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When your superstar employee leaves to take an offer with a competitor, it can throw off a whole team. Beyond the personal sadness of losing a colleague and friend, you as the manager may also feel that you failed to satisfy that team member’s needs. What could you have offered to make their work experience more fulfilling and rewarding? Surprisingly, the answer is not always more money. Daniel Pink, a writer for the New York…

Managing a company’s social media accounts can quickly become a full-time job. As your agency grows and takes on more clients, you may feel some urgency to grow your social media management team so that you can focus on core aspects of your marketing campaigns. However, maintaining a brand on social media is no easy feat, and you should not take hiring or outsourcing lightly. This person will be in charge of promoting and protecting…

In all likelihood, your newest team member will spend their first day trying to make a good impression. You should probably do the same. After all, almost half of new hires resign within the first four months at their new job. The first few days can be a crucial time to define a new hire’s role and show them how they fit into a dynamic team. This time is particularly important if you are a…