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Here is my Ten Commitments Checklist that I use to help ensure a better employee fit. It's one of the many tips & tricks I learned from Merit that I have incorporated into my everyday thinking.
Almost all employees want to do interesting work, secure a good salary and earn recognition for their contributions. But motivating employees takes more than money and an occasional “thank-you.” It requires a strategy tailored to each worker’s needs.
Generation Y are the children of the baby boomers. They are the most technically savvy generation to date, and also have very different expectations for the workforce than their parents had. Here are five helpful tips for managing Gen Y that will assist with bridging the gaps.
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