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Should You Be Jumping on the ‘Higher Wage’ Bandwagon?

For CEOs who continue to look for signs that the U.S. economy is really in lift-off mode, new developments in wages are nudging them closer to becoming believers. There are more signs, both statistical and anecdotal, that American wages are on the rise, and some CEOs are actually leading that charge. Should you be part of that trend?

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For Better Results, Forget Stretch Goals and Lower the Bar

As you review last year’s business results, you’re likely working with your leadership team to help its members develop 2015 stretch goals for themselves and their organizations. However, since most executives think that goals motivate, they believe wrongly that a stretch goal has the added value of challenging people to do more than they otherwise would.

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3 Ways to Boost Revenue Through Increased Employee Engagement

Company performance can be directly linked with employee engagement, with new data in an Aon Hewitt survey suggesting that higher levels of engagement breed improved worker performance. The survey also revealed that employers and businesses with the highest quantifiable levels of workers outperform average companies by 6% in sales growth, 4% in operating margin and 6% in total shareholder return.

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HR Tips from Moneyball

In the movie “Moneyball,” the manager of the Oakland A’s, played by Brad Pitt, decides to rely on a geeky subordinate to embrace a computerized statistical-based model for evaluating his players.

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