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Before hiring a key manager, supervisor or sales professional, you should consider preparing an employment contract with a non-compete clause to protect your most valuable assets.
Customers of organizations with employee brand advocates enjoy better customer service, greater anticipation of and ability to have their needs met, and more attentiveness to their voice and feedback. Learn how to transform your employees into advocates.
The current recession has put a damper on corporate hiring and has placed increased productivity demands on existing employees. Workers need ongoing training, information technology updates, and the latest high tech equipment to enhance their output. Beyond the tools that every competitive business provides, morale is a potent productivity tool. As employees nerves are stretched thinner in a work place that extracts more work from fewer workers, employee morale is vital.
It is one thing to hire the employees you desire and require to get your vision on track towards fulfillment but it is yet another thing to ensure those people are fruitful and fulfilled to a point where they stay with your company long enough to make the impact you desire. The employee-employer relationship is such that there is mutual benefit. Learn how to keep your employees for longer periods
The United States Office of Employment predicts that 29 percent of the U.S. labor force will be comprised of minorities by 2008. More importantly, it estimates that between 1998 and 2008 some 41 percent of the people entering the U.S. workforce will be minorities.
Minorities in America are now one-third of the population and they spend over $2 trillion every year. This is a huge market for cooperatives all across the country.
The United States Office of Employment predicts that 29 percent of the U.S. labor force will be comprised of minorities by 2008. More importantly, it estimates that between 1998 and 2008 some 41 percent of the people entering the U.S.
The United States Office of Employment predicts that 29 percent of the U.S. labor force will be comprised of minorities by 2008. More importantly, it estimates that from 1998 to 2008 some 41 percent of the people entering the U.S. workforce will be minorities.
The United States Office of Employment predicts that 29 percent of the U.S. labor force will be comprised of minorities by 2008. More importantly, it estimates that from 1998 to 2008 some 41 percent of the people entering the U.S. workforce will be minorities.
What is cultural diversity? Diversity is nothing more than a difference from the majority. In any culture there is a majority and many minorities. Culture is a set of norms that set standards for a society of what is acceptable behavior.
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