How to Measure the ROI of Employee Engagement

Personal Life and Professional Life

Generally defined as when a worker has their individual priorities aligned with organizational values, employee engagement is a hot topic among both executives and HR personnel. Engagement can be difficult to measure, but it’s easy to recognize: An engaged employee wears it on their face and shows it in their work. It might seem obvious… Read more »

What Employees Need From Management to Succeed

NSC Technologies

According to research, the average employee doesn’t require a lot from management in order to do his or her job effectively. However, the things that employees do need are absolutely essential. Most employees require the same basic things from management: transparency, engagement, recognition and opportunity. This isn’t a lot to ask for and offering all… Read more »

7 Skills to Include on Your Maintenance Mechanic Resume

Maintenance Mechanic Skills

  Maintenance mechanics are responsible for inspecting, fixing and maintaining equipment in a place of business. In recent years, much of the equipment these professionals are responsible for has become more complicated. Today’s maintenance workers must be as comfortable with analog tools as they are with modern electronics and computer systems. Whether you’re just starting… Read more »

Want More Money? Here’s the Right Way to Ask For It

Want More Money?

  If you’re a highly qualified candidate for a job, you might start asking yourself if there is an approach to negotiating for a higher salary without ruining your chances of getting the position. For some people, effective negotiating seems to come naturally. But for the rest of us, it is possible to learn effective… Read more »

Why You Should Give Entry-Level Assembly Workers a Chance

Entry-Level Assembly Workers

  For many managers, hiring entry-level employees can be annoying. However, entry-level workers’ lower average wage and willingness to pick up your methods makes them worth the effort. Entry-level job postings tend to receive a lot more qualified applicants than those for positions that require years of experience, which means sifting through a lot of… Read more »

How Strategic Planning Benefits Leaders at Every Level

When military commanders develop combat strategy, they formulate a plan that can be applied to a fluid, constantly changing situation. The result is a series of options, rather than a sequence of steps that must be taken one after the other. As in military strategy, business strategy must also be developed to handle an unpredictable… Read more »