Infographics

How Happy Employees Can Lead to A Happy Company (Infographic)

It’s no secret, or coincidence, that if you’re a manager and you can keep your employees happy and motivated, they will respond by investing a greater degree of effort into their work, which in turn enhances the likelihood of company success. The infographic below from Ayers Management outlines just why it is so important to […]

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Infographic: Workers Want More Insight On How Their Efforts Affect Bottom Line

When it comes to their jobs, new research reveals many professionals would like more information about how their efforts contribute to the company’s bottom line. While nearly half of workers in the Robert Half Management Resources survey reported they are always able to see the connection between their duties and their firm’s performance, the majority, […]

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Infographic: Salary Negotiation in the Tech Industry

A new compensation survey by Comparably examines salary negotiation in the tech industry. Over 5,000 tech employees were asked about whether they negotiated their salary for their current position.  Comparably provides accurate and comprehensive compensation and culture data, to understand employees’ true value and needs to make work better. The infographic below shows their salary […]

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Infographic: How to Attract and Retain Top Talent in 2016

Retention. Acquisition. Culture. When creating and growing your business, these elements remain vital to your success. What does this even mean? Simple—creating an engaged workforce and organization. It’s been estimated that 87% of employees are not engaged at work, resulting in both wasted time and money, and ultimately an organization that can’t thrive. Creating an […]

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Infographic: What Motivates Millennials in The Workplace?

As Millennials now outnumber all other generations in the workforce, Michael C. Fina—a provider of global employee recognition and incentive programs—launched a new infographic. The infographic offers organizations insightful details about Millennials’ professional goals and interests. “Most Millennials value work-life integration, personal relationships, and a sense of greater purpose over high salaries or corporate ladders,” […]

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5 Myths about Wage Garnishments (Infographic)

Garnishing an employee’s wages has become a part of American business and an unfortunate truth for some employees. But misconceptions about wage garnishments continue to percolate, leading to confusion about how to manage them to remain compliant with existing laws and regulations. ADP has compiled five myths surrounding wage garnishments—and the facts to debunk them—in […]

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Survey Shows the Untapped Potential of Administrative Professionals

Administrative professionals are often a manager’s right hand, and new research shows these office superstars would love to help even more at work. Half (50%) of support staff surveyed said they have skills that are not being tapped. The findings are part of Office of the Future, a research project from staffing firm OfficeTeam and […]

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6 Tips for Effective, Action-Oriented Meetings

One third of the more than 11 million meetings held in America each day are considered unproductive—a statistic that costs an estimated 37 billion dollars a year. While managing six different companies across several time zones, Taskworld CEO and Serial Entrepreneur, Fred Mouawad mastered executing efficient meetings. The infographic below shares his tips on how […]

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Rewards and Recognition: Study Shows It’s Not All about the Money

According to a survey of more than 1,000 U.S.-based employees conducted by BambooHR, employees are often likely to prefer status or recognition above money. If you think that all employees would jump at the chance to take a monetary bonus over simple recognition of a job well done, you’d be wrong. Their infographic provides more insight into […]

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Social Media’s Role in the Job Application Process (Infographic)

To gauge the role of social networks such as LinkedIn, Google+, and Facebook in the job application process, iCIMS has released a new report, Job Seekers Get Social, that presents data on the number of applications submitted through these social networks in each quarter of 2015. “Our data indicates that social media is making inroads […]

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