President-elect Donald Trump always centered American jobs at his electoral speeches, but this time, it seemed that he had taken a turn on his focus. He now seeks more foreign workers for his companies instead of fellow Americans.
There is a need for you to flex the work hours of your employees when there are conflicts with their personal needs. Especially if that employee is crucial to your company’s success, you need to look at his situation and make the necessary modifications in his working schedule.
Due to the heightened competitiveness in the job market, incentives programs are no longer regarded as unnecessary expense. If you want to retain good employees, and even increase their productivity rates, you need to devise programs that will reward their efforts.
Employers are sometimes clueless as to the real reasons why their employees leave. The simple reason is that most resignation letters are so ethically and clinically worded that employers are lulled into believing what is stated and not what is really behind the written words.
Employee benefits are important for job satisfaction. A survey has revealed that it is not just the salary that is important, but what the company offers the employee in terms of non-monetary benefits.
The key to finding highly qualified job applicants in today’s business world is employer branding. Almost all big name companies are utilizing this method. American Express, IBM, Starbucks, Intel and other successful conglomerates are doing it.
Unlike some cities in America, New York will offer 6 weeks of parental paid leaves starting January 1 of next year. The lucky government employees will enjoy six weeks of fully paid time for maternity, paternity, adoption or foster-care reasons.
Britain will list a majority stake in the Royal Mail postal service on the stock market in the next nine months, promising free shares for workers fiercely opposed to the country's biggest privatization in around 20 years.