Top 3 reasons you should pay attention to the brains behind your business

May 19, 2017
Some of the globe’s largest, most successful corporations, including Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Microsoft, JP Morgan, Chase, Ford, Airbnb, Salesforce, and Facebook, have launched HR programs specifically targeted to recruit and hire neurodiverse individuals, broadening their talent pool and reaping the benefits as a result.

More than just a buzzword, “neurodiversity” promotes the inclusion of individuals with neurological differences, such as dyslexia, autism, ADHD, anxiety disorders, and dyspraxia, in the job market and workplace. However, these “neurological differences” can also describe the stark contrast between a left-brained, systematic thinker and a right-brained, imaginative thinker.

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The Top 3 Ways To Boost Employee Morale

April 21, 2017
Low morale can also result in high employee turnover, which, in turn, can cost a business money when having to hire and train new employees.

A happy employee is a more productive employee, and unhappy employees can actually be detrimental to the economy. In fact, the Gallup Organization estimates that there are approximately 22 million actively disengaged employees costing the economy as much as $350 billion dollars per year in lost productivity, including absenteeism, illness, and other low-morale issues. Low morale can also result in high employee turnover, which, in turn, can cost a business money when having to hire and train new employees. Furthermore, studies claim it may take a new employee 1-2 years to reach the productivity of an existing employee.

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