4 reasons top employees leave

first_imgEmployee turnover is the worst. This is especially true when the employees that are leaving are your top-notch performers. If you want to slow the departure of your best employees, it helps to know why they’re hitting the road. Here are four reasons your best employees decide to leave.They’re not going anywhere: Over time, employees get tired of doing the exact same thing day after day. If you’re not moving forward, then you must not be going anywhere. Employees want to feel valued and important, and when you’re not advancing, it’s hard to feel appreciated. Sometimes, no matter how hard you work, there’s no chance to climb the ladder. When that happens, your employees will look elsewhere for growth opportunities.They’re overworked: Good employees are usually capable of doing more work than they are initially asked, but this can become a problem when the workload eventually grows to a level that even the best employee can’t handle. When this happens, they get burned out quickly and feel like they’re being taken advantage of. Use raises and title bumps to make sure your hardest working employees feel like they’re getting something in return for all of their hard work.They’re not recognized: Anytime an employee does a great job, you should let them know. Being recognized lets your employees know that they’re doing a great job and it’s also a great motivator. Maybe you can’t afford to hand out bonuses left and right, but you can always speak a few words of appreciation.They don’t feel cared for: Culture plays a huge part in keeping employees happy. Money is important, but when its valued more than the people who make profits possible, you’ll have a big problem. It’s not easy to work hard for someone who cares more about your production than your well-being. The more detached you are from your employees personally, the more employees you’ll have to eventually replace. 185SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

Europa League: Etebo’s Getafe refuse to head to Italy for Inter clash

first_img All sports in Italy have been suspended on Tuesday, March 10 until April 3, including Serie A football, but Champions League and Europa League matches are under the jurisdiction of UEFA. Inter Milan are due to host Getafe in the Europa League last 16, first leg in the San Siro on Thursday while Roma welcome Sevilla a week later.“If we have to lose the tie, we will lose it,” Torres told Onda Cero radio.“We have asked UEFA to look for an alternative to play in Milan. We don’t want to go into the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Best Cars Of All Time14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You Read Also: BREAKING: Man City vs Arsenal off amid coronavirus fearsItaly has restricted movement for its 60 million citizens as the nation grapples to contain a disease which has killed 631, with 168 new deaths recorded on Tuesday, the country’s highest single-day toll, and infected more than 10,000.Spain has more than 1,600 cases and 36 deaths.Many airlines are suspending flights to Italy for the next few weeks.There are no direct flights between Spain and Italy from March 11 to 25.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Getafe president Angel Torres has revealed that Oghenekaro Etebo and his teammates will not head to Italy for their Europa League game against Inter Milan this week as the coronavirus crisis escalates.Advertisement “Under no circumstances are we going to put our health at risk. Unless things change tomorrow, Getafe will not travel to Italy.”The Italian and Spanish professional players’ unions issued a joint statement on Tuesday calling on UEFA to postpone matches between teams from the two countries.Three matches between Italian and Spanish teams are scheduled this week, with Atalanta beating Valencia 4-3 behind closed doors in Spain on Tuesday to reach the Champions League quarter-finals.“Playing a match in Milan in the coming days will endanger the health of many people,” the joint statement read.“The journeys between Italy and Spain will become more complicated and dangerous in the coming weeks.“Next week’s return matches are likely to be held under emergency conditions for the two countries.“We hope that a deep reflection on all the calendars of European competitions will be made in the light of the information which is getting worse by the hour.”last_img read more

Watch Nate Diaz and Nick Diaz lead the most infamous BRAWL in MMA history

