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Noel Cocca liked Ann Clifford's blog post Salaries: Which jobs will have the biggest 2012 increases?
Apr 17, 2012
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Salaries: Which jobs will have the biggest 2012 increases?

Employers had the advantage during the recession. Yet, gone are the days of hiring overqualified candidates at discounted salaries. Job opportunities are on the rise. The best workers have choices and we are currently seeing candidates receive multiple offers at competitive salaries. According to CareerBuilder’s 2012 US Job Forecast, here are the top 4 functional areas that will see the…See More
Apr 16, 2012
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Apr 6, 2012
A blog post by Ann Clifford was featured

Positive Side of Turnover

As difficult as it is, turnover is not always bad.  It can be an opportunity to revise an outdated position or to hire someone new with fresh ideas.  To decrease the panic and pain associated with the resignation of a key employee, follow these advance planning tips.Transfer the knowledge.Cross-train employees.Document important procedures.Hire a support person to learn key aspects of the role.Turnover happens.  The key is to be prepared for it, so that you can turn the experience into a…See More
Jan 26, 2012
Ann Clifford posted a blog post

Positive Side of Turnover

As difficult as it is, turnover is not always bad.  It can be an opportunity to revise an outdated position or to hire someone new with fresh ideas.  To decrease the panic and pain associated with the resignation of a key employee, follow these advance planning tips.Transfer the knowledge.Cross-train employees.Document important procedures.Hire a support person to learn key aspects of the role.Turnover happens.  The key is to be prepared for it, so that you can turn the experience into a…See More
Jan 25, 2012
Jim Murphy liked Ann Clifford's blog post Turnover: 4 Ways to Keep Key Employees
Jan 6, 2012
A blog post by Ann Clifford was featured

Turnover: 4 Ways to Keep Key Employees

“If you’re not concerned that the toughest employees to replace are the most likely to bail on you; you should be.”  ~ Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBizMediaIn recent months, I have had several speaking engagements on the subject of turnover with hundreds of business owners in attendance.   I am not a professional speaker, so I was somewhat surprised when I discovered these business owners were totally engrossed in my talk.  Since I know it was not…See More
Jan 5, 2012
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Turnover: 4 Ways to Keep Key Employees

“If you’re not concerned that the toughest employees to replace are the most likely to bail on you; you should be.”  ~ Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBizMediaIn recent months, I have had several speaking engagements on the subject of turnover with hundreds of business owners in attendance.   I am not a professional speaker, so I was somewhat surprised when I discovered these business owners were totally engrossed in my talk.  Since I know it was not…See More
Jan 4, 2012

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Ann Clifford
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Indianapolis
Company
Safari Solutions
Which best describes your profession?
Agency, Human Resources/staffing, Executive
How many years have you been in the business?
Less than 1 year
Which industries do you work in now?
All Industries
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http://www.safarisolutions.com
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http://safarisolutions.compendiumblog.com/blog/ann-cliffords-blog
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Salaries: Which jobs will have the biggest 2012 increases?

Posted on April 16, 2012 at 10:45pm 0 Comments

Employers had the advantage during the recession. Yet, gone are the days of hiring overqualified candidates at discounted salaries. Job opportunities are on the rise. The best workers have choices and we are currently seeing candidates receive multiple offers at competitive salaries. According to CareerBuilder’s 2012 US Job Forecast, here are the top 4 functional areas that will see the…

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Compensation: Is it a Taboo Subject?

Posted on April 6, 2012 at 3:36pm 0 Comments

Discussion about money is often taboo, yet those who are uncomfortable talking about money upfront (both employer and employee) are starting their relationship off on the wrong foot.  The employer/employee relationship should not be a “guessing” game.  Good relationships are based on frank, honest communication.  And, the employer sets the stage first by being upfront about the salary range being offered.
 
Hiring managers are often afraid to show their cards first. …
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Employee Coaching: 4 Commitments

Posted on April 6, 2012 at 3:14pm 0 Comments

Employee coaching is on the rise, according to a recent study by Bersin & Associates. Business results (defined as a combination of market share, costs and financial performance) were 21 percent higher for companies whose executive leadership embraced coaching and actively coached others. When businesses reported “excellent cultural support for coaching”, employee results (a combination of employee productivity, engagement and customer satisfaction) were 39 percent stronger.

The…

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Positive Side of Turnover

Posted on January 25, 2012 at 3:37pm 0 Comments

As difficult as it is, turnover is not always bad.  It can be an opportunity to revise an outdated position or to hire someone new with fresh ideas.  To decrease the panic and pain associated with the resignation of a key employee, follow these advance planning tips.

  • Transfer the knowledge.
  • Cross-train employees.
  • Document important procedures.
  • Hire a support person to learn key aspects of the role.

Turnover happens.  The key is to be…

Continue

Turnover: 4 Ways to Keep Key Employees

Posted on January 4, 2012 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

“If you’re not concerned that the toughest employees to replace are the most likely to bail on you; you should be.”  ~ Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBizMedia

In recent months, I have had several speaking engagements on the subject of turnover with hundreds of business owners in…

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At 1:14am on November 12, 2009, Hassan Rizwan said…
Hello How are you Ann. Great connecting with you. Could you please tell me a little more about. I am associated with a talent assessment firm
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