Entrepreneur; CEO and Co-Founder, ClearCompany
Andre Lavoie is the CEO of
ClearCompany, the talent-management solution that helps companies identify, hire and retain more A players. You can connect with him and the ClearCompany team on Facebook LinkedIn and Twitter.
Investigate what individuals want to learn, and align them with special tasks that will support their interests.
Mentorship, compensation and transparency are some of the strategy items you'll need to stock in your pantry.
Companies, after all, don't choose managers by drawing names out of a hat. So, how do good employees become bad managers?
Health and Wellness
One global study found that employees get interrupted every 11 minutes -- and require another 23 minutes to get back into the flow.
Almost half of workers surveyed said they believed it a good thing to be seen as workaholics.
Young professionals are detached from their company's purpose, which can kill engagement and productivity. The main issue comes down to making work meaningful.
Everyone, plus the bottom line, benefits when companies show team members how their daily work contributes to the larger whole.
Restrictions and overreactions on the employer's part don't solve the problem.
Can job-seekers at your company get in touch with an actual person? If not, it's time for a change.
The point is, some companies are failing to communicate their values from the top down.
Job-seekers tend to share bad experiences with others. These 4 strategies will help your company avoid that fate.
Make More Happen
Some 60 percent of employees on a recent survey said there were not enough hours in the day to complete all these tasks they were assigned.
Want to hold on to your younger talent? Here's what you should do.
With insightful analytics, companies can establish a compensation strategy that works best for them.
Chances are, your executives think things are fine on the noise/distraction front, but employees don't agree.
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