first_imgThis was not the first time Nick Diaz and Nate Diaz have been involved in a brawl, there are many accounts of the two being involved in similar incidents inside and outside of the cage. Nick Diaz was serving a five-year suspension from the UFC since September 2015 following a failed drug test at the UFC 183 event. Nick Diaz later made an appeal in 2016 which reduced the suspension to 18 months.Also Read | UFC: Nate Diaz Handed A 90-day Suspension Post Controversial Loss 10 months ago UFC Nate Diaz: Fighter’s salary, net worth and next UFC fight 9 months ago UFC: Nate Diaz meets Conor McGregor’s doppleganger at an event First Published: 27th November, 2019 14:10 IST FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By Last Updated: 27th November, 2019 14:10 IST Watch Nate Diaz And Nick Diaz Lead The Most Infamous BRAWL In MMA History Nate Diaz: A brawl between Jason Mayhem Miller and Jake Shields following Shields dismantling of Dan Henderson was a huge buzz in MMA world. Check out video Danish Ansari center_img LIVE TV 9 months ago UFC: Nate Diaz roasted by former British champion with Mike Tyson reference post UFC 244 COMMENT 9 months ago UFC: Nick Diaz plots revenge against Jorge Masvidal in 2020, begins preparing furiously WE RECOMMEND The Strikeforce Nashville MMA show on CBS remains one of the most memorable events in MMA history. The match card was said to be a complete disaster with lacklustre performances throughout the evening. Having said that, what made the show memorable was a melee that occurred right after Jake Shield’s successful middleweight title defence against Dan Henderson. While some believe the incident left a black eye on the sport, for many, it was the best thing that happen that night.Also Read | UFC: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson On His Advice To Jorge Masvidal After Nate Diaz FightNick Diaz and brother Nate Diaz fired punches during a post-fight interviewDuring Jake Shields’ post-fight interview, a former opponent in Jason Mayhem Miller, who has had a successful fight the same evening managed to enter the cage and interrupted the interview as he uttered the words, “Where’s my rematch, buddy?” It was not a surprise that his teammates Nick Diaz and brother Nate Diaz were present in the cage during the incident, amongst other Gracie members. Nick Diaz and Nate Diaz were seemingly unhappy about the sudden confrontation and decided to take matters in their own hands which triggered an all-out war as chaos erupted in the middle of the octagon. With around 25 individuals in the cage at the time of the incident, it was difficult to determine who was engaged in the scrum and who were trying to break things up. The brawl may be completely uncalled for, but it was far and away the most consecutive action to take place that night.Also Read | UFC: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Responds To Abusive Comments By Nate Diaz 10 months ago UFC 244: Jorge Masvidal wants to ‘run it back’ with Nate Diaz again Also Read | UFC Salaries: Conor McGregor, Khabib, Nate Diaz Salary RevealedNate Diaz brawl: Nate’s brother Nick Diaz and others faced punishmentWhile one may argue it was Jason Miller at fault for forcing himself in the cage to hype a rematch, it was team Nick Diaz and Nate  Diaz who had fired the first shot. However, Mayhem was banned from the post-fight press conference, and the attackers faced subsequent punishments from the commission. Nick Diaz was also reportedly denied a spot on one of Strikeforce’s future events due to the incident.last_img read more

Sporting News’ top 10 hockey stories of the 2010s

first_img Getty Images https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/37/6f/philadelphia-flyers-gritty-getty-100919-ftr_p9vnvr5nndc51p7kd9jv52l1h.jpg?t=-1291982987&w=500&quality=80 7. T.J. ‘Sochie’ dominates Olympic shootoutThe last time the Winter Olympics included NHL players was in Sochi in 2014. It was then that American T.J. Oshie put on a show against the host nation, Russia, in an eight-round shootout that still resonates to this day.In round one, Oshie went five-hole on Russian goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, giving the U.S the upper-hand. After the first three rounds, Oshie and Russia’s Ilya Kovalchuk were the only ones to score, thus sending the shootout to extras. In Olympic competition, at the start of extra rounds, the team that shot first now shoots second. Also, teams are allowed to