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Workforce Development News – Jan. 11, 2016
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“Though companies and leaders worldwide recognize the advantages of engaging employees – and many have instituted surveys to measure engagement – employee engagement has barely budged in well over a decade. Gallup has identified five best practices that improve engagement and performance:”
“Good things aren’t necessarily a good use of your time.”
“Friday’s job report showed employers capped last year with impressive job growth in December. But the jobs report offers far more than just headline numbers.”
“But for all the good news, the outlook for the coming months is uncertain. The new year has begun with a plunging stock market in China, manufacturers are feeling the pinch, and the Federal Reserve which raised interest rates in December and is likely to do so again later this year.”
“42% of employees saying their employer is hiring workers and expanding the size of its workforce, and 12% saying their employer is letting workers go and reducing the size of its workforce. Forty-two percent reported no changes in staffing in their workplaces.”
“Be proactive. The ability to discuss race and racism is vital to being a leader today. Tim Wolfe, former president of the University of Missouri system, did not lose his job because of racist incidents on campus. He lost his job because he didn’t talk about them.”
“Simply put: Asking questions before the interview is just something you have to do, if you want to land a job.”
Part 1: https://www.recruiter.com/i/4-vital-questions-to-ask-before-your-next-interview/
Part 2: https://www.recruiter.com/i/4-more-vital-questions-to-ask-before-your-next-interview/
“It’s time for this management fad to end.”
“Motivation can be hard to come by, especially in the face of challenges or difficult work. Thoughts are powerful, and negative thoughts can prevent you from achieving your goals. The flip side is that positive thoughts can be just as powerful.”
“The risk of a wrong decision is preferable to the terror of indecision.” – Maimonides