Motivation and Retention
Companies have found success, both with employees and customers, by sharing information.
Many startups offer free meals and ping-pong but employees most value open communication.
World Travel Holdings, Aetna, Intuit, Kaplan and Fitwall share their secrets.
A performance bonus here or a catered lunch there are sure to be welcome with open arms, but they aren't what employees value most in the workplace.
Creating a positive environment will help your company retain talent and keep employees happy.
To enrich the work experience and instill motivation in your employees, implement these practices into your organization.
Workers who feel neglected and poorly treated are not likle to treat customers any better.
You risk losing the zeal that launched the company if the merry band who rolled the dice with you feels they don't have a role any more.
Sure, a small present and a holiday card are great, but these three things will be appreciated and reciprocated with enthusiasm for another year of success.
While it may be disruptive at first, big businesses can benefit from a leader who had previously started their own companies.
There are two criteria you must consider before seeking a highly skilled worker.
An end-of-year celebration can boost employees spirits and raise their morale for next year.
Encouraging employee wellness turns out to be one of the best productivity investments companies can make.