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News You Might Have Missed – June 27

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Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.

Skip the Stocks, Invest in Employees

At HighGround, we invest in our employees every day. Check out our new blog which highlights how Virtuoso uses HighGround to invest in theirs.

When Leaders are Hired for Talent but Fired for Not Fitting In

Think you have a manager that’s just not fitting in due to cultural dissonance? Consider fixing these three critical errors within your organization to avoid that situation completely.

How to Tell if Your Leaders is Ruining Employee Retention

Not sure why your organization is bleeding top talent? You might have a leadership problem on your hands.

How Great Leadership Drives Employee Engagement

Keeping employees engaged can be challenging, but the payoff can be huge for businesses. Here’s how one CX expert helped his employees find success in the workplace.

Giving a Performance Review? Avoid These Phrases

The language managers use during performance reviews can have a significant impact on how the conversation is interpreted by employees. Our CEO Vip Sandhir weighs in on which phrases to avoid for optimal results.

How We Closed the Gap Between Men’s and Women’s Retention Rates

By embedding regular coaching and strengths-based development into its apprenticeship program, The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) was able to improve promotion and retention rates for women across the organization.

Artificial Intelligence Comes to HR as a Conversation

Why the application of AI will help HR make strides in people analytics.

Bad Managers: Are They Hiding in Plain Sight?

It’s easy to spot bad managers by the negative things they do. But what about the important things they don’t do

Four Reasons Employees Need to be Involved in Your Hiring Process

Platforms like HighGround help recognize employees for referring successful new hires. Entrepreneur provides 4 reasons employees at every company should be involved in the hiring process.

360- Degree Feedback: “Cure” for Abusive Bosses?

Managers who don’t provide their employees with opportunities for development or recognition are more likely to drive top talent away. 360-degree feedback could be the key to helping managers address their own performance pitfalls.