Entries by CERSnow Staff

Which management style are you?

A management style is a way in which a manager works to fulfill their goals. Management style includes the way that a manager plans, organizes, makes decisions, delegates, and manages their staff.

It can vary widely depending on the company, level of management, industry, country, and culture, as well as the person themself.

401(K): What It Is & How It Works

A 401(k) plan can be a powerful tool for retirement savings. But to make the most of your 401(k), it’s important to understand the basics on how to maximize contributions and to know the rules for making withdrawals.

8 Proven Employee Retention Strategies in 2022

Employee turnover is expensive. Here are the top reasons employees leave and research-backed strategies to make them stay.  Wouldn’t it be nice if the word turnover only referred to a small pie?  The reality for HR leaders isn’t so sweet. It’s no surprise that these two are linked: It’s much less expensive to retain a […]

Do You Need a Career Coach?

Maybe you don’t know which career will bring you fulfillment, you’re struggling to move on from a terrible past job, or you’re not getting very far in the interview process. Career coaches can help you figure out what you want to do

What is still driving the great resignation

It is rather staggering that nearly 69 million people quit their jobs in America last year—and the common assumption is that everyone who resigned found a new employer willing to give them a meaningful bump in pay. It’s not just money. This is what’s still driving the Great Resignation…

The Number 1 Issue Remote Workers Face–and the Surprisingly Easy Fix

Remember when people were concerned that remote workers wouldn’t actually be working? If anything, the past year has proved the opposite: People working from home struggle to stop working. While 68 percent of remote workers want to continue working from home all or most of the time post-pandemic, over half reported that they’ve found themselves working constantly, neglecting to […]