Tag Archive for: retention

3 Tips to Create Effective SMART Goals

Oftentimes when something is not accomplished or a goal is not achieved, it’s because we weren’t clear on what the path looked like specifically to get to the end. SMART goals help you focus on the act of setting goals and prompt discussion with others.

Four Tips to Minimize Workplace Negativity

When there’s any form of negativity, a company can lose their employees’ trust.
What will you do today to create a more positive work environment?

An Employee Retention Must Do: Why Gratitude Is Work Appropriate

Do you truly show your employees that you appreciate who they are not just what they do), making every worker feel valued and care for as people first? Before you turn your focus to your Thanksgiving plans, pause and communicate gratitude to all the individuals at your workplace who serve, support and guide you to innovate, and motivate you to bring your best self every day… You do not need a turkey to say thanks!

Why We Love Women (And You Should, Too!)

Women make a HUGE positive difference for businesses. Not only are they exceptionally engaged managers, they balance work and life extremely well but they also excel at providing positive feedback. All have a tremendously positive impact on businesses including increasing productivity, engagement, retention, communication, creativity and profit.

Retaining Talent In A Challenging Economy

In this highly competitive market for capable employees, employers need to consider fresh ways to motivate and retain their best performers. Truly accomplished staff is hard to find and even harder to keep. Provide enough perks, promote enough benefits, and soon employees will see these incentives as essentials. They become so core to the work experience that the employee can’t imagine leaving them behind for a new employer.

4 Ways to Make Your Company More Millennial Friendly

Millennial retention rates are incredibly tiny. Companies are left scratching their heads wondering why their millennial workforce always seems to jump ship. Just 13% of millennials in one study agreed that someone should stay in a company for at least five years before leaving. We are going to show you four of the best ways to make your company millennial-friendly.

Top 21 Proven Ways to Engage Employees

Many employees in today’s job market quickly feel uninspired by their work, get bored after 2 years and start job hunting for something new. So we decided to speak with some of the best HR professionals and business leaders around the country to find the strategies they recommend to keep employees engaged.There are also some tips below that have been really successful at our company. Here are the top 21 employee engagement ideas that you should apply at your office.

Beyond Positive Feedback

Formal positive feedback management can make a difference in addressing these realities. Done right it links objectives and outcomes with high retention engagement.