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Retweeted by SHRM @SHRM The first thing to come to mind is positive reinforcement. NEVER discourage progress, no matter how small it may be. #NextChat
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Retweeted by SHRMMany employers misunderstand overtime requirements, which can be costly as the price of noncompliance is high. https://t.co/GcD8RxrVB3.@arstechnica : "The advantages [of #telework] are many," @JohnnyCTaylorJr, president and CEO of @SHRM, told Ars. "… https://t.co/6hoJ4VNioH
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Retweeted by SHRM @SHRM Acknowledging, encouraging, coaching, and empowering are ways to bolster employee confidence. #nextchat
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2/18
2020
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Retweeted by SHRM @GemmaTothSCP @SHRM I keep stickies in my drawer that I look at daily that contain physical descriptions or charact… https://t.co/24MG5LziYe
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Retweeted by SHRM @KyraMatkovichHR Excellent tips Kyra. If they favor an actor or actress or some other well known person I'll someti… https://t.co/19B1Q7Acp0
Retweeted by SHRM @SHRM Find something that you like about the individual (e.g. scarf), put a note on the business car, if you have o… https://t.co/LXg6F7zJqY
Retweeted by SHRM @SHRM Pay attention to the name, sound; check with them how it's pronounced. Repeat it during the conversation, par… https://t.co/q9DUHW5NKX
Retweeted by SHRMI’m not very good with names immediately, but I make an effort to remember them. But, the worst that you can make b… https://t.co/2OkeOCGOXg
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Retweeted by SHRM @SHRM Every time you learn a new name, repeat their name quietly in your mind and add a short extra note to each.… https://t.co/mYR6YReRjP
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Retweeted by SHRM @SHRM Simply get to know them then the name gets easy!
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2/17
2020
Demonstrate your ability to cultivate a culture of openness. https://t.co/fZmLQTfLCi #SHRMEducation #SHRMEDUhttps://t.co/3NXS52WvwqPoorly defined hiring criteria can hold your organization back from realizing maximum productivity and human potent… https://t.co/rjpzMMEXLgHere are five crucial steps for giving employees the option of a shorter workweek. https://t.co/gh2NU8f3Zp
2/16
2020
This evolving technology is rapidly expanding across all industries, not just manufacturing and industrial settings… https://t.co/fUsQgyqBTMLearn how managers can improve training and empower workers to give great customer service. https://t.co/Q19dQ2cXKyWant to continue your education, but don’t have time to travel? No problem – explore our virtual programs to see if… https://t.co/OTBkfnPZKyCongratulations, Becki! 🎉#SHRMCertified https://t.co/fCdVElyK6V @SHRM Be inclusive. Embrace employees to be their full authentic self #nextchat @SHRMnextchat
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2/15
2020
Experts say employers should expect class-action lawsuits brought under the Fair Credit Reporting Act; more ban-the… https://t.co/xrRy7EDMn2Do you have a work spouse (wife/husband)? Find out how many work relationships extend beyond the office. To lear… https://t.co/EP4HNrR2nw @SHRM Aside from consistent thank-yous during work & Slack s/o's, we have a peer-to-peer recognition program where… https://t.co/qhi0x8oRbC
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Retweeted by SHRM @SHRM Some ways are : 1. Having a "Compliment Box", just like Suggestions Boxes 2. Managers and leaders can have m… https://t.co/AuuswY6gLv
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2/14
2020
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