The key to keeping young workers around? Manager feedback

What can companies do to get their young workers to stick around longer? Give them more feedback, a new survey says.  As Millennial workers (those born after the 80s) continue to come into the workforce,...
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Can a worker claim retaliation after she slapped her harasser?

If an employee smacks a manager she claims is sexually harassing her, a company is justified in firing her, right?  Maybe not. That’s the question being asked in a retaliation lawsuit involing WES...
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Using an E-signature Solution to Save Time and Money

Learn why your Sales, Finance and Human Resources departments should adopt an e-signature solution. Enterprises in a broad range of industries are considering e-signature solutions for their ability to...
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The Adobe EchoSign Advantage for Media and Entertainment

Learn how to accelerate contract cycles and increase business process efficiency with e-signatures. As media and entertainment companies face rising operational costs, a rapidly changing environment,...
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Multitasking? You’re Killing Yourself for Nothing

Midway between juxtaposed thoughts about a report I was struggling to complete and a phone call I just missed, I decided to check my email, look at LinkedIn and scan my Facebook feed – all while...
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‘Bob, you smell': What to say to employees about embarassing personal issues

Everybody dreads having those “difficult conversations” with employees about personal issues. Here are some examples of how they can be handled gracefully — including the actual words...
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Do your C-level folks understand what’s really important to your employees?

There’s a dangerous disconnect afoot when it comes to what employees really want. And it could be costing your company a bundle – both in money and employee turnover.   Benefits aren’t cheap, which...
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So is March Madness just a time-waster, or does it pay off in higher morale?

It’s time for March Madness. Do you know where your employees’ heads are?  According to a new CareerBuilder survey, approximately one in seven (15%) of U.S. workers said they plan to participate...
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3 best practices to keep telecommuting programs productive

More employees want the option to work remotely from home, but telecommuting can bring up hurdles companies have to plan for.  Some employers have held off on giving workers chances to telecommute, believing...
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Why HR pros should be concerned with workers’ sleeping habits

There are plenty of reasons for HR to encourage employees to get a good night’s rest. Here’s one that’s bound to resonate with the C-Suite: Workers lack of sleep could have disastrous consequences...
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