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Tag Archives: employee job satisfaction
Hello everyone– The economy is warming up and there are lots of workers thinking about quitting their current job and going somewhere else. Are your managers and supervisors taking care of their people? Are they keeping them motivated and engaged … 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
Successful organizations realize employee engagement and talent management is critical in sustaining their leadership and growth in the marketplace. Attracting, engaging and retaining top talented employees in today’s business environment should be the highest priority. One of the biggest problems … Continue reading
Greg Smith speaks about how a bus driver transformed his experience on a bus ride to the Atlanta airport. Greg Smith is a keynote speaker and author. One great employee is better than 100 average employees. One person can change … Continue reading
Successful organizations realize talent management and employee engagement is critical in sustaining their leadership and growth in the marketplace. Attracting and retaining top talented employees in today’s labor market should be the highest priority. 60% of surveyed talent leaders are … Continue reading
Imagine–you have been working late to finish an important project when one of your best employees walks into your office and tells you she has been offered a better job. This is the same person you handpicked, trained and recently … Continue reading
Job satisfaction has dropped in a recent survey. Businesses who don’t improve job satisfaction are at risk of lowering their productivity and at risk of losing their good employees. A new survey conducted by the Conference Board showed only 45 percent of Americans are satisfied with their work. This is the lowest level ever recorded by the Conference Board in more than 22 years of research.