When it comes to attracting talent, a great offer and regular seat on the Fortune 500 list doesn’t always secure an organization’s winning bid. Companies like Twitter, Paypal, and even Google are shedding talent at alarmingly high rates. If you’re looking to make it down the altar with the talent of your choice, here are a few pitfalls to beware.
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Often times, companies quite literally “throw money at the problem” in an attempt to keep their best workers happy. While handsome compensation for a job well done is deserved, most of the time, you can’t buy (employee) love, to put it lyrically. Especially in a millennial workforce. Millennials (who are between 22 and 36 years old in 2017) now make
“They say kids grow up fast, spend as much time with them as you can. But it’s not about having more time…”
This morning as I was putting my daughter down for a nap I decided to treat myself. She fell asleep as I was rocking her, something she rarely does anymore even though she is only six months old. When this perfect tiny being fell asleep in my arms I chose to hold her. I could have put her down in
No matter your position or your industry, stress is something we are all intimately familiar with. From a to-do list that is somehow longer rather than shorter by the end of the day, to an email inbox that we can never completely clean out, today’s work environment is overwhelming employees and their superiors across the country. It is no longer
Companies have implemented all kinds of wellness programs — from healthier vending machine options to group fitness classes — for years, all with varying levels of success. What is the dividing line between a wellness program taking off or never leaving the ground? It all boils down to this question: Is your wellness program for employees or is it
Employee engagement programs can sound overwhelming both in size and budget, but they don’t have to be. The simple fact is a successful engagement program is a program your employees respond to. A budget, while helpful depending on what you’d like to do, isn’t necessary. There is a trade-off, though. What costs less in dollars will cost more in time.