It’s always nice when you figure out little life hacks to make your things easier. When you do figure them out, it’s as if a light has been turned on and choirs of heavenly voices sing, isn’t it? So, when it comes to your small business, we’ve rounded up eleven life hacks to increase employee retention. >>Read more.
Whether your business is just getting off the ground or you are a well-established small and growing company, managing employee performance is a key ingredient to a productive and happy workforce. >> Read more.
For businesses to thrive in today’s economy, finding and retaining the best employees is important. This is especially true for small businesses and nonprofits competing with larger businesses, and larger budgets, for top talent. >>Read more
One way small or growing businesses can gain a competitive edge is to focus on employee retention. Frequent voluntary turnover has a negative impact on employee morale, productivity, and company revenue. Recruiting and training a new employee requires staff time and money. >>Read more
As our workforce becomes increasingly mobile, a well-thought out employee retention strategy becomes just as important as recruitment (if not more). This is especially true for small businesses who are competing with larger businesses for top talent. >>Read more.
With so many suggestions out there for employers to retain their employees, bonuses are a common practice among them. But, do retention bonuses work and how can this be determined? If they do work, when are they most effectively used? >>Read more.
Having a great company culture isn't just reserved for big companies. Small businesses and start-ups who take the time to build an intentional company culture will see the benefits to hiring, employee retention, and sales. Here are five benefits to small businesses for developing a great company culture. >>Read more.
Want to know how to have the best company culture? Make communication your focus. >>Read more.