June 14, 2018

Your Orientation Just Cost You $20,000

Your Orientation Just Cost You $20,000 You’ve been through a mountain of resumes, hours of interviews, strategic salary negotiations, and finally made the offer to the perfect candidate, only to have them leave within
June 6, 2018

Vendors And Partners – With A Little Help From My Friends

Vendors And Partners – With A Little Help From My Friends As John Lennon and Paul McCartney remind us, friends support us when we need it most. Our friends are the ones we count
May 31, 2018

Orientation for the Next Generation

Orientation for the Next Generation Change is hard.  Management says, “We’ve always done it this way.” What management does not know is that the largest cultural shift in employment history is upon us. Today’s
May 24, 2018

Enhance Your Orientation with Interactive Video

Enhance Your Orientation with Interactive Video As digital continues to effect orientation, we continue to see trends favoring not only video, but interactive video orientation.  Millennials are a big part of the change.
May 17, 2018

How To Persuade Your Boss to Support Your Ideas

How To Persuade Your Boss to Support Your Ideas Power and politics are facts of life in every organization, and your first political challenge is learning to gain support for your ideas and projects
April 12, 2018

Your New Hire Has A 48% Chance of Quitting In 18 Months

Your New Hire Has A 48% Chance of Quitting In 18 Months The kicker is, you are on the hook for it. In the world of HR leaders, we are all familiar with employee
April 5, 2018

7 Tips To Keep A Good Employee

There is an impactful conversation in the TV series MAD MEN when Don, the boss, is arguing with Peggy, the copywriter. Don very sternly says, “It’s your job!  I give you money and you give me ideas!”  Peggy responds with, “But you never say thank you!”.  Don quickly snaps back,
March 22, 2018

Increase Employee Engagement with Technology

It is easy for companies to concentrate on Business-to-Business or Business-to-Customer communications.  It is easy to talk about what the business “does”.  However it is also easy for a company to forget about the largest dollar line item on the books, the employees.  Yes, Business-to-Employee communications is just as, if