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[VIDEO] 5 Keys to Fixing Communication Before You Lose Another Employee

“Communication is the heart of all human relations and human relations is at the heart of all human activity. Therefore, good communication skills are paramount— whether you’re a janitor or a chairman.” Rolfe Neill Masterful communication is vital for your success as a manager. Motivating employees, sharing your vision, and interacting...

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Do people want to work at your restaurant?

Ben hired 44 servers when he opened his restaurant. At the end of his first year, he had 41 of the original servers. At the end of the second year, he still had 39 of those original servers. That's a great achievement in any industry, and that kind of employee retention is unheard...

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Why is Employee Appreciation Day Even a Thing?

The most wonderful time of the year is nearly upon us! Cancel Christmas. Veto Valentine's Day. Move over Mother's Day (sorry, Mom). Employee Appreciation Day is Friday, March 3rd! It’s a very exciting time in our industry, so forgive us if we go overboard a bit. We'll get into some of the cool things...

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Join us for Book Club! Emotional Intelligence 2.0

Go behind the scenes with MyEmployees as we hold one of our weekly book club meetings. This was recorded on February 8th, 2017. We are working our way through Emotional Intelligence 2.0, by Travis Bradberry & Jean Graves. Watch, listen, and learn as Zane leads the group through discussion and excerpts from the book. ...

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6 Reasons Why the MyEmployees Mobile App is Marvelous

You use mobile apps to make the things you do on a regular basis quick and easy. We couldn’t agree more. In fact, that’s exactly why we created the MyEmployees app. Here are 6 Reasons Why the MyEmployees Mobile App is Marvelous and makes your experience with MyEmployees simple and...

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February 2017: Mammoth Myth, Kids Making It, and Employee Appreciation Day

Employees should only be eligible to win awards after being employed for 3 months or more. MYTH: Swing and a miss! The truth is, your newest team members are your most impressionable ones and more importantly, they are often most willing to give that extra level of discretionary effort (the very...