Monthly Archives: May 2015

It’s Confirmed – Lack of Employee Engagement Is At A Crisis!

There has been a lot in the news about the transition the world is going through. They say the great recession has created changes. This last week on our Facebook page we posted a segment from PBS Newshour about robots … Continue reading

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Go Big or Go Home

What does engaging employees really require? If you want to get the most from the process, it takes a full commitment to involving employees in decision making and creating systemic change. Anything less is not really engagement. A few years … Continue reading

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Leadership and Workplace Culture

There’s a lot of focus right now on increasing wages and that’s good but it’s not everything. This week there was another report of wages being raised at some other companies. A segment on PBS Newshour told about Aetna Insurance … Continue reading

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How Your Business Is Like An Onion Ring

Ever order onion rings at a restaurant? I have to admit I like them, but you are never quite sure what you are going to get when you place your order. Some restaurants serve their rings in thin slices with … Continue reading

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Retail, It’s Time To Change!

The Fight For 15 movement is in the news, especially with McDonald’s and its franchise owners. There is a concern franchise owners will be reluctant to increase wages to $15. There also is a concern if McDonald’s the corporation puts … Continue reading

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