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Human Resources outsourcing, consulting and outplacement firm created to help organizations pilot HR from a Christian perspective.
Human Resources outsourcing, consulting and outplacement firm created to help organizations pilot HR from a Christian perspective.

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Another great leadership quote. Make this a great day!

"A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.” —Rosalyn Carter

#businessMinded #HR #Leadershipquotes #LeaderQuote


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Happy Friday. Make this a great day!

You don’t lead by hitting people over the head—that’s assault, not leadership. –Dwight Eisenhower

#businessMinded #HR #Leadershipquotes #LeaderQuote #DwightEisenhower
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Week six of our series: How to Show Employees You Trust Them ~ Employee Commitment Series

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored.

How to Show Employees You Trust Them

In order for any organization to achieve high performance in these difficult times, it’s important that your employees be committed to your organization and your organization’s success. In order to gain the commitment of your employees, leaders or managers need to include employees in some of the organization’s decision making and show they trust the employee to do what’s in the organization’s best interest.

The human resources department may be able to give you tips on some ways to engage your employees and build trust. In the meantime, here are some ways to help you build employee trust and commitment.

Show Your Employees You Value Their Input


#Trust #Employee #Leadership #HR
https://inhisnamehr.com/how-to-show-employees-you-trust-them/
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We would love to know what is working at your organization. please feel free to comment in the box below.

Week 5: Are Your Employees Truly Empowered?

Failing to make employees feel needed and empowered can lead to resentment, poor performance and high staff turnover. It can wield a real impact on the success of your organization in several ways.

For example, a 2017 Gallup poll showed that 51% of the U.S workforce does not feel engaged at work—disengaged workers have been found to cause corporate losses of between $450 and $500 billion per year.




#Empowered #HR #EmployeeRelations #Leadership
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How to Deal Effectively with Harassment in the Workplace


#HR #Harassment #Workplace #HumanResources #blog
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Week Four: Are Your Employees Challenged? Employee Commitment Series


#Employees #HR, #Involved #Appreciated #Mentored #Challenged
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How to Deal Effectively with Harassment in the Workplace



#MeToo #HR #HRHelp #Leadership
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Happy Friday. Make this a great day!

“Managers do things right. Leaders do the right thing.” —Warren Bennis



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Week Three ~ This just out: Are Your Employees Asked For Input? Employee Commitment Series.

#Employees #HR, #Involved #Appreciated #Mentored
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#MeToo a cause for concern? It should be. We are all working in difficult times. Complaints are increasing almost daily. #HR departments are overburdened. With the news escalating in the media surrounding harassment, discrimination and hostile work environments, employee complaints have now reached record levels.

Check out our latest article on how you can get ahead of the problem. Using a Third-Party Workplace Complaint Investigator Is Critical to Your Success
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