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The Best Questions to Ask in Performance Reviews

Even though "short and sweet" assessments are becoming the norm, there are still times when administrators might want to add questions that cover more than the general, broad topics listed in this article.

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Why "Microleadership" Doesn't Exist

No one wants to be seen as a micromanager, but overly controlling management styles are, unfortunately, pretty commonplace. Interestingly, there's no comparable term to describe similarly negative behaviors in leadership practices.

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Tracking the ROI of Employee Recognition

Employee recognition programs play an important role in top-performing organizations everywhere today, especially in companies renowned for their thriving workplace cultures. But is a recognition program truly worth the investment? 

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Finding the Cash to Increase Pay

Employers are struggling to appeal to and retain talent for many reasons, but fear and money are at the top of the list.

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How Different Generations Want to Be Recognized at Work

Whereas younger generations often prioritize the holistic employee experience, older generations focus more on "traditional" motivators, such as high paychecks and prestigious titles.

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