The term ‘Company Culture’ gets thrown around a lot; in interviews, company meetings, conversations with managers or peers, and for many job seekers. If you Google the term, many definitions or examples come up. But what really is company culture to employees and employers? And more importantly, how do you plant the right seed of […]
Companies and managers are constantly trying to improve employee engagement, but how do they measure the effectiveness of their activities? Some measure individual or team performance metrics. Some conduct anonymous surveys. In my opinion, both of these methods are very impersonal and don’t get to the root of engagement on deeper level. Enter, Feedback Tours.
A recent survey conducted by CareerBuilder found that more than one-fifth, or 21% of employees plan to leave their current employers over the course of 2016. Besides salary, the top reasons for employees to consider a job move according to the survey results were Job Stability, Benefits, Location, Good Boss, and Good Work Culture. One-fifth of […]
It is human nature that once a person gets used to something, they accept it as the status quo. The same goes for company culture and the benefits that companies provide their staff. Employees who start to (for lack of a better term) lack appreciation for their company’s culture are more likely to seek new […]
While interviewing two staffing executives for our latest e-book (click to download), “What You Don’t Know About the War on Talent,” a secondary question came up when discussing their employee retention plans. I asked them, “How do you retain a great employee when a discrepancy in pay exists with other industries?” For example, how would […]