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Break Down The Silo Between Sales and Operations

When working with clients on their organizational structure, we often see very separated departmental silos. It is a very common mistake, but a very correctable mistake. This post is going to focus on the most common departmental silos, sales and operations. It is common for these same clients to believe that it is the sales...

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues organizations have been forced to adopt or further expand work-from-home policies. Have you worried at all about your workers compensation insurance? Now would be a good time to review your workers compensation coverage and your processes. Fully understanding which injuries your workers compensation might cover, adapting your safety program, and...

What is a Change Management Plan? A change management plan is the outline that informs the use of tools and processes for managing the people side of change. The importance of change management stems from the fact that your employees (or end users) determine the success of your project. Some key aspects of an effective...

Evaluating Remote Employees What is the best way to evaluate remote employees? As the year-end approaches many companies are preparing for performance reviews. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, workplace dynamics have been dramatically changed over the past few months. The word office has a whole new meaning now, from heavily reduced personal interaction and connection...

Uncovering Hidden Talent in Your Organization

Executives generally have a few key attributes they look for in the next generation of leaders that display a promise of outstanding things to come. Executives then become huge advocates for the individuals that are demonstrating these aspects; they write gleaming performance reviews and do what they can to ensure these stars are in the...

The days of working 35-40+ years for the same employer and retiring with a nice pension after years of work and loyalty seem to have been replaced with a new normal – changing jobs every few years pursuing knowledge, challenge and career satisfaction. How many people do you know that have started and ended their...

I think we can all agree that 2020 has been one very crazy year. Employees and employers have been forced to learn tough lessons on pivoting and remote work. At MCDA CCG our HR team has been observing how our clients use of systems, communication skills, performance feedback (or lack of), standard operating procedures, etc.,...

In the face of uncertainty, successful business leaders must prioritize key business essentials and skillfully guide their organizations through this global crisis. MCDA CCG, Inc. has developed a checklist of 11 critical areas for financial executives to focus on now to position their organizations for a strong recovery. Cash management strategies Prioritize and conserve cash payments by...

We wanted to make you aware that your staff may be eligible for a $500 grant from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s (NRAEF) Employee Relief Fund.  The Restaurant Employee Relief Fund (“Fund”) was created to help restaurant industry employees experiencing extraordinary hardship in the wake of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. Through this Fund, grants will be...

Companies are continuing to make arrangements for employees to work from home, and others are fast tracking HR policies to meet the requirements of shelter-in-place orders by state officials.  These actions are making it an even higher risk for people being targeted by scammers, especially through phishing emails or through an unsecured network connection. Employees...

Employees often look forward to summer as the time to sort of slow down and schedule some of their hard earned time away from work.  Employers, however, still need to get the work done and summer’s dip in productivity can create a challenge.  Making the season work for both employee and employer can mean some...

Somewhere out there right now there is a group of office staff strapping on some sketchy safety gear and preparing to climb some random cliff together.  Somewhere else out there there is a group of office staff engaged in a retreat designed to foster some sense of teamwork.  Then there is another group locked in...

As a business owner, you try to hire good people. You screen them, train them, encourage them, and do whatever you can to help them succeed and become an integral part of your business. So it’s extremely frustrating when one of them posts disparaging comments online after he or she has left your company. It...