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Summary: These four articles highlight the importance and responsibility a company has to develop their workers into valuable business components.

The Investment Side of Having a Career

Most notable companies offer benefits such as 401(k) programs, health insurance and flexible work hours, which can consequently makes their workers business investments. But at the same time, workers are investing in their companies and more importantly, their careers. Realizing this, hiring managers have begun to respond positively to employees who want to make the most of their careers.
 
Are You Investing in Your Career?

A rising trend in the workplace is for workers, particularly thought leaders, to become proactive and study up on their profession after their work day has ended. They do this mostly via the internet where information and interaction regarding virtually any profession can be found.
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How to (Positively) Monitor Your Employees

While some employees may take exception to human resources monitoring their workday, as a human resources manager, you should use this opportunity to not necessarily “police” your employees, but to actually help them improve their productivity.
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How to Create a Rising Tide of Talent within Your Organization

As a workplace leader, one responsibility you have to your workers is to harness their abilities, guide their development, and support them in their career path. Read this article for some tips as to how you can harvest exceptional employees.
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Easy 401(k) for SMBs

This article examines a new type of 401(k) program aimed specifically at small to mid-sized businesses, in which employees can enroll much more easily than with previous 401(k) programs. Most importantly, putting this program in place at your business can further demonstrate your appreciation for your employees.
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