In honor of Valentine’s Day, we asked what wins employees’ hearts. The answer? Say it with values statements.
In today’s competitive job market, getting employees to stick around is getting increasingly difficult. We’ve got 10 New Year’s resolutions you can follow to help drive your talent acquisition and retention strategies in 2017.
‘Tis the season of distracted employees. Have you thought about cutting some holiday slack? Read how to turn holiday distractions into an office atmosphere that makes employees feel good about their place of employment and leverages that good will for year-round productivity.
Research says employees who take time off work and think better. Yet American workforces refuse to take a break. Get the facts about employee vacation and what role your managers play in ensuring your people avoid employee burnout.
If you’re on the hunt for exceptional employees these days (and who isn’t?) one fact is abundantly clear – it’s tough out there for employers.
Hospitals looking to achieve magnet status need to guide employees through BSN degree programs. But succeeding will take more than educational assistance; it will take a carefully designed strategy that assists with both the financial and physical obstacles of learning and earning.
Satisfying work is known to have a substantial impact on how well people do their jobs. But those same satisfying jobs can have converse effects on the work/life equation. At Biogen, that’s mean creating an evolving benefits strategy that’s gone from “need to play” to “need to win.”
Great workplaces are defined by principles like having a value-based structure representing how the organization is run. It’s about having really supportive cultures that allow people to contribute by remembering they exist outside the office, and that are well-branded so people know what to expect when they work there.
The most well-designed benefits in the world are doomed to fall flat if the infrastructure isn’t built in to let employees use them. These seven words are the super fuel that drives engagement, commitment, loyalty, productivity. The catch is — it has to be consistent, and you have to mean it.
Combing through stock prices of Best Companies over the last 28 years, a London researcher found that, firms with high employee satisfaction outperform their peers by 2.3% to 3.8% per year in long-run stock returns – 89% to 184% cumulative. That should get employers thinking seriously about exactly what they can do to increase employees’ job satisfaction.