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Infographic: 8 Ways to Increase Employee Engagement

A productive workforce starts with having a team of highly engaged, passionate employees. Not only does high engagement raise productivity, but it also results in lower turnover, higher profitability, and lower absenteeism. In their infographic, Webpage FX explains the benefits of raising employee engagement and eight tips to help increase it. Check it out below! […]

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Conflict Management: Building a Culture of Communication

The modern workplace is comprised of people from multiple generations, backgrounds, and creeds. And while most professionals are focused on creating the best solutions for their organizations and customers, differences of options can cause conflict. A lack of focus on effective conflict management can not only be costly toward morale, but it can also hinder […]

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Question of the Month: When Working From Home, Do You Work More or Less?

Question of the Month: When Working From Home, Do You Work More or Less?

With more businesses opting to utilize a hybrid workforce with in-office and remote employees, the question remains which work scenario is more productive. While productivity isn’t always measured in hours worked, it can still be an indicator to analyze how productive work-from-home solutions can be. So we want to know, while working from home, do […]

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In the Mirror: Do You Know How Your Employees Feel About You?

Working toward full transparency with your team. Employee satisfaction is not only built around workers’ personal fulfilment, but it is also affected by their relationship with their employers. And while a focus on professional development, competitive compensation, and other employee incentives is important, it may be more important to ensure a strong, transparent relationship with […]

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Developing the Next Generation of Leaders

Organizational success begins with having the right people. And while cultivating a core workforce is essential to maintain production, developing leaders within a company to bring the business to next-level success is imperative in the ever-changing business climate. A company’s workforce could have up to five generations working side-by-side; however, by 2024 41% of the […]

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Best Leadership Training Topics and Resources

With a focus on succession planning, organizations have built cultures based on professional growth and continued education. And as business evolves, developing the next generation of leaders is key to long-lasting organizational sustainability. Knowing where to begin is the first step in ensuring future success. Check out these leadership training topics and resources to help […]

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ExpressTalks Spotlight: Bill Rancic

ExpressTalks Spotlight: Bill Rancic

See Bill Rancic at the ExpressTalks Celebrity Edition virtual leadership event Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Express Employment Professionals is proud to present ExpressTalks Celebrity Edition, a 2.5 hour complimentary online event that provides a unique opportunity to see dynamic speakers bring business insight, motivation, and leadership advice to help cultivate great leaders. Joining Bill for this leadership […]

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Creating a Culture of Accountability

Building a strong workforce is essential to long-term success, but while more companies are adopting flexible working conditions, including remote work, a hybrid workforce can make it more difficult to maintain employee accountability. To help facilitate conversations and build a culture of accountability, Express Employment Professionals created an accountability worksheet, which includes a template to […]

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Canada: Little Support for Minimum Wage Hike Amongst Business Leaders

According to a new survey, 74% of business leaders do not support a $15 minimum wage, while job seekers narrowly support the measure at 57%. The poll of 1,290 business leaders, decision makers and job seekers was conducted in February 2021 through Express Employment Professionals’ Refresh Leadership and Job Journey blogs for business leaders and job seekers. (more…)

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Practical Tips for New Leaders: Delegation

This is a 12-part series. Successfully leading a team can be one of the most rewarding aspects of a professional’s career. However, addressing a diverse group effectively can be difficult for new leaders. From open communication and recognition to delegation and empowerment to self-awareness and empathy, there are a plethora of leadership arrows professionals must […]

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