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The Do’s and Don’ts of Getting a Pay Raise

How much are you worth? Or rather, is the answer to that question equal to the sum paid into your bank account by your employer? If not then you need to ask for more, and that means you have to negotiate with the person who pays your wages. It is something that puts the frighteners on a lot of people. It shouldn't. To read the full article in BBC News, click: The Do’s and Don’ts of Getting a Pay Raise. ...

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Five Steps to Reduce Staff Turnover

Employee retention and engagement is a big expense. Dick Finnegan tackles one of the biggest challenges of staff turnover head on. “One might wonder why a CFO should care about employee engagement and retention,” said Finnegan, CEO of C-Suite Analytics. “And the answer is, it’s probably their biggest expense.” To read the full article in Financial Management, click: Five Steps to Reduce Staff Turnover. ...

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Two Types of Diversity Training that Really Work

Effective Exercises for Diversity Training Evidence suggests diversity training that asks employees to see the world from others' perspectives or to form specific goals is especially effective.  The personalities of employees might affect which techniques provide the best results for them. To read the full article in Harvard Business Review, click: Two Types of Diversity Training that Really Work. ...

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