Employee retention is a critical factor that can make or break any company. Losing top talent not only affects productivity but also has a negative impact on the bottom line. Successful companies understand that the key to growth and profitability lies in keeping their best and brightest employees. So, what are companies doing to retain employees?
Are you struggling to attract and retain top talent? Your employee value proposition (EVP) is what sets you apart from other employers. Learn how to develop a compelling EVP that attracts and retains top talent.
Terminating an employee is never an easy task, but sometimes it’s necessary for the success of a business. If you’re struggling with how to approach this difficult conversation, there are some tips and strategies that can help you navigate the process with professionalism and compassion.
Do you remember the iconic job interview scene from the movie “3 Idiots”. When asked to explain his consistent low marks in the engineering exams, Raju replies – “Fear is not good for marks”. Fear is not good for performance at work too. Why? Read on!
The decision to lay off employees is never an easy one. There are a few things you can do to make the process of layoffs as smooth as possible. In this guide, we will cover the steps you need to take in order to manage layoffs in your small business.
Elon Musk is one of a kind to say the least. A genius, visionary, risk taker who wants to change the world. By all standards, he aims for what almost everyone would say is unachievable. Elon Musk is an adjective as much as a person. It’s not easy being Elon Musk. Should you be following the leadership style of Elon Musk.
You may have definitely heard about the 80/20 rule – the Pareto principle. A quick recap: the 80/20 rule states that roughly 80% of outcomes come from 20% of causes. And surprisingly, this holds true in all walks of life and work. Read on to know how you can use this for team management.
It’s not easy showing up at work everyday. Showing up inspired. Showing up motivated. Work demands an instant transformation, like the click of a button. But, people are not apps. Get to know your people!
The art of people management is the ability to get the best out of people by understanding their individual needs and motivations. It is an essential skill for any leader or manager who wants to achieve success in their field. It is not an easy task, but it can be mastered with the right approach. How? Read on!
Don’t engage and retain the job role. Engage and retain the person. How? Mix work with employee hobbies and passion. Help Jack, the accountant rediscover Jack, the drummer.