Category: Workforce Management

CTCG Helps Take the Pain Out of Career Transitions

One of the most painful aspects of an organization downsizing or otherwise making employees redundant is trying to support that individual’s transition from one role to another or from one employer to another. Career management is not something you see universally taught in schools, colleges, or universities. This lack of education leaves the brunt of
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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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My Silo or Yours!

This post has been contributed by William A. Schiemann, CEO, Metrus Institute. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us. Have you ever worked in an organization in which different departments or divisions didn’t begin to build silos?   Most likely not.  Let’s explore the root causes of such silos and ideas for breaking them down.
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Millennials in the Workforce: Separating Fact From Fiction

Reports that the millennial generation is ruining the country are greatly exaggerated. It turns out that they’re not superficial, self-centered slackers who spend all day taking and posting selfies. On the other hand, more positive depictions of millennials as having a stronger sense of community and being committed to saving the world are not quite
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