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When Employee Turnover is Actually Good

We spend a lot of time cursing the ill effects of turnover. It’s disruptive. It’s expensive. It’s a sign of poor company culture and/or leadership. And while all of these things are generally true, there are certain times when turnover … Continue reading

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Motivating Employees – Tips from a Popcorn Kernel | Nonprofit HR Blog

I accepted the official position of Popcorn Kernel this year for my son’s Cub Scout Pack which means that I am responsible for inspiring approximately 100 Cub Scouts and parents in our Pack to sell popcorn as a fundraiser. As I … Continue reading

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ROI on Valuing Your Employees – PRICELESS! | Nonprofit HR Blog

My team received an email recently from a consultant outside of our firm who was expressing his gratitude for the work we did with a mutual client. The extent to which he called out each team member by name and … Continue reading

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How NOT to use Google Chat | Nonprofit HR Blog

The technology that we have access to today is mind boggling in its ability to connect people in a practically unlimited number of ways. Despite the arguments against technology as hampering our young folks’ social development, I am a huge … Continue reading

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