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Leadership

Leadership tips for HR professionals, recruiters, and managers— the leaders of the workplace. Find inspiration, actionable tips and tricks, and in-depth how-to’s addressing all of your pain points. 

Life as a hiring manager, HR professional, or recruiter can be hard. Employee turnover rate is high, employee satisfaction is at an all-time low, and the elusive millennial job hoppers have entered the workforce like a biblical storm. At Good&Co, we feel your pain, and are here to help with actionable, inspirational content. Find out how to decrease the number of candidates you interview, how to increase employee retention, and how to work with those obnoxious coworkers and employees that we all have. The best leadership tips are right here.

All Aboard! The 5 Steps To Successful Onboarding

All Aboard! The 5 Steps To Successful Onboarding

First days at work are stressful to say the least. You have to memorize all your coworkers names, navigate a new office, pretend like you actually enjoy Soylent, figure out your boss’s pet-peeves, and learn how to use multiple software…
The Most Transgender Friendly Workplaces In America

The Most Transgender Friendly Workplaces In America

In light of President Trump’s recent withdrawal of Obama-era protection for transgender students who wished to use bathrooms that corresponded with their gender identities, we have identified the most LGBTQ-friendly workplaces in America. Despite institutionalized discrimination across the country, there…
A Nutritional Therapist’s Guide To Breakfast

A Nutritional Therapist’s Guide To Breakfast

Breakfast manufacturers use a combination of sugar and clever marketing to entice people back to their brands, often under the illusion that their breakfast products are healthy. But the reality is, most breakfast cereals (and, let’s be honest, most breakfast…
5 New Year Tips For Engaging Burned Out Employees

5 New Year Tips For Engaging Burned Out Employees

Going back to work after the hustle and bustle of the holiday season can be downright depressing. You expect your employees to return rosy-cheeked and filled with boundless energy, and instead find a lethargic group of email-inundated and stressed out…
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