National Disability Employment Awareness Month: “The Right Talent, Right Now”


Each October the Department of Labor recognizes the National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), a national campaign that seeks to raise awareness about disability employment issues and bring recognition to American workers with...

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Employee Burnout: Causes and Symptoms of an Exhausted Employee


On May 28th , 2019 the World Health Organization (WHO) updated its definition of burnout in the new version of its handbook of diseases, the International Classification of Diseases- ICD-11. The new definition describes burnout as a “syndrome” and...

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How to Improve Blue-collar Worker Engagement


Engaged employees are a company’s greatest asset, yet according to recent research from Gallup, only 15% of employees worldwide are engaged in their work. In the United States, just 33% of employed residents are engaged at work. Even more alarming,...

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Farewell to Annual Performance Reviews


Many organizations have discarded the annual review process for employees. Research has shown that traditional annual performance reviewing is inefficient, unproductive, and outdated. Furthermore, employees feel the reviews have no impact on their...

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