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The Benefits Of Employee Turnover

Until recently, HR and line managers focused on maintaining a low employee turnover (the rate at which employees leave an organisation and are replaced by new ones). 323 more words

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It’s that time of the year when you look back at what was, has been or could have been, and at the same time, look forward to what can and should be in the New Year. 275 more words

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End Year Productivity

The holiday season can often be a stressful and hectic time at many workplaces. You may be facing projects that must be completed by the year’s end, while feeling drained from the amount of work you have put in, and at the same time there are social commitments and other family and personal affairs that demand your attention. 288 more words

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Landmines Progress: What To Avoid To Advance In Your Career

While the road to success is strewn with a variety of landmines, some of the more obvious ones need to be highlighted for the greater good. 263 more words

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3 Steps To Behavioural Change

A successful organisation is built on strong working relationships between employees. When an individual’s behaviour is disruptive, annoying or aggressive, managers must address the issue without causing animosity. 289 more words

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Catching Some Limelight

Getting ahead is a perpetual challenge faced by everyone on a daily basis, particularly if you are a corporate lemming in a large organisation. However, promoting yourself with the people that matter is like walking a fine line, and if you don’t tread carefully you can quickly find yourself branded a narcissist for life. 262 more words

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The New Rules Of Delegation

Managers and supervisors often resist delegating responsibility for several reasons: lack of trust in employees’ capabilities; fear of failure and of things going awry; and insecurity about losing their position. 270 more words

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