Category: Employee Communications

Sidekick Helps HR Professionals Prioritize Email Follow-ups

In an ever-connected world, human resources and recruiting professionals rely more and more on email to connect with hiring managers and job candidates. Job offer letters, on-boarding links, and interview requests are all handled by electronic mail. What this means for most HR folks is spending hours each day in their inbox, quite often wondering
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Change Mismanagement: Why Your Employees Don’t Like Company Changes

“People are very open-minded about new things, as long as they’re exactly like the old ones.” ~ Charles F. Kettering  Change may be in the air, but it’s not necessarily in your employees’ hearts. Some workers are neither optimistic about – nor confident in – your attempts to alter their working environment. According to a recent
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Creating a Zero Tolerance for Workplace Injuries

Many companies think it’s too expensive to provide a safe working environment, but consider these statistics: Investing in proactive workplace safety processes can yield a $6.15 return on investment for every dollar spent. In 2012, private industry employers reported approximately three million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses, while 793,000 cases were reported for state and
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Are You Taking Minutes and Wasting Hours? How to Cure Your Unproductive Meetings

“A meeting is an event where minutes are taken and hours are wasted.”  This popular phrase is often attributed to William Shatner’s Star Trek character, Captain James Kirk. It’s a humorous quote, but there’s nothing funny about unproductive meetings. In fact, a Robert Half Management Resources survey reveals that workers consider 25 percent of the time
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