5 Types of Leaders for Remote Employees

The remote workforce is rapidly growing. It is estimated that remote workers will account more than the half of the U.S. workforce by 2020. The option to work remotely is not longer seen as an extra benefit but it is an option that the employees expect to have the same way they have the right to take a paid leave. Companies need to think how to adapt to the remote wor trend if they want to attract and retain top talent.

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How to Motivate Your Employees at Work

As a business owner or a manager, you are probably facing the challenge to retain and motivate your employees. Surveys say that millennials tend to change their job every 2-3 years.  Due to the talent shortage in many countries and thanks to social medias like Linkedin, skilled professionals receive tons of tempting job offers. However, the motivated and satisfied employees are less likely to consider changing their job even if they are offered better conditions.

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8 Ways To Reduce Employee Turnover

The job market has changed over the past decades. The competition for qualified specialists has never been stronger. Employers are having a tough time filling open positions and even if they do hire people, the employees can accept a tempting job offer by a competitor any time. Managers need to find the answers to two questions: how to attract talent and how to retain it. 

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Working from Home: Heaven or Hell?

We can see these “work from home” job offers increasing every single day on the different job boards and people are really starting to get into this new groove because, let’s face it, staying at home has to be better than going to the office every day. However, this is not true for everyone. Working from home has its pros and cons, but, in the end, it depends on each person.

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