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Posted August 12, 2013 by

Are Your Employees Engaged on Their Entry Level Jobs?

Employee engagement is crucial to the success of a company.  Employers should make sure they understand this concept in order to manage new employees for positions such as entry level jobs.  The following post explains more about employee engagement.

Dale Carnegie and MSW did a study on over 1500 employees, to dig further into what creates engaged employees, and what key attributes are present within these engaged employees. Some startling employee engagement statistics revealed in this study showed that 29% of the workforce is engaged, 45% are not engaged, and 26

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Posted April 26, 2013 by

What you Must Know When Transitioning to a Leadership Role

So, now you have achieved one of your professional goals for 2013: getting a promotion within your company.  How should you handle the transition into a new job?  The following post offers some advice.

Congratulations! You’ve got the promotion you’ve been waiting for catapulting you to a leadership role within your organization. As you prepare for the new responsibilities and challenges ahead it is best to be prepared well. These tips might help you in transitioning to the new leadership role, add

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Posted November 30, 2012 by

Increasing student success through statistical modeling for student retention: Lynchburg College (Virginia)

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post discusses a method colleges and universities may think about using to assess their incoming freshmen.  See how this method may benefit student retention.

Lynchburg College is a small, private liberal arts institution serving students from diverse geographic regions with a wide range of academic performance (high school GPAs ranging from 2.5 to 4.0). Because of this diversity, Lynchburg College has made it a campuswide priority to understand the needs of incoming students and connect them to the resources they need to succeed.

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Increasing student success through statistical modeling for student retention: Lynchburg College (Virginia)