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.
It’s generally accepted that healthy employees cost employers less. So should you make it your mission to try to improve your employees’ health? There’s a lot of evidence that says…no.
Employee wellbeing sounds great for them – your employees. But if you decide to implement benefits that support it, what’s in it for you?
Flexible work hours allow employees to balance their time, freeing them up to focus on work while at work and other responsibilities outside the office.
Flexible schedules are becoming an increasingly popular – and important – offering. And it serves every demographic in your workforce.
In the age of the email, there are few feelings more sinking than the realization that you just hit “reply all”….when you absolutely, positively shouldn’t have. But such are the perils of the round-the-clock workday; the haze of late-night exhaustion that can prompt not just reply-alls, but rash reactions, ill-advised replies, and then attempts to either unsend or plead (“Disregard last message!” or “Please don’t read!”).
Employers are eager to figure out how to attract and retain Millennials. And for good reason – there are a lot of them. The myth is that they’re the only demographic we need to understand. In our zest to characterize Millennials, have we forgotten some other important people in our workforce?
Life isn’t something your employees can simply turn off once they get to the office. Bringing the “whole self” to work can benefit everyone involved.
In the interest of family harmony, Bright Horizons Radio on Pandora provides easy access to child-friendly music the whole family will love.
The dreaded helicopter label hovers over all parents as we try to help (and let’s face it…over help) our children, but never more than when our progeny become college applicants. That’s when we become, well…a little crazy.