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Get Creative with Effective Onboarding

“How was your first day?” is the first thing any new employee hears when they head home after their first day at their new job.  A well thought out and executed onboarding program can guarantee a resounding “GREAT!” and serve as a strong engagement and retention tool for the employee over their first 90 days…

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NJFLA changes coming. Get ready now.

Changes in NJFLA will go into effect this summer. If you have employees based in NJ and have between 30 and 50 employees, in total, anywhere, these changes will impact you. Now is the time to adapt your policies and procedures to ensure ongoing compliance. What Changed? Governor Murphy signed into law an expansion of…

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5 Resume Mistakes and How to Fix Them

A resume, by definition, is a summary of personal, educational, and professional qualifications and experience one provides when applying for a job.  If you are submitting an application for a position you want to put your best foot forward, after all this is the company’s first introduction to you as a possible candidate.  First impressions…

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Solving Common Team Performance Issues

  Teamwork makes the dream work.  It’s cliché, but we all want to head into the office every day knowing we can work effectively with our teams to meet company goals.  Despite best efforts and intentions, things happen that impact team performance. As a manager, you find yourself the person responsible for solving these performance…

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Looking to scale?

Are you looking to scale your organization? Here are some processes and practices that we’ve implemented with our clients to help them grow – sometimes really, really, fast.  Use them to help your company stand out in terms of how you attract and retain talent in your organization. Start with Culture… Build your organization with…

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10 Key Behaviors to Support Your Organizational Change

Are you launching a Change Management Program? We’ve put together a list of  behaviors that will help you manage your program – and drive to a number – in a way that supports ongoing sustainable change. Change projects are not easy. They deserve to be done well, both for the people impacted and the organizations…

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NJ Paid Sick Leave – What you need to know

Effective October 29, 2018, all companies in New Jersey must implement paid sick leave for their employees, according to the NJ Paid Sick Leave Law. Below you’ll find everything you need to know about what this means and what needs to be done by Monday. Who is covered by the new law? All W-2 employees…

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3 Ways to Build Employee Engagement

Looking for ways to build employee engagement? Without spending a dime? Here’s some food for thought on how you can improve your bottom line and your perception as an employer of choice. Think of your employees with a customer mindset There’s a shift happening among high performing companies where employees are viewed through the same lens…

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When it’s time to part company…

No one looks forward to firing someone. It’s one of the hardest things we do as leaders. The conversation is confronting, we don’t know how the person will react and, honestly, we don’t get a lot of practice. Here are a few suggestions to help you if you’re planning to part company with an employee.…

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Managing Change? Ask these questions before you start

Before you embark on a change management project, ask yourself these questions.  They will help you identify what you need to achieve ongoing sustainable change in your organization. Is it achievable? This is not about whether the change can be implemented.  It’s about whether your people will change. For example, most technology-driven change pushes efficiency and…

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