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Category Archives: Employee Retention
via Forbes Only 19% of workers said they were “satisfied” with their jobs. Right Management, a subsidiary of the giant staffing firm ManpowerGroup, just released a new snapshot survey that underlines the dissatisfaction among American workers. At a time of … Continue reading
Have you ever had a bad hair day? How about a bad Hawaiian shirt day, bad hat or bad shoe day? More and more companies are putting together contests on the ugliest dressed. Another company sponsors an annual “turkey bowl” … Continue reading
Employers face the complex tasks on finding ways to improve job engagement, work performance and job satisfaction. A global economy of discriminating employees has placed demands on employers never before seen. Employers face the challenges of maintaining productivity, job performance … Continue reading
Mark Twain once said, “I can live for two months on a good compliment.” Employee recognition is a powerful tool in building morale, motivation and job satisfaction. A pat on the back or a personal note from a peer or … Continue reading
The Law of Supply and Demand is alive and well in China today. China’s supposed never-ending supply of cheap factory workers is drying up. Retention is becoming a serious problem for companies in China. Wages and benefits are increasing. Employers … Continue reading
Employee turnover is starting to increase. Employers need to take steps and prevent losing their loyal and skilled workers now. George is an account manager. He has been working for the same employer for the past four years. In the … Continue reading
I hope you can join me on my upcoming webseminar on February 23! People who are not engaged or motivated by their jobs create a major concern for their employers. Research shows as the economy rebounds, organizations will see their … Continue reading