Six Toxic Employee Types That Will Destroy Your Company Culture

Here are the six different kinds of toxic employee types that can single-handedly destroy a healthy productive work environment. The “Busy Body”- This is someone who is constantly trying to tell others how to do their job while their productivity is severely lacking. They are too busy minding others business that they fail to take…

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When Disruption in the Workplace Turns to Dysfunction

Let me start out by saying disruption is good, but when it creates havoc and is the cause of missed deliverables, low morale in the workplace and the breakdown of trust among your employees; simply put, it is cancerous, and it must be eliminated quickly. How healthy is your company? Here is a culture “health”…

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5 Tips for Employee Retention Domination

There’s something fantastic to be said about employee retention and what it can do for your business. Honestly, keeping your employees saves you money, time, productivity, and frustration. Replacing an employee can cost anywhere between 6-9 months’ of an average salary. There’s lots of work involved in screening, interviews, hiring, and training someone new. Leaving…

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Reduce Your Cost of Labor

Manual Timekeeping Pain Points Erroneous wages paid The American Payroll Association estimates that the rate of human error in time card preparation is between 1% and 8%. The Cost:  A conservative 2% human error rate on a $12,000 payroll would equal $240 in erroneous wages paid per pay period.  Moreover, the cost to re-issue correct payroll…

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Are You Paying Enough Attention to Your Existing Clients?

Often times as business owners or executives we get so focused on gaining new customers that we fail to effectively meet the growing needs of our existing clients. According to Marketing Metrics, this is counter-productive, considering it’s far easier (about 50% easier) to sell to existing customers than to brand new prospects. Inexperienced and even…

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How to Better Engage Hiring Managers in your Recruiting Process

One of the most common challenges I hear from the HR professionals I talk with is how to better engage their hiring managers in the recruiting process. The hiring manager is one of the most important stakeholders in the recruiting process, but they are often the hardest to effectively engage in the process. It really…

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