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Key Points to Deliver an Effective Training Session

As a company, a primary objective is to make profit irrespective of your business or industry. To make a profit and incur no loss, your employees have to be well trained and informed, so that they can carry out their respective duties efficiently. You want to be sure you are losing no clients or prospective ones, and you want to cut costs to the bare minimum. Effective training is one way to achieve such success. If management is able to train its employees, this will stir up their passion, improve engagement, and increase productivity.

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Why you should consider Employee Referrals

So many companies have the challenge of recruiting the best employees. Every organization wants top talents and a way I advise on this is through utilizing employee referrals. Employee referral is an internal recruitment channel whereby an organization identifies potential candidates through existing employees. These existing employees make use of their existing social network to recruit the best possible candidate for available positions.

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Promoting a Positive Safety Culture

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I hope your week has been productive and successful so far? One way to have a fruitful week as an employer or someone in the management group is to go all week without a report of an accident in your organization. Undoubtedly, lack of safety in the workplace can bring about devastating experiences but of course, this can be prevented.

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5 Reasons to Consider Pay Transparency in your Company

I remember when we were told to present a paper on any topic we agree on. It was for my compensation class. Somehow, my team agreed on a topic related to pay transparency and even after our presentation, I have always taken out time to deliberate on the topic and pay transparency in general as it seems to fascinate me for reasons unknown. So, this topic is in honor and or remembrance of my great team members. I miss you all.

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How to Retain your Best Employees

Most organizations battle with trying to retain its employees, it becomes worse off if the best employees in the organization are those tendering resignation letters. If your company has a high record of turnover then there are certain factors you may want to take into consideration.

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How to go about Employee Orientation

One way a company can familiarize with new hires is through an orientation process. This involves some form of introduction to new employees on long and short term goals of the organization, values, mission, and the management structure of the company. Expectations are thereafter set and this gives the new employee a broad idea of what to expect on the job. It also gives him/ her an impression of the company’s culture. Therefore, you certainly don’t want to have a poor orientation process for your company.

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5 Ways to Make your Workplace Flexible

Like I explained in the about section, I grew up in Nigeria and I also had the opportunity to work in the country for some time. Most of the jobs available in the country were full-time jobs, so you can imagine how excited I was to realize that I could study and work part-time when I relocate to Canada. To make my short story interesting, I also took out some time to research on if part-time jobs were available and I saw that there was quite a handful. That kept me really enthusiastic.

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How to Manage Attendance Issues or Absenteeism in the Workplace

I remember when I was back in the University I could choose to go to a class or not depending on my mood and other factors. In the workplace, things are quite different. The day your employee agreed to an employment contract you both entered into an employment bargain- that the employer will pay the employee some form of compensation in exchange for his/her time, effort and work with certain limitations.

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3 Reasons to include Workplace Flexibility in your Business Strategy

I know of people who have flexible work hours at their workplaces and I know how happy they are to talk about their job and organization. This sends out a good impression of the organization to the general public. These flexible hours may not necessarily occur every day, there is some form of breakdown or structure to enjoy the flexibility and this prevents its abuse. It goes to show that everything should be done in moderation.

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