send out repeat shooters — a strategy both teams took full advantage of.On this day, 4 years ago, we witnessed one of the greatest Olympic hockey moments of all-time.LIVE #WinterOlympics coverage continues TONIGHT on NBC at 8 PM ET / 5PM PT pic.twitter.com/Rbp0FlrexX— #TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) February 15, 2018In the fourth round, Oshie had Bobrovsky sprawled out but sailed the puck high.Then, Jonathan Quick gave up a trickler of a shot to Pavel Datsyuk before Oshie, using a little luck to regather the puck after losing control, slid it between the Russian’s legs once again.Kovalchuk netted his second of the shootout with an off-speed shot in front of the hometown fans; but of course, Oshie scored yet again in the sixth when the puck ricocheted off the crossbar and the back of Bobrovsky before making its way across the line. Round seven featured misses from Datsyuk and Oshie before the American finished it off in the eighth when he blasted one straight to the back of the net. Victory for the USA. 4. USA Women defeat Canada to win goldThe 2018 Winter Olympics did not see NHL players participate, but there was still plenty of high-intensity hockey. A rivalry etched in history once again found itself at the biggest stage, as the United States and Canada went head-to-head in the gold-medal game at the Pyeongchang Olympics. It marked the fifth time in the last six Olympics that these two nations met in the championship; in 2006, Canada defeated Sweden.However, the rivalry had been dominated by Canada for much of the previous two decades. Since the U.S. won gold at the inaugural event in 1998, Canada had won four straight (2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014) — but 2018’s match went in America’s favor in the most improbable of fashions.The U.S. scored first on a power-play goal with less than 30 seconds left in the first period. Two minutes into the second, Canada tied the game on a batted puck and about five minutes later Canada took its first lead on a shot from the point. The United States tied the game on a breakaway with just over six minutes left in regulation that kept the dream alive.Then, the dream came to fruition.In the sixth round of the shootout, Team USA’s Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson deked Canada’s goalie out of her skates, putting the puck softly into the back of the net. Maddie Rooney then sealed the deal with a save at the other end, and in the early hours, the USA was finally golden again. 9. Over 105 thousand attend 2014 Winter ClassicThe Winter Classic has been an NHL tradition since 2008, played in 11 different outdoor stadiums and featuring 11 of the league’s most storied franchises. On New Year’s Day 2014, “The Big House” at the University of Michigan set an NHL record with an attendance of 105,491.The last time the #WinterClassic was played on a college campus… pic.twitter.com/7XAMdeyhE7— NHL Network (@NHLNetwork) December 31, 2018Named “Sports Event of the Year” by SportsBusiness Journal, the 2014 Winter Classic featured the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs — the first time a Canadian team participated. The two teams were set to face-off in 2013 but the event was canceled due to the league’s lockout. Regardless, fans poured into Ann Arbor, Mich. for the big game that saw the Leafs win 3-2 in a shootout. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/ed/2e/sidney-crosby-olympics-122619-getty-ftrjpeg_5pfe8k72j8se1jna2z0dljkax.jpg?t=1161026095&w=500&quality=80 Here’s Sporting News’ top 10 hockey stories of the 201s.Honorable mentionsJohn Carlson nets overtime winner as USA stuns Canada for gold at  2010 World Junior Championship.On home soil, Canada captures its first gold since 2012 at the 2015 World Juniors.Vancouver erupts in riots following Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final.New Jersey Devils center Brian Boyle plays on “Hockey Fights Cancer” night — and scores.Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres play the first sporting event following the tragic events at the Boston marathon.NHL and hockey fans around the globe pay tribute following the Humbolt Broncos’ tragedy.Former NHLer Craig Cunningham makes a return to the ice following a heart attack and leg amputation. