Employee Management

MoovOne: Transforming Companies by Edifying the Employees

Leadership is the primary trait required in an executive manager to maintain efficient processes in the company as a whole. Sometimes, people have leadership skills naturally, while others might need insight and training to explore their inner potentials. About MoovOne MoovOne was promulgated in Paris in 2015 and had its headquarters in the European Union. It is a digital … [Read more...]

Users Don’t Adopt, but People Do

Why do management gurus still speak of resistance to change and failed digital transformations, yet whole new IT platforms have been rolled out across the globe to billions of people without a single memo, town hall, or training program? Most of us buy online, check in for flights, use online banking, and spend hours on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, but it’s likely none … [Read more...]

Employee Management: How to Improve Productivity

Employee supervision is a skill. It requires dedication and an open mind. Being open to learning new techniques and to working with your employees will help to make you a more effective manager. One struggle many in supervisory positions face is how to improve employee productivity. If this is something you are struggling with, read on for some tips that can make a difference … [Read more...]

Common Misconceptions about Employee Tracking

Employee tracking is a potentially controversial topic, yet opposing arguments to its implementation often come from those who are unfamiliar with its benefits and those who make wrong assumptions about its purpose. To create some clarity, here is a rundown of a few common misconceptions and an explanation of the reality of the situation when it comes to keeping tabs on … [Read more...]

How to Avoid Employee Litigation

While being an employer is no doubt fulfilling, it does come with its fair share of troubles, such as dealing with workplace issues and employee litigation. With state and federal employment laws that are constantly changing, you need to do your due diligence and ensure you comply with all necessary rules and regulations. By observing such rules, you'll be able to avoid … [Read more...]

Seven Good Ideas to Manage People in Your Business

Build and Nurture Effective Relationships It takes time to effectively nurture a team and build trust among your employees, but this shouldn't discourage you from taking necessary action. Collaborate with your team in a way that is kind and understanding and it will pay off significantly. You can offer them classes to build up their knowledge and make operations more … [Read more...]

5 Tips to Manage Employees in Business

No business can become profitable without a well-planned management. This applies to both small local shops and big online companies such as BetChan or Netflix. Managing employees is the hardest and most essential thing. To achieve great results in this process, follow these rules. Results Matter The process of operational planning consists of several phases: defining the … [Read more...]

10 Ways to Reduce Employee Theft

Employee theft is among the severe issues small business proprietors are facing these days. According to the NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business), a worker is 15 times more likely to steal from an employer than a non-employee. Employees are responsible for an estimated 44% of losses in stores as a result of theft, and research from the U.S. Department of Commerce … [Read more...]

5 Tips for Changing up Your Employee Schedule and Roster Management During the Pandemic

Keeping a physical business open during the pandemic is a difficult task, especially if you’re unable to adopt a remote work model. Your employees are coming into contact with customers and their colleagues throughout the day, and thus they are constantly exposed to the threat of the virus. If you want to minimize the risk of contagion and a potentially business-busting … [Read more...]

The Art of Leading Grieving Employees: Being an Adaptive Leader

Consider the following scenario: A business leader (let’s call him Lou) has been troubled by an employee (let’s call him Joe) whose performance was suffering. Lou noticed that Joe was becoming more and more unreliable—requesting days off without notice, often with just a phone call on the morning he was unable to come in. Joe’s appearance and overall attitude seemed to have … [Read more...]