Am I an Underutilized Employee, Or Do I Employ an Underutilized Employee?

  September 14, 2017

  Are you unsure what an underutilized employee is? Are you possibly an underutilized employee and you aren’t sure how to approach your supervisor? Take a minute to let Theresa, help you get the conversation started, no matter which side of the desk you sit on. The videos below contain some tips on how to start … Continued

Oh No You Didn’t! – 4 Ways to Diffuse Disrespectful Situations

  July 10, 2017

Employees: If this is happening to you, Take an inventory of the situation by writing down actions you can control and actions you cannot. Mentally ‘let go’ of all those things you can’t control. Focus on what you can control and map out the steps you are going to do next to help resolve the situation. … Continued

Definition of Workplace Culture

  January 1, 2017

The Definition of Workplace Culture: Work culture is the environment created by the concepts established and embraced by the firm and the employees alike. Working culture involves the principles and ideologies associated with the business, company or firm itself, and on the employee side, working culture is thought processes, attitudes and beliefs of the workers. A … Continued

Are Your Job Descriptions Working Hard Enough?

  September 4, 2016

“When they understand their role in the business, 91% of Employees will work toward its success.” Bill Quirke The bad news is this plummets to 23% when employees don’t feel a connection. Poor—or nonexistent—job descriptions can be a missed opportunity or contribute to the problem. Not a “Necessary Evil” Job descriptions perform key functions: Supporting … Continued

Three Things You Can Do to Make Your Employees Happier

  July 1, 2016

“67% Say – Respectful treatment of employees at all levels is the #1 contributor to employee satisfaction.” SHRM.org A 2016 survey from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) discovered that respect beat out compensation, benefits, job security and trust between employees and senior management/opportunities to use your skills and abilities at work. Here’s the … Continued

Managing Work and Family: It’s a Delicate Balance

  May 1, 2016

“46% of working men and women reported that their job demands interfered with their family life”   Employees are spending more time at work today than ever before. This is having a devastating effect on families and communities. Work interferes with family more often than the other way around.1 We spend most of our day … Continued

Accountability or abuse of power?

  February 1, 2015

Is it the lack of accountability or a leader’s self-assigned entitlement of power that disrupts a company business model? Opinions and criticisms are tweeted, posted, and rehashed at the speed of light on this topic. Despite the new layer of social transparency, the abuse of power seems to over shadow accountability more than ever. Great … Continued