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Communicating Coronavirus Updates to Your Employees: The Patriot Software Way

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We will continue to update here with future communications. Patriot Software is headquartered in Ohio, a state that’s been at the forefront of pandemic response. Feel free to share and edit as needed.  Patriot Software’s President and Chief Legal Officer, Mike Wheeler—who is a licensed attorney in the state of Ohio—has been in daily communication […]

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Mentoring Employees 101: Tips to Get Your Top Talent on the Right Track

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Being a business owner is no easy task. You have to be dedicated, passionate, and patient. And when you add employees into the mix, you become a leader and role model. Whether you realize it or not, your employees are the foundation of your business. Without them, your company will likely struggle to thrive. If […]

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9 Things Employers Can Do for Employees During the Coronavirus

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Have you been closely following the U.S. government’s response to the escalating coronavirus situation? If so, you know that the government is working quickly to provide worker and small business relief. As an employer, you can also take matters into your own hands to keep your workers safe and financially sound.

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5 Ways to Drive Employee Career Development in the Workplace

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As your company grows, your employees should grow with it. But, employees can’t grow along with your business if you don’t give them the opportunity to. The presence of employee career development at your business can make or break whether top talent sticks around for the long-run. In fact, 76% of employees want opportunities for […]

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We Asked 700+ Experts, and THIS Is How to Keep Your Top Talent

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Are you worried about your best employees leaving your small business? If so, you’re not alone. Building and hanging onto a team of hardworking employees is a worry that most business owners share. Do you know how to keep your top talent in the new year and beyond?

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4 Ways to Attract and Retain Top Sales Talent

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The famous saying, “Always Be Closing,” only rings true when you have the best salespeople on your team to get the job done.

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8 Out-of-the-Box Ideas for Employee Recognition and Appreciation

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In today’s workplace, employee recognition and appreciation is a must. But, less than half (43%) of employers are getting it right. Companies with a solid employee recognition strategy can enjoy stronger engagement, a lower turnover rate, and happier employees. So, what’s a business owner to do? If you want to see results, you need to […]

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Measuring Employee Engagement: Strategies Worth Giving a Shot

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“Wah wah” (think Charlie Brown’s teacher) is something you don’t want going on in your employees’ heads when they’re working. But as time goes by, your employees might start losing interest in their work. If you want to figure out where your employees are at, try measuring employee engagement.

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What Is an Employee Performance Improvement Plan?

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Is one of your workers going down the rabbit hole of idleness? If so, you may consider putting them on an employee performance improvement plan (PIP).

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Leading Virtual Teams With a Traditional Approach

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Seventy percent of professionals work remotely at least once per week. With so many people telecommuting, effectively leading virtual teams has never been more critical.

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