The main goals for corporate management must include increasing employee engagement and creating total rewards packages that employees value. By connecting with employees as valued human beings, company profitability increases.
Transcript of Podcast # 26: How To Reward Employees Thanks for tuning in to Easy Small Business HR’s Employee Hiring and Managing Tips. Similar to episode #24, this podcast focuses on another very popular blog topic: how to reward staff. I’m thrilled that so many small business owners and supervisors recognize how important it is to […]
It’s estimated that employee turnover costs the average business owner 150 percent of the person’s salary. Between the hiring process and training, you put a lot of time and energy into finding the right people for your team. But, losing a talented and productive employee is a cost you can avoid.
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 […]
The new year will bring more expert interviews with professionals in their field such as Michael Davey, an employment lawyer with the firm Eckell Sparks, and Dianne Durkin, owner of the Loyalty Factor and author of a series of employee loyalty and employee management books. Other podcast episodes will range from advice on handling difficult […]
Transcript of ESBHR Podcast 16: Retaining a Diverse Workforce, Part II Listen to the audio. In today’s article, I’ll share ideas on how to keep the diverse employees that you have. You’ll learn as I go over this information with you that many of these tips can easily be applied to all types of employees; and […]
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?
Imagine what happens when you ask an employee about their grand kids or their upcoming fishing trip or their daughter’s recent wedding. How do they look? It’s likely their face relaxes, a smile appears, and their eyes gleam. What you’re seeing is joy.
You’ve seen it happen many times. An organization that provides top wages and benefits loses a great employee to a competitor for no apparent reason. Of course, some employee turnover is to be expected, but if your company is truly engaging your employees,…