No matter how much you love your job, there will always be clients who drive you up the wall. Maybe they’re constantly changing their mind, or they’re never happy with your work. Whatever the reason, you’ve reached your breaking point. This is when you need to break up with a client.
Employee salaries shouldn’t be treated as a finite number. Salary is relative. Unexplained wage gap destroys work culture and erodes trust. Ensure pay parity to boost employee morale and happiness.
We’re on the cusp of a new era of work. One where the lines between our personal and professional lives are blurred and where the traditional 9-5 workday is no longer the norm. This new era of work is known as the future of work, and it’s being driven by hybrid work arrangements. So what does this mean for you and your business? In this blog post, we will explore the future of work and what you need to know to prepare for it.
Managers and businesses often complicate employee satisfaction and happiness. Simple approach and solutions work best. While it’s important to use analytics and surveys to gauge satisfaction, the best approach for better results is to get personal. Yes, after all its people managing people. It’s about building relationships. Nurturing them. How? Read on.
As we stress on creating happier workplaces, why not have a Happiness Coach or a Chief Happiness Officer. A Chief Happiness Officer is responsible for maintaining and boosting employee happiness. Do you have one at your workplace?
As Gen X starts to follow the Baby Boomers into the retirement age, businesses are starting to take notice of the many benefits that hiring retired professionals can offer. From more time and flexibility to a wealth of experience, retired professionals can bring a lot to the table. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the top benefits of hiring retired professionals.
Closing more digital leads is quite like online dating. Be a fast mover to win more often. Make most of the customer’s intent to buy. Customers hate to wait. Businesses who respond to leads in five minutes or less are 100x more likely to convert opportunities.
Priorities get tricky. There is always so much to be done – in life, at work. At both places, it is easy missing out on some of the most important priorities. Employee success is one such priority.
When in an argument, sometimes the best winning strategy is to take a pause. Give your opponent time to introspect. Silence can be loud. Here are two examples on how to take a pause to win negotiations.
Employees are now more certain about decisions to move on to a new job or take a break from employment. This makes hiring similar to serial dating for employers. Here’s how they can win the game.