|Want to keep your employees? HR pros share their best defense against turnover
Turnover. It's such a problem that it's two four-letter words combined. Learn more about strategies to keep employees on your team.
|How to manage an employee who's having a personal crisis
Harvard Business Review
Hearing about the struggles someone on your team is going through is one of the most difficult parts of managing a team. Here's how to balance being empathetic and flexible while sticking to office policies.
|Employee evaluations still have a place if you do them right
Annual reviews. Quarterly goals. Continuous feedback. Peer evaluation. The sheer number of ways to evaluate employee performance can be overwhelming. But don't count the old method out just yet.
|Top 5 reasons women love female-only networking groups
The number of women networking groups is on the rise. See the benefits of creating -- and participating in -- a women-only group.
Here are two ways to dive into women networking groups at the MNCPA:
- Special Interest Sections: Women
This group connects your staff with women accounting professionals.
- Candid Conversations About Women and Purpose
A half-day CPE event where attendees discuss ways to promote the development of female leadership, open to members and nonmembers.
|Is your partner agreement deficient?
The Rosenberg Associates
If you believe your partner agreements are deficient, chances are good that they are. While properly written agreements should include more than 200 provisions, here are 16 of the most important items that all agreements must include.
|Recharge rooms are the next trend your employees need in the office
If you're on the hunt for tricks to retain millennials, then recharge rooms just might be your retention gold mine. *Hint* you don't necessarily need a room spacious enough to host a ping pong battle royale.