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How Leaders Build Trust in the Workplace

Trustworthy leaders can transform a team dynamic and improve turnover rates. The Overture Group provides guidance on how leaders can build trust with employees.

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Grass is Greener

Understanding The "Grass is Greener" Syndrome

If The Great Resignation has taught us anything, it’s the importance of staying competitive. While the “grass is greener” syndrome will always exist, you have the power to make your work hard to leave. Have any lingering questions? Be sure to reach out to our team.

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Great Resignation

Overture Offers Insight On The Great Resignation

An Executive Council welcomes Bob Lindeman as a panelist to offer insight and advice to employers navigating the Great Resignation.

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Should You Accept A Counter Offer?

When you tell your current employer you've accepted another job and they send a counter offer, how do you respond? Here are some questions to ask yourself.

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Promoting Positivity at Work

After a few uncertain, pandemic-fueled years, it’s more important than ever to create an environment workers feel good in. While classic HR strategies like establishing values, creating team-bonding opportunities, and refining the onboarding process are all important, workplace positivity takes much more than the fundamentals. The following are actionable steps your company can take to boost morale, and generally improve your company culture for the better.

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Compensation Reports

Determining Appropriate Employee Pay: Best Practices and Pitfalls

As Leaders, we own the responsibility to provide appropriate compensation to our employees based on each organization’s unique situation. This article scratches the surface by noting a few best practices and pitfalls when determining appropriate market compensation for all levels of employees from Executives to Entry level workers.

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Sales Compensation Best Practices

Sales Compensation Best Practices

One right answer does not exist. Each business is unique – combination of industry, sales process, lifecycle stage, level of profitability, and product/service offering all weigh into the establishing the “right” plan for your organization.

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Best Practices for Effectively Working with a Compensation Committee

As HR leaders, you are typically expected to serve as a strategic partner to the CEO and Compensation and/or Talent Committee of the Board or the Board itself if this sub-committee does not exist, as in some smaller organizations.

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Trends in Writing Reports Publicly and Privately

Trends in Writing Reports Publicly and Privately

As the new year begins, many who participate in authoring annual reports and proxy statements will benefit from recognizing the changing landscape of formal organization documentation and publications.

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The Benefits of Non-Monetary Incentives

Compensation comes in all shapes and sizes. Two of the most common forms are base salary and annual bonus. These two, of course, come in the form of monetary or cash compensation. There are other forms of compensation, which one could argue are more important than these.

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