The world is getting more digital. While we’re not at WALL-E levels yet, it’s also not as humorous as it once was. Every week we get a notification telling us how much screen time we used last week and we cringe. And while all of this connectivity is great, it also means that when someone… Continue reading Data Security
No company wants to be known as the “churn and burn” company. While people joining and leaving companies isn’t new, the culture that we find ourselves in has drastically increased the turnover rates of most companies. So now more than ever, the real challenge that every organization faces is ensuring employees remain working effectively and… Continue reading The Economics of High Turnover
The sudden closure of many offices and businesses this past year unlocked a new era of remote work for millions of employees around the world. It is now the time for businesses to bounce back and seize the new opportunities emerging in the recovery. This includes hiring remote workers and making your business a remote-ready… Continue reading How To Keep Remote Employees Accountable
As a leader of your organization, it is important that you make room for listening to your employees. Apart from the fact that this is one of the characterics of being a good leader, it also establishes the trust, respect, and clarity that make up successful relationships and creates a healthy work environment. Hearing what… Continue reading How to listen to your employees?
Why do we think POD style is a better structure for your HOA Management company? Staffing is changing in the HOA industry – no one is surprised to hear this. HOA management has always been a high turnover industry. Two years into COVID, people’s expectations have shifted wildly. Both on the employee side and on… Continue reading POD Style for HOA Management
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