Do you have employees that are stressed for the holidays? Let them feel the season with their boss and co-employees. Make them work productive and still enjoy the holidays at the same time with these five easy steps.
Sometimes your most loyal employees are the ones performing poorly, what makes it worse is that they have absolutely no idea about it. As an employer, it is a must to know how to stop this from happening.
Over the years, more and more employers are implementing employee engagement programs to boost employee moral and productivity. With many employers believing that a happy employee is a productive employee, it is no wonder that employers try their hardest to provide the best working environment possible for their workforce.
There are so many things that are in flux nowadays especially in the business world. Employers who tend to be petrified by the changes going on in the workplace will someday find themselves set in stone just like the dinosaurs of old.
The country has undergone and overcome the 2008 recession and still many employers are finding it hard to find qualified people to take up their job vacancies. A research company which studied the root cause of the problem found out that lack of training opportunities might be one of the culprits.
In 2011, the results of an employee attachment index survey was released by Eileen Habelow, the Senior VP of Randstad, the world’s biggest HR and staffing company. The study showed there is a big gap in what employees and employers consider as job satisfaction.
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.
Statistics show that only about 48 percent of employees are satisfied with their jobs. This is almost half of the working population, a high percentage that has a significant impact on production and efficiency.
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.
You cannot have 100 percent perfect attendance in your company. That is too perfect and we don’t live in an ideal world, yet. There is bound to be one or a couple of employees that will have problems of absenteeism.