Here’s an interesting article for the week written by Heather Huhman with Business Insider: “Working Long Hours Can Kill You”. The article focuses on tips on how employers can support employees who are being asked to do more with less.
As a small business owner or manager, you know how much you feel the strain of workplace stress. Your employees are just as vulnerable. More than 75% of Americans report they experience anxiety over job-related issues, according to the Everest College/Harris Interactive 2011 Work Stress Survey.
Dianne Durkin is the founder of the website The Loyalty Factor and the author of several books including her latest “The Loyalty Factor”. Dianne will share her insights on employee management:
Work hours, pay issues, questions, oh my! As a small business owner or manager, the requirements governing meal break laws and other compensation issues can seem trickier than traveling the Yellow Brick Road. My FAQ guide to work hours and pay issues…
There are many things that managers can do to retain their employees. If you read one of my earlier posts on low cost/ no cost ways to retain employees, you know that you don’t need a large budget to show your employees that you appreciate them by offering a variety of employee perks.
Small business owners generally don’t have big bucks to retain employees with pricey perks. But never fear—you can reward employees without sacrificing your sanity or your profit. Check out these creative ways to reward employees effectively and affordably:
Are employee retention and employee loyalty non-existent within your company? Do you need tips on how to build employee loyalty? The podcast The Loyalty Factor , “People Management Tips — Employee Loyalty and Retention” featuring Dianne Durkin will help you to recognize why employee engagement and employee loyalty is critical for your business. You’ll get […]
Has this happened to you: you hire a great employee, invest time, energy and company resources into training, only to learn that your employee has found another opportunity after less than one year? Are there ways that you can be proactive and reduce staff turnover?
As a business owner, you’re concerned about the rising cost of health care. For HR managers and other decision makers, the impact that employee health and wellness makes on the bottom line becomes more significant every year.
Whether you’re a manager interested in boosting productivity or a new parent who wants to find a way to work while spending time at home, telecommuting has become very popular in the workplace. But for employees and employers alike, telecommuting can be challenging;…