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Beth Braccio Hering

No manager wants to come across as Scrooge, but all of the interruptions to “business as usual” during the holiday season can make any leader not so jolly.

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Smart managers know that recognizing employees leads to increased morale, improved engagement and strengthened loyalty. And while showing appreciation in one form or another should be standard all year long, the holiday season provides an especially good opportunity to thank workers for their services.

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When you’re spending a good part of each day with the same people and working toward common goals, establishing positive relationships raises morale and makes time pass more pleasantly. But should these friendships continue beyond the office when you’re the boss?

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Employees who make a point of being at work every day are a manager’s dream, right? Not so fast. Beware the cost of employees who never take a day off despite being ill.

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How to give employees work/life balance and keep the workplace productive.

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America has built a reputation over the years for stingy vacation policies compared to European counterparts and for the reluctance of workers to use even their entitled time off. Here’s how you can help give employees the ‘unplugged’ vacation they need.

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Many employers and workers are re-evaluating their stance on this squirm-invoking subject. Might company-initiated salary transparency be beneficial?

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Filling that open position with the right employee is an art you can easily learn. “There are two parts to hiring—the tangible and the intangible,” says Robert Rodrigues, COO of Power Digital Marketing in San Diego.

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Make your internship program a win-win for both the intern and your company.

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A spring cleaning can work wonders for both morale and environment.

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When a manager gets wind that someone views her as a bully, evaluating the charge oftentimes isn’t cut and dry.

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A little holiday spirit is just what you and your employees need.

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FAQ: Working with a staffing agency and the workers they send you.

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Treat your role as a mentor as both an honor and as a responsibility.

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Want to get the most from your remote staff? Showing that out of sight does not mean out of mind encourages them to step up their game and contribute to the company’s development.

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How to keep your low-wage employees motivated and productive.

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Older workers are flooding the workforce and they just might be your next great hire.

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How to welcome, prep and manage those seasonal employees.

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Seasoned leaders discuss what they know now that they wish they knew when they graduated.

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Productivity and leadership strategies from a man on a World Series mission.

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