Sales Inquiry : 855-351-4731
Sales Inquiry : 855-351-4731
Six Ways to Give Good Feedback After Bad Performance

Six Ways to Give Good Feedback After Bad Performance

CoAdvantage-Providing feedback is a necessary, unavoidable, and often thankless part of managing people. It’s easy when all you need to say is “good job”! But what about delivering criticism after mistakes or poor work? How do you deliver constructive criticism in ways that won’t upset more sensitive workers? Good, helpful communication is just as vital[…]

Is Your Workplace Meeting Your Employees' Needs?

Is Your Workplace Meeting Your Employees’ Needs?

CoAdvantage- Employee engagement in the workplace is – and has been – in a state of crisis. According to Gallup, only about a third (34%) of employees are actively engaged, and that number seems to be dropping. Gallup attributes low engagement scores to a few different causes. One is bad management. They’ve previously found that[…]

Solving the Top 3 Employee Communication Challenges

Solving the Top 3 Employee Communication Challenges

CoAdvantage-Sometimes the employer can do everything right … and still, come up short. One example: employers can follow every best practice in communicating effectively with employees but still end up with employees failing to consume or understand those communications. This lapse in understanding can have meaningful consequences. For example, if employees don’t understand why or[…]

More effective training

5 Ways to Make Your Company’s Training More Effective

CoAdvantage-Most corporate approaches to employee training are lacking. “Few companies see sustained benefits from training employees,” writes consultancy group McKinsey & Co. Yet it’s clear that training is a pivotal part of the workplace experience. One LinkedIn study found that nearly all employees (94%) would stay with an organization longer if it invested in their[…]

10 Ways to Maintain Work-Life Balance in a Work from Home World

10 Ways to Maintain Work-Life Balance in a Work from Home World

CoAdvantage-Work-life balance is much more important than many workplaces credit. In pursuit of perfect productivity, employers tend to demand more and more of their employees. Between the advent of smart devices and portable computers and a relentless pace to doing business, many employers would like their employees to respond to business needs anywhere, anytime. This[…]

6 Best Practices for Communicating with Employees

CoAdvantage-One underrated challenge with which every employer must deal is how to communicate effectively with their own employees. Clear, engaging, and persuasive communications are critical in the workplace. They’re needed to help sell employees on changes and new policies in the workplace, to help employees make the best use of their benefits, to improve compliance[…]

How Much Would an Extra Hour Every Day Be Worth to You?

How Much Would an Extra Hour Every Day Be Worth to You?

CoAdvantage-One of the biggest advantages of outsourcing anything is time. According to small business financial lender Fundera, small business owners work a lot of hours. Most (70%) work more than 40 hours per week, and a sizeable minority (19%) work more than 60 hours per week. With HR and administrative tasks consuming as much as[…]

4 Tips for Improving Employee Engagement

4 Tips for Improving Employee Engagement

CoAdvantage-Strengthening employee engagement is a huge boon for employers. Study after study has found that engagement produces better outcomes in all kinds of ways, including by boosting the bottom-line. Engaged employees are more productive and produce better output and more profit. So, most employers already understand the “why” of employee engagement, but what about the[…]

4 Tips for Creating a Mentoring or Coaching Program in the Workplace

CoAdvantage-Mentorship and coaching programs in the workplace can be enormously beneficial. Experience counts for a lot in the business world, and mentors can take skilled but less experienced workers and give them a chance to learn, improve, and grow under real-world conditions. In other words, they offer a great way to bridge the gap between[…]

Is It Time for Employers Everywhere to Adopt a 4-Day Workweek?

Is It Time for Employers Everywhere to Adopt a 4-Day Workweek?

CoAdvantage-The 40-hour workweek isn’t as old a tradition as you might think; it’s only been around for about a century. Back In the 19th and early 20th century, it was common to work 12 hours or more each day. Auto manufacturer Henry Ford changed that; he came to believe that overwork reduced productivity and increased[…]