During times of economic slowdown, which includes the summer months, what you can do to keep your employee morale high and performance at its peak?
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In order to create a team of self-motivated employees, enforce this one smart rule.
There is a new breed of worker who takes pride in achieving goals with minimum direction. They still need to be part of the team, though.
Transparency matters for a company's culture, because it builds trust and stronger relationships among employees, management and the company itself.
The fast-food giant has been the subject of increasing scrutiny around the globe.
Motivation and Retention
How do you keep your team members engaged and on task when they're daydreaming about those trips they're planning?
The article described Amazon as a brutal workplace where unrelenting criticism, crying in cubicles and sleepless nights are the norm.
Award programs that grow from the company culture encourage employees to work hard and feel good about it.
The Gravity Payments CEO has gone from working class hero to a case study in why no good deed goes unpunished.
Open up your board meetings. Collaborate more. And see the good things that will result.
Different people have different ideas about what might make them happy, but one thing is for sure: money only works to certain point.
Control What You Can
Looking to boost employee retention and happiness at your business? Follow in the footsteps of these 10 companies.
If you want people at your company to grow and be happy, be more direct and helpful.
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