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PRIDESTAFF presents Innovations
October 2012
Hi Reader,

We like to talk about creating a positive company culture, but when conflict rears its head, as it so often does, do your employees know how to handle it? Do you?

When issues are left unresolved, you'll find yourself facing high turnover, poor quality work and a reputation as a lousy employer.

In this issue of Innovations, we'll discuss the tools you need to use, and the skills you need to teach your employees--especially younger ones--to create the kind of work environment where employees can feel comfortable and productive.

And if you ever want to talk with me further about workplace management, I'm always a phone call or email away!

Best regards,

Bob Daniel
PrideStaff - Las Vegas
www.pridestaff.com
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INNOVATIVE IDEAS

Develop Positive, Proactive Employees to Create a Calm Company Culture
Conflict in the workplace can kill morale, harm employee retention and damage your company's reputation. Find out how to nip it in the bud in this month's Innovative Idea:
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BEST PRACTICES

How to Disagree With Your Boss – The Right Way
Speaking of conflict in the workplace, disagreeing with your boss is always tricky--but it's going to happen. How can you speak your mind without losing your job? Here are some strategies to try:
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