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/3a/59/golden-knights-052018-getty-ftrjpeg_a46sxrl77olj1s07ybo6x6pfl.jpg?t=2139742083&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/70/86/winnipeg-jets-fans-102219-getty-ftrjpeg_bljrn8eze4jc1ftos3km75kmh.jpg?t=-189842163&w=500&quality=80 10. Gritty is bornEvery once in a while, a superstar bursts onto the scene putting the hockey world on notice. After all, Auston Matthews scored four in his NHL debut. Arguably, though, nothing comes close to the entrance made by the NHL’s newest team mascot — Gritty.Born in September 2018, the orange fluffball creature quickly caught the eyes of fans and critics alike; however, once the character started to develop, their number of fans went through the roof. Now a cultural icon, Gritty brings laughter and cheers to not only Philadelphia Flyers fans but hockey fans alike.Unless, of course, you are associated with the Pittsburgh Penguins:lol ok https://t.co/3sSJcbLSfF— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) September 24, 2018Streaking at the Stadium Series game, mastering the social media platform TikTok, dressing as Wonder Woman and one-upping Kim Kardashian’s champaign fountain photo are just a few examples of the glory that is Gritty.All-Decade Teams: Calgary Flames | Edmonton Oilers | Montreal Canadiens | Ottawa Senators | Toronto Maple Leafs | Vancouver Canucks | Winnipeg Jets (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/88/12/patrick-kane-goal-122619-getty-ftrjpeg_1aq3cwbadz5671x83du80xslta.jpg?t=1160073719&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/8f/73/ovi-cup-group-060818-getty-ftrjpg_15xekz1g5a319g7842fxwrit.jpg?t=-570254661&w=500&quality=80 6. Vegas’ inaugural seasonOn June 22, 2016, the NHL announced Las Vegas would be home to the league’s 31st franchise.Vegas put together the strongest opening season for an expansion team in the history of North American professional sports. The squad of “misfits” made it to the Stanley Cup Final and fell just short, losing to the Washington Capitals in a five-game series.At one point, the Golden Knights had 500-1 odds of winning the Cup before going on to win the Western Conference.WESTERNCONFERENCECHAMPS pic.twitter.com/iHfHwqpwcv— Vegas Golden Knights (@GoldenKnights) May 20, 2018Part of the Vegas Golden Knights story that season took place just days prior to opening night. A mass shooting in Las Vegas took the lives of 58 individuals and injured hundreds more. The hashtag, #VegasStrong, quickly became the battle cry of the NHL’s newest franchise. They retired No. 58 to the rafters to honor the victims before puck drop in the home opener and no player has, or ever will, wear No. 58 for the Golden Knights.center_img The decade is coming to a close and what a 10 years it has been in the hockey world. Memories were made that will stand the test of time and teams that will never be forgotten captured our attention. There were stories around every corner and trophies placed in cabinets across the globe.With all of the events over the course of the last 10 years, it’s hard to settle on just 10 to look back on — but we did it anyway. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e/94/tj-oshie-olympics-122619-getty-ftrjpeg_1cg9lltmrs95y1qjqrvmn0eyva.jpg?t=1156481079&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/67/2e/usa-women-gold-022218-getty-ftrjpg_19tn47zlbzoze192ozxgy15uof.jpg?t=-1127695559&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/b5/e4/winter-classic-2014-122619-getty-ftrjpeg_fcfb14irau881y2nic8h28jul.jpg?t=1153937079&w=500&quality=80 8. Jets move back to WinnipegThe Winnipeg Jets are currently one of the top powerhouses in the NHL but from 1996-2010, they — technically — did not exist.History lesson: the Jets were established in 1972 and played in Winnipeg through the 1995-96 season before relocating to Phoenix and becoming today’s Arizona Coyotes. Then, in 2011, the Atlanta Thrashers, who were a mightily-struggling franchise at the time, moved to Winnipeg and reignited the hockey fanbase that already existed just north of the border.The reception was fantastic. In fact, the team sold out every game in the regular season and playoffs, before failing to do so for the first time on Oct. 15 this year. Not only were the fans back influx, but the traditional “whiteout” for home playoffs games made its return as well.The history of the #WPGWhiteout…Courtesy of @Sportsnet. pic.twitter.com/786C1ADrMp— Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) April 13, 2018Since heading north, the team has made the playoffs three times in eight seasons including bids in each of the last two.MORE: Winnipeg Jets top 5 moments of the decade 3. Kane’s OT winner in 2010 Stanley Cup FinalThe puck officially went missing — twice.On the first occasion, only one player knew where the puck was — and his name was Patrick Kane.When the Blackhawks winger took the short-angle shot against Michael Leighton, only Kane reacted. In fact, the referee and the clock operator had lost sight of the rubber disk as Kane began celebrating in traditional Stanley Cup-winning fashion: with gloves and sticks thrown into the air.Chicago’s Stanley Cup drought officially ended at 49 years and they would go on to win two more over the course of the decade; the first was definitely the most memorable.