Next-Gen Leaders: Weekly Roundup 4/25 – 4/29
Forgiveness in the workplace isn’t something we hear a lot about, and that’s too bad. Without it, fear of getting others in trouble can cause problems to go unreported , and important opportunities for growth and improvement are missed.
Whether we’re talking about employees or customers, text messaging has become the preferred method of communication. A new reports says three-quarters of the millennial workforce would rather text than call.
Nothing ruins a job as much as feeling personally disrespected. It’s more of job stressor than anything else, and can even seriously affect employees’ health.
Staying in touch with former employees is a smart move since they can advocate for the company, help with referrals, and they might even come back one day.
It’s no shock that unhappy employees hurt productivity. This article contains some unusually smart, practical ideas for how to keep employees feeling good about their jobs.
New research proves that mushroom management—keeping employees in the dark—can cause some workers to quit, and leave others frustrated and fearful.
They’re hitting 20 and starting to take their place in the workforce. These young adults have grown up in a very different world than any generation before them. And that makes them different, too.