Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Training Trends: Employees need love, too

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the February issue of Training Trends is full of valuable training news and tips on how to show your employees how much you appreciate them for all their hard work.

This month’s issue hitting inboxes today, covers topics including tips for employee recognition and advice on how to handle romantic relationships among coworkers and more.

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Here’s a quick look at the February issue:

Your Cubicle or Mine?

Relationships that got their start in the break room, board room or business trip are happening more often and having successful outcomes. Unlike the 10% success rate found with online dating, workplace relationships result in a long-term commitment or marriage 50% of the time. But when the relationship is unsuccessful, it can cause serious problems for employers ... (full article)

5 No-Cost and High-ROI Strategies to Recognize Your Employees

Your employees are your greatest asset. Heighten their sense of worth and make them feel that they are an important part of your organization with frequent and meaningful recognition. It doesn’t have to be expensive or lavish. The following actions can go a long way in recognizing employees and provide a positive ROI ... (full article)

Why Nothing That Matters is Getting Done

Do you go through the day feeling like what you planned to do never got done? The answer to getting more done isn’t adding another planner or system of checkmarks, it’s because you’re doing and planning to do the wrong stuff. Use these tips to make sure that what you’re doing is in line with what you value and where you want your life to go ... (full article)

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