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5 Tips for Moving the Middle with Your Incentive Programs

Companies used to embrace the idea of showering top performers with praise and rewards as a way to boost productivity. The general thinking was that “…since these employees want to be here, they will automatically work harder with more encouragement”. However it can become difficult to encourage incentive goals for employees who are so aware […]

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Culture Change Fuels the Wall Street Brain Drain

So-called “brain drains,” or mass exoduses of talent from one place to another, are a common occurrence in business, and are usually driven by more competitive salaries and benefits on the other side. However the brain drain currently being experienced on Wall Street is unlike any other – the top minds exiting the financial field […]

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12 Quick Tips for Improving Patient Experience with Recognition

Patient experience has become a critical concern for hospitals and health networks, and is a top issue for healthcare executives. However, organizations often overlook the power a well-leveraged recognition program can bring to bear on patient satisfaction. Here are 12 quick tips for improving patient experience with recognition: Align recognition strategy to focus on hospitality […]

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Tales of Great Bosses: Thinking Out of the ‘Boxed’

How do you motivate a debt-saddled millennial workforce when the economy makes it extremely difficult to plan for the future? That’s the question many millennials are currently facing as they start to raise families in a world that is much different than the ones their parents flourished in. A world where college tuition has risen […]

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Say Again? The Value of Straight Talk in the Workplace

Businesses of today have a big problem with speaking in plain English. The English language is the hardest language to learn, and also has the largest vocabulary. Unlike the romance and Eastern languages, which depend more on inflection, local customs, and context to give words deeper meanings, English aims to assign a word for everything, […]

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