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Information created to address your business’s top challenges and concerns. To spark transformative thinking and problem solving.

Work-Life Balance Should Really Be Work-Life Integration

Work-Life Balance
According to a Huffington Post survey, many Americans feel the overwhelming pressure to do more than ever, in less time, and for the same amount of money or less. The lines between work and personal life have become blurred as employees answer text messages, emails, and phone calls before and after work on a regular basis. With this in mind, business leaders should take four simple steps to foster a healthy attitude regarding work-life integration while still creating an environment where employees are engaged.

Employee Turnover is Expensive. Keeping Your Best Employees Doesn’t Need to Be.

Retaining Top Talent
Money isn’t the most important motivator for keeping your best employees. In this post, we discuss what some of those motivators are and how easy it can be to keep your best employees happy and motivated. With just five simple and cost-effective tips, you can demonstrate how much you value your employees and ultimately retain them as part of your company.

It’s Up to You: A Good Company Culture Starts at the Top

Company Culture
Company culture starts at the top. Creating a culture that fosters an environment of peak performance is critical for business success in today’s economy, yet is one of the biggest challenges for leaders. In this post, we discuss three things any organization, big or small, can do to build a company culture where employees engage in their work and perform at their best. Making that effort will help create a workplace where employees are happy, engaged, productive—and profitable.