Not Just a Piece of Metal: What Managers Can Learn from the Commissioner of Major League Baseball

It’s often easy to make snap judgments and think about things exclusively from our own perspective. Yes, your individual perspective is important, but you’ll run into trouble (especially as a leader) if you fail to account for the valuable perspectives of those around you. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred issued an apology for a comment he … Read more

NABR Names MyEmployees to its Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation For 2019

The National Association for Business Resources has named the Best and Brightest Companies To Work For in the Nation, and Wilmington’s own MyEmployees made the list!  The 2019 national winning companies were assessed by an independent research firm which reviewed a number of key measures relative to other nationally recognized winners. The Best and Brightest … Read more

Practicing Our Core Values – February 2020

Once a month, everyone in the company gathers together for a day of celebration and personal development. February 12, was especially fun because we also welcomed some new folks onto the team! It all starts with a song Ever heard a group of people squeeze 5 names into the “Happy Birthday” song? Then you haven’t … Read more

Retail Managers: Here’s the Difference Between Management and Leadership

The day-to-day responsibilities of a retail manager are to plan, organize, execute, and monitor the store; these are functions of management. That being said, you need to know the difference between management and leadership in order to become a top manager in the retail industry. Most retail managers maintain the status quo by focusing on … Read more

“You’ve got to take care of them before they take care of your guests”

Each leader who partners with MyEmployees understands that they must give more in order to receive more. In this week’s client story, Tim Terhune (Managing Partner at Texas Roadhouse in Urbandale (Johnston), IA) talks about improvements he’s seen after giving his staff consistent recognition. Tim says his numbers the previous year were right around $6.4 … Read more

5 Ways to Make Your Employees Feel Unrecognized

A company is only as good as its employees, which is why it is imperative for employers to ensure that they feel recognized and valued. In fact, our post on ‘Tips for the Right Way to Use Employee Recognition’ highlights that companies are increasingly using employee recognition programs to improve employee morale and promote workforce engagement. Employees … Read more