Wherever your culture stands now, there’s always room for improvement. The following steps can help you repair a broken culture or turn a fairly good culture into an even better one—and keep it there.Continue Reading
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Are Employee Exit Interview Questions Actually Important?
While negative feedback can be hard to take, employees who are willing to share their genuine thoughts can be invaluable resources for improving your organization. After all, the core purpose of an exit interview is to gather honest feedback that your organization can then use to make changes and improve the employee experience.Continue Reading
Q: What is the difference between an exempt and non-exempt employee?
A: The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers to pay most employees at least the federal minimum wage for each hour worked as well as overtime pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek. Employees entitled to the minimum wage and overtime are known as non-exempt employees.Continue Reading
Working remotely used to be a future-state idea. Well, the future is now, and good work no longer needs to take place inside an office. As the small business owner of a virtual project management consultancy firm, I’ve been managing remote teams for 11 years, and probably managed over 40 remote employees.Continue Reading
Company culture has a lot to do with employee experience, and vice versa. In fact, they are essential to each other’s success: a great company culture fosters a great employee experience, and a great employee experience both reflects and fuels a great company culture. Together, they can lead to valuable business benefits like increased productivity, reduced turnover, and greater employee satisfaction.Continue Reading
People aren’t usually great at goodbyes, and work is no exception. Sometimes, you’re sad to see employees go because they are talented, and you care about them personally. Other times, you might be relieved that they’re moving on to pastures you don’t have to shepherd. Either way, it’s crucial to treat these transitions with care, and an exit interview can be a great way to leave the relationship in the best place possible.Continue Reading