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Bad Managers Aren't the Main Reason Employees Quit
According to new research from IBM on why employees quit, the old HR adage "people don't leave companies; they leave managers" is being called into question. These are the real reasons they walk away.
Office Hours: How Do You Improve Performance Reviews? A VP at Fossil Weighs In
Traditional performance reviews are a holdover from the machine age, but according to James Webb, VP of global people development and engagement at Fossil, they can still be effective—employers just need to reshape the process. Watch this short video to learn how.
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Dear ReWorker: How Can I Get My Employees to Be on Time?
A small business that can't get its employees to be punctual has tried everything, including offering paid time off as a reward for on-time arrival. But nothing's working, and clients are suffering. Find out what the ReWorker recommends.
The Foundation You Need Before Investing in AI
As artificial intelligence technology is deployed across organizations, the cost of poor decision-making due to weak competency systems is likely to be magnified. What foundational elements does every organization need before investing in AI? Read on.
The ReWork Bookshelf: 5 Must-Reads From Workforce Trends Expert Ira Wolfe
From a book on how to be a better manager, to Ira Wolfe's own work on recruiting in the digital age, this list's got a mix of classics and fresh reads. How many of these are on your bookshelf?
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As a manager, you play an integral role in ensuring lines of communication between yourself and your employees remain open and healthy. One way to do this is by ensuring you and your employees participate in regular, meaningful one-on-one meetings. But sometimes, it can be difficult to know how to start the conversation – and keep it going.
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The missing step in leadership development: How to evolve high-potential talent for leading through disruption
Continuous disruption is defining the 21st century, from rapid advances in technology to political unrest to pandemics. For organizations, building a strong leadership bench continues to be a crucial strategy in not only surviving but thriving amid current and future disruptions. This brief is the final piece in a series of three created to help organizations define, develop, and evolve strong, agile leaders.