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Four Reasons the Big Quit Exists

Turns out the pandemic prompted mass numbers of employees finally say, “take this job and shove it” to employers and careers they don’t like. Life is too short to be miserable at work. In a recent NICE Webinar, we discussed … Continue reading

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Reducing Employee Churn During the Great Resignation

For those of you struggling with your staffing levels or with finding talent during these exceedingly challenging times, I have exciting news to share! My latest commissioned webinar is now available ON DEMAND: Stop the Madness! How to reduce the … Continue reading

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Parallels Between the 1920’s and Today Are Frightening

GUEST POST from Greg Satell It should be clear by now we are entering a pivotal era. We are currently undergoing four profound shifts, that include changing patterns of demographics, migration, resources and technology. The stress lines are already beginning … Continue reading

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Why Change Failure Occurs

GUEST POST from Greg Satell Never has the need for transformation been so dire or so clear. Still, that’s no guarantee that we will muster the wisdom to make the changes we need to. After all, President Bush warned us … Continue reading

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