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Greg Smith’s television interview about five things businesses need to do to improve employee retention and job satisfaction. Filmed at the SHRM National conference in San Diego. http://ow.ly/27Jf7 Greg Smith | Lead Navigator | 770-860-9464 | … Continue reading
Creating a Great Place to Work As the economy rebounds businesses are focusing on making their organizations better places to work. They are realizing if employees and managers are unhappy, they are going to leave. Pay and benefits are important, … Continue reading
It is believed that the workplace suggestion box started with the Japanese in 1721 when the eighth shogun, Yoshimuni Tokugawa…posted the following note: “Make your idea known…. Rewards are given for ideas that are accepted.” Here it is, 280 years after the … 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
Do you trust HR? A survey of 623 international respondents found the same percentage of executives and managers, 49 percent, trust their company’s HR department. http://ow.ly/3Kwgk
How to Retain Your Top Talent Strategies to Retain and Engage High Potentials Research shows as the economy rebounds, organizations will see their most promising talent abandon ship in high numbers. In a recent article that appeared in Harvard Business … Continue reading