When you think of the phrase “Millennial Employees,” many negative stereotypes probably come to mind. When it comes to interacting with millennial employees, a CNBC report found that it’s better to treat them like anyone else: “…if you want to appeal to millennials and keep them in the fold, don’t treat them like millennials. Instead, address millennials as you would employees in any other demographic group.”
If you find this age group perplexing, here are a few tips for hiring and keeping millennial employees. Continue reading “How to Attract and Support Millennial Employees”
When it comes to employee appreciation, it’s important to reward them. Your budget may not allow for bonus checks or lavish gifts, however it is still important to acknowledge hard work and dedication.
What are simple ways to reward employees? Keep reading to find out. Continue reading “How to Reward Exceptional Employees”
Whether you work in a traditional office or in close proximity to people, there’s a chance you may annoy your co-workers from time-to-time, or they may annoy you.
There may be obvious offenders like cooking fish in the breakroom microwave, but there are also small, everyday things that people can find annoying.
Are you guilty of annoying your office? Keep reading for five of the common workplace behaviors that made the list of 34 Things You Do That Annoy Your Co-Workers (but They Rarely Tell You) from Inc. Continue reading “Do You Annoy Your Co-Workers? How to Bring Peace to the Workplace”
Sometimes the office can be a boring place. You show up at the same time every day, likely do the same work day in and day out, and are out the door like clockwork.
For employees, an unexciting day at the office can decrease productivity and may even impact quality of work.
How can you make your workplace more suitable for productivity? Keep reading for business environment tips and ways to make the day a little better for your workers. Continue reading “How To Increase Productivity in the Office”
Congratulations on landing an interview or getting hired at a new job! While your new employer is figuring out if you’re right for their business, it’s important for you to determine if your new job is right for you, too. In all the excitement, it’s crucial to keep your eye out for red flags in your new workplace.
Here are three red flags to watch out for from Monster that can help you make the right decision about whether to take a job or not. Continue reading “Workplace Red Flags: What to Watch Out For”
The first week of work is often the roughest, scariest and
most exciting time. Though you’re probably nervous and finding your bearings,
it is important to make an excellent first impression.
Here are a few tips from Fortune
to help you become an outstanding member of your workplace right away.
Continue reading “The First Week of Work: How to Make a Great Impression”
For many industries and companies, email is one of the most
common forms of communication, whether it’s used for a quick response or a longer
Since this method of communication is used often, there is a
lot of room for error, which can negatively impact yourself and your business.
Here are a few tips to remember when writing and sending
emails that could save you a lot of grief.
Continue reading “How to Write a Professional Email”
It is finally spring, which means it’s time to shake of the
winter blues and start anew. One of the best office place tactics for
leadership to work on is team building.
Continue reading “Important Skills for Team Building: What You Need to Know”