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The Office is Back; American workers are returning to work, but it’s not all rosy

Powers Resource Center

Why does there seem to be an underlying level of continued anxiety, job dissatisfaction or even apathy when it comes to resuming our connected lives and workplace teams? . Tara Powers, CEO of Powers Resource Center and expert in talent development, suggests going back to basics. “In

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15 actionable employee appreciation ideas


Every company relies on its talent to carry it to new heights. Here are 15 great employee appreciation ideas to suit any situation, team member, and budget. One of the most genuine ways to show employee appreciation is by ensuring each team member has a healthy work-life balance.


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Investment Tactics to Build Skills In Your Employees


By offering them opportunities and fostering positive employee satisfaction, you will improve employee retention, attract more talented workers, and boost productivity. One way to invest in your employees is to focus on building their skills. Sponsor Attendance at Conferences.

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How To Build A Solid Foundation For Powerful Team Collaboration

Dr. Nadine

Madden Professor of Global Business at Babson College), revealed that collaborative working environments were 5 times as likely to be high-performing. Team collaborations can be a challenge, but with a strong foundation you can encourage mutual respect and build connections.

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Talent and Performance Management Survey Summary

HR Daily Advisor

The HR Daily Advisor research team conducted the 2016 Talent and Performance Management Survey in January, 2016. Talent and performance management are some of the most important and rigorous tasks any HR professional has to deal with. Highlights of the Talent and Performance Management Survey: When survey takers were asked if they expect to face shortages of talent in areas that will impact their productivity or success in 2016, the majority (71.4%) answered “Yes.”.