Turnover has obvious impacts on your organization, like increased reliance on recruiting or lost productivity. The impact turnover has on a business owner has been covered a number of times. But, a less obvious inclusion in the cost of employee turnover might be the emotion implications employee turnover has on[...]
Employee Engagement, Employee Retention
The importance of employee engagement can’t be overstated. In short, employee engagement directly affects a company's bottom line.
Employee Engagement, employee loyalty
Loyal employees are engaged employees. Engaged employees create better business outcomes than disengaged employees. These are facts.
Employee Engagement, engagement, improve engagement
Most business owners know there are significant costs associated with ignoring employee engagement. Engagement directly correlates to productivity, and heading into the fourth quarter, extra effort may be the component you need to reach your year end-goals.
cost savings, Employee Engagement, loyalty
Employee loyalty is more important than ever. The current labor market is considered uncomfortably tight - a situation that creates an excess need for workers. This makes it difficult to hire for open positions and makes it increasingly expensive to lose valued employees.
uber, cleaning, Employee Engagement, Employee Retention, HR, hr trends, industry
Uber is a pioneer in recruitment and labor management. In a few short years, they’ve been able to recruit 450,000 drivers in the United States alone, most of whom likely never considered driving a taxi for a living. When you take a look at Uber’s highly tactical recruiting strategy, one element stands out — PAY.[...]
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employee attrition, Payroll, payroll costs, Employee Engagement, Employee Retention, payroll schedules
Payroll schedules need to toe the line between appeasing employees and doing what’s right for your company’s bottom line.
employee attrition, reducing call outs, top call out reasons, why do employees call out, Employee Engagement
Employers can expect their employees to call in sick from time to time. Sometimes the calls are legitimate, but other times they might be more of a stretch to believe. It turns out some excuses are better than others. It also seems that calling into work may be an industry-specific matter. Some companies are more[...]
employee attrition, how much does a call out cost, price of call out, reducing call outs, Employee Engagement
It is expected, by most employers, that their workers will miss a certain number of workdays each year. When employees begin to chalk up excessive absences, decreased productivity and morale - as well as an impact on a business's finances - become apparent.