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Uncertain economic conditions have prompted organizations to rethink their hiring process and attract top talent. In their quest to find the best candidates, most organizations have now realized that they have to look beyond academic qualifications and experience.

They are scouting for people who can not only complete their job at hand but also bring new perspectives to the table. Sharp thinkers and proactive resources are, therefore, in demand today as they can help a company grow in the right direction. Here are some ways in which employers can benefit from hiring creative employees who think outside the box:

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Managing an office and keeping employees happy is no small task. The truth is, sometimes no matter what you do it’s nearly impossible to make everyone happy at the same time. The key to minimizing employee turnover rate is to make people feel acknowledged and appreciated. As mentioned on Deputy’s blog, being an effective manager is all about communication. Related: 5 Ways To Attract (And Keep!) The Best Employees If employees feel like their company invests in them, they will invest in the company. As a manager, there are some tips and tricks for making a work environment more successful and welcoming. It’s the manager’s job to make employees feel like their jobs have meaning. People want to feel like they are doing more than just working for a paycheck. Here are some modern tips for keeping your employees happy.

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A key step to having impactful talent management and development solutions is to ensure the organizational talent is aware of career development opportunities. In addition, it is vital company leaders are aware of their employees' individual career aspirations. This can be accomplished through a Career Aspiration discussion. Career discussions are formal and focused conversations that occur between a leader and an employee. They center on the employee's career aspirations as well as the potential growth that's available for that employee within the organization. In order to make this conversation productive and impactful, there are some key questions that leaders should ask the employee as well as ask themselves.

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