Leadership & Career

Stop being an indecisive manager

January 20, 2023
Ever-changing workplaces require leaders to make more decisions than ever in uncharted waters, and the burden can result in decision fatigue. But waffling on what to do comes at a price.

Advice for managers: Do this to help reduce employee stress levels

January 20, 2023
Managers should take action to help workers achieve an improved work-life balance while reducing stress levels and improving overall productivity. Evotix, provider of EHS software solutions, offers advice on how managers can create the best possible environment for employees.

Management tip: Avoid always having a solution

January 13, 2023
The best managers embody the philosophy of the adage “Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” In other words, if you always have the answer for your team, you deprive them of being able to figure out a solution on their own.

Employee morale at all-time high: Make this a reality at your company

January 13, 2023
The recent survey found that 72% of workers reported that morale amongst their co-workers is either “excellent” or “good,” which is a three-point improvement from May 2022.

4 ways to earn an employee’s trust

January 13, 2023
Employees who don’t trust your organization will be far less motivated and productive. For any organization to succeed, a high level of trust must exist at all levels. We’ve compiled four of the most effective ways to earn your employees’ trust.

How to develop an effective workplace training program

January 13, 2023
Employee retention has been a significant challenge for many businesses in recent years, and that trend is not likely to slow down too much in 2023. Leaders looking to improve employee retention in the new year may be pleased to learn that a recent study by Emergn found that workplace training can act as a valuable retention tool.

Roadmap for leaders: Research reveals what employees want most in uncertain times

January 12, 2023
As the pandemic fades into the rear-view mirror, the lessons learned provide a roadmap toward effective leadership in tough times. Building trust with employees is vital, displaying vulnerability can be useful and providing inspiration is key.

Boost employees’ confidence in your workplace technology

December 22, 2022
Technology is ubiquitous, so it’s no surprise that 86% of U.S. employees feel confident using it, according to a Moneypenny survey. But 74% of employees say they would benefit from workplace tech training.

Repurpose your office space to foster employee connections post-COVID

December 22, 2022
Most physical office spaces will never function as they did pre-COVID. With hybrid and remote working arrangements, you’ve likely questioned the size and function of your workspace. Moving to a smaller office or scrapping headquarters is one option. But it is not practical for all organizations, especially those who own the building or have a long-term lease. If that describes your company, it’s time to get creative.

It’s time to quit “quiet firing”

December 22, 2022
Passive-aggressive strategies to make an employee so uncomfortable they’ll quit are decades-old tactics to force individuals out of a position. A JobSage survey of 2,000 U.S. managers and employees found that nearly a third of managers say they’ve “quiet fired” an employee.