Friday Five Business Briefing – June 11, 2021
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Here’s news you can use in a constantly changing business environment, including which workers are struggling with mental health; lessons to apply to your cybersecurity; how to conduct more effective one-on-ones; and more.
- Employees struggling with mental health — The pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on Gen Z and millennial workers. Isolation and concern about the long-term societal and financial impacts loom larger in the lives of young people. Learn how your business can support employee mental health.
- Defend against cybersecurity threats — Cyber-attacks that exploit vulnerabilities and hold company data for ransom can disrupt operations in ways that can affect millions of people and cost millions of dollars. Explore these four ways business leaders can defend their organizations against cybersecurity threats.
- Business owner doubles pay and reaps rewards — Faced with a fast-approaching summer season and not enough staff, an ice cream parlor owner doubled the pay, filled 16 positions overnight, and gained an emotional connection with customers who feel good about supporting better paying jobs. Read the full story about Klavon’s Ice Cream Parlor’s innovative staffing solution.
- Become a more effective manager — Consistent one-on-ones help employees grow and strengthen relationships between employees and managers. Discover four ways you can strengthen one-on-one meetings with your employees.
- Put your best face forward — A good corporate headshot makes a positive first impression and helps generate new business. Check out these tips to get the headshot photo right.
Thank you to our Friday Five sources: Employee Benefit News, Kellogg Insight, Inc., Forbes and Entrepreneur.
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