Marcianne Kuethen

By Marcianne Kuethen Apr 14, 2009

12 Ways to Calm Employees in an Economic Downturn

Stressful working conditions are a common workplace reality, but now, the faltering economy has heightened anxiety levels for nearly all employees. Employee stress, whether from internal or external factors, can take a heavy toll on your business, including high turnover, frequent illness and absences, increased workers’ comp premiums, and reduced productivity.Fortunately, you can reduce stress in your workplace and have happier and healthier employees. Here are 12 ideas for making organizational changes that will improve working conditions and in help employees manage stress in their personal lives that could otherwise spill over to the workplace.

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By Marcianne Kuethen Mar 28, 2009

Your Employees: Do You Appreciate Them or Take Them for Granted?

Your Employees: Do You Appreciate Them or Take Them for Granted?
If you care about employee motivation and morale, this is an important question to ask…

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By Marcianne Kuethen Mar 27, 2009

A Note About Employee Handbooks

Are you faced with several different samples of employee handbooks and now would like to know what to do with them? Writing your organization’s employee handbook for the employees working in your organization can be challenging, to say the least. Here are several thoughts to consider when writing and sharing with your employees a new employee handbook.

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By Marcianne Kuethen Mar 24, 2009

Motivational Quotes

A nice site for inspirational quotations and positive affirmations to promote positive thinking, personal growth, success, and achievement in your career, relationships, and life.

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By Marcianne Kuethen Mar 10, 2009

What’s Your Weakest Link?

There are three critical links in your job search chain. Consider each of them carefully to determine your weakest link, then work to strengthen that link.

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By Marcianne Kuethen Mar 10, 2009

Some Time Savers

Learn how to get more done in less time, with less stress, and have more time for the things you want to do in work and business lives.

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By Marcianne Kuethen Feb 24, 2009

Don’t Get Stumped by Off-the-Wall Job Interview Questions

Picture yourself in this scene: You’re in a job interview . Everything is going better than you imagined it could. You look professional and fabulous. You are totally prepared. You are on a roll. You’re nailing every interview question. You feel wonderful rapport with your interviewer. Suddenly, out of the blue she asks you a question that throws you completely off balance!

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By Marcianne Kuethen Feb 06, 2009

How to Interview and Hire Top People Each and Every Time

Many employers do a miserable job selecting people, relying on outdated and ineffective interviewing techniques. Find out how you can change the way you interview and start hiring top people today.

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By Marcianne Kuethen Feb 02, 2009

It Pays to Help New Staff Start Right

New staff want to feel a sense of acceptance and belonging inside the organization. Here are some methods which managers can use to invest carry out well-designed staff orientation programs.

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By Marcianne Kuethen Jan 30, 2009

FAKTSA: An Easy Acronym for Remembering Key Resume Enhancers

What are the most important things to remember about writing an effective resume? They can be encapsulated in a six-letter acronym, FAKTSA.

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