 85 million jobs globally by 2025. The current economic climate too is one of uncertainty. These can lead to a great deal of anxiety for employees who fear they may lose their jobs. When people lose their jobs, they often feel like they have lost everything. But there are things you can do to help them cope. Here are 5 ways to help employees deal with the fear of job loss.

Top 5 Small Business Owner Problems (And How to Solve Them)

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As a small business owner, you wear many hats. You’re the CEO, the CFO, the janitor, and everything in between. It’s a lot of responsibility, and it can be overwhelming at times. Trust us, we know. We’re small business owners ourselves. In this blog post, we’re going to discuss the top 5 small business owner problems – and how to solve them.

The 8 Absolute Worst Habits Of Bad Bosses (And How To Fix Them)

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Bad bosses come in all shapes and sizes. They’re the micro-managers, the bullies, the control freaks, and the know-it-alls. They’re the ones who always have to be right, who always have to have the last word, and who never see the value in anyone else’s opinion but their own. Here we’ve shared 8 absolute worst habits of bad bosses.

RATER Model For Employee Satisfaction

Happiness, experiences and satisfaction are intangibles. They are perception driven. And perception varies. From one person to another. From one group to another.But, we still need to measure perception. Measurement creates benchmarks. Measurement creates standards. This is where we can use the RATER model.