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Tag Archives: employee turnover
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
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
There is a direct correlation between bad management and high employee turnover. Have you ever experienced a situation similar to this? The president of the company was frustrated as he watched the sales slide lower during the past four quarters. … Continue reading
WHAT WOMEN WANT IN THE WORKPLACE Many businesses fail to understand the diversity in the demographics that comprise their workforce. What attracts, retains and creates job satisfaction for each demographic group is different. What motivates male hourly employees varies significantly … Continue reading
Controlling Employee Turnover and Addressing Disengagement with a Complete System “…retention of top talent is impacted most by the ability to provide meaningful work and a culture where people are passionate about what they do …” –Matthew W. Schuyler, Hilton’s … Continue reading
“Work is either fun or drudgery. It depends on your attitude. I like fun.” —Colleen C. Barrett President Emerita of Southwest Airlines. Can you put in eight to 10 hours at work every day and still have fun? Many experts … Continue reading