• Few things are as costly and uncomfortable for managers to face than disgruntled and quitting employees. The problem is that they fail to see that the problem lies with them. People don’t leave jobs – they leave those managing them. So if you want to increase your company’s retention rate, you need to take a good hard look at your management style.

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  • Managers who avoid accountability or do not ask for it from their employees fail their teams. Confrontations are inevitable in any work environment and avoiding them will only make your employees lose confidence in your leadership skills.

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  • The pressures of work hit everyone at one time or another and there really is no getting around them. However, the way you deal with them and allow them to affect you influences the stress you feel. Even a job you love can be stressful under difficult circumstances. The trick is not to let it get to you. The following are 3 ways you can manage stress so that it does not overwhelm you or compromise your work

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  • Emergencies are inevitable and arise when we are least ready for it. If you are an on-job professional, circumstances such as family issues, domestic affairs, health emergencies and a host of other reasons might make it unable to make it to work for a temporary period of time. In such case, many employees opt for a leave of absence from work.

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  • Statistics depict that around 60% of the work teams fail flat out in the pursuit of their goals. While there might be many reasons contributing to such failures, here we are sharing five major reasons that lead the work teams to an ultimate failure while accomplishing their business goals.

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