#10neGoal pic.twitter.com/objb3N0XlX— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) July 26, 2019So how did the puck go missing a second time?Following the triumphant celebration, one question remained: where is the puck?It was officially seen in the back of the net but from then on, it’s been a mystery that has been investigated but has no end in sight. Where is the puck? Who has the puck? Why can no one find the puck? These are valid questions but ones with no answer, adding to the history that is the NHL.From Raptors in 6 to The Golden Goal: The top 10 Canadian sports moments of the decade (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/84/34/alex-pietrangelo-061219-getty-ftrjpg_196tpdj9b0umk1dsu1aihi3fh4.jpg?t=1321873915&w=500&quality=80 2. No longer Blue in St. LouisArguably the most impressive Cinderella story in the history of the NHL came less than a year ago.On Jan. 3, 2019, the St Louis Blues stood last in the NHL standings. On June 12, they were first — and Stanley Cup champions.A miracle run led by then-interim head coach Craig Berube and rookie goalie Jordan Binnington, St. Louis finished the season on a 30-10-5 run and made the playoffs as the third seed in the Central Division.Six games against the Winnipeg Jets, double-overtime in Game 7 against the Dallas Stars and another six-game series win over the San Jose Sharks put the Blues in the Stanley Cup Final. They then went ahead and gave St. Louis its first-ever Stanley Cup championship.History made. #StanleyCup #stlblues pic.twitter.com/J7YUkBiuJ1— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) June 13, 2019A major part of the beautiful story was the motivation the team received from a courageous girl by the name of Laila Anderson. Laila suffers from hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) and in December, received word that she has received a match for a bone marrow donor. She built a special relationship with the team and she partook in all the celebrations with them, including getting her own ring. 5. Caps get their first CupAlex Ovechkin has consistently been one of the top players in the NHL over his 10-plus years in the league — and in 2018, Ovi got his Cup.Joining the league in 1974, the Capitals had just one previous Stanley Cup Final appearance in 1998 when they were swept by the Detroit Red Wings. Then, they were in it again in 2018 and weren’t going to let the opportunity pass them by.Alex Ovechkin did a keg stand out of the Stanley Cup 😂(via @tonyandjoes) pic.twitter.com/sCaqxLwLkC— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 9, 2018Washington, D.C., has had quite a decade but it was the Capitals who opened the run of championships as the Nationals (MLB) and the Mystics (WNBA) both won titles in 2019.After the Caps took the series against the Vegas Golden Knights, the summer of Ovechkin officially began. From drinking to sleeping, the Russian star did everything with his new pal: Stanley.The 2010s: Crosby named NHL Athlete of the Decade | Ovi and the NHL All-Decade Team 1. “The Next One” nets the “Golden Goal”Feb. 28, 2010.It seems almost unfair that the top event of the decade took place only 59 days into it — but there’s no doubt that Sidney Crosby’s overtime-game winner in the gold-medal game of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics against the United States deserves the top spot on this list.Crosby took a pass from Jarome Iginla and put it in the back of the net, providing Canada and the hockey world with a moment no one will forget. With his golden moment, Crosby — who had already tasted success in 2009 with the Pittsburgh Penguins — further cemented his status as a superstar.On this day, 9 years ago: Sidney Crosby scores the Golden Goal pic.twitter.com/qNjCd4rqQm— Gino Hard (@Ginohard_) February 28, 2019last_img read more