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Four signs that the loyal employee is hurting your company

Building High Performing organizations, is all about getting the most out of your employees. We hear often times that employers wants loyal employees, but is that really the best for a small organization, are loyal employees the ones that delivers high performance to an organization? As with all strengths, it can become a weakness when there is too much. Here four signs that your loyal employee is hurting themselves and your company:

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What about FlipFlops (and other summer challenges)

As temperatures grow warmer, it is often just a matter of times before an employee steps into the office with a little bit too much beach theme in mind when they picked their dress for the day. But how do you deal with it as an employer, without destroying your embraced flexible dress code? Here five tips to keep the culture great, and the dress code inline with your expectations.

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Ask these 4 question to develop an awesome workforce

Without a clear goal, your team will go nowhere Here’s how to identify and communicate your business’s objectives to keep everyone inspired.

Do you ever have the feeling that your workforce is just doing a job, but doesn’t seem to be engaged? Often times entrepreneurs are extremely excited abut their organization and the purpose, but don’t have the feeling that their employees are understanding this purpose, and are just sitting in a job.

Why you don’t read your own employee handbook (and what you can do about it)

I bet you have never read your own employee handbook completely. Many haven’t and I totally understand. Most employee handbooks are boring. They are not really handbooks. They are a set of rules put together and start off with a boiler plate “hello, thank you for working for us” story of the owner of the company. It has nothing to do with handbook. A handbook tells you how to do things, but an employee handbook often times only tells you how not to do things.