“I’ve received a job offer from our biggest competitor,” your trusted IT Manager tells you. “It’s higher a more flexible schedule.” You hesitate. “I’d really rather stay here though,” they add, “if you can match their offer.” Can you?
Mentoring programs are inexpensive and easy to implement and benefit everyone – older executives, their younger successors, and the organizational bottom line!
What Boomers really want – a transition from highly structured work lives into the new “retirement” of working on their own terms.
Look at your company’s senior leadership team. How old are they? They’re all likely in their 50s and early 60s, so many organizations are posed to experience the loss of their entire leadership teams in the next few years!
Despite the high level of productivity, loyalty, and possibility, these people are running for the hills all because they have either been placed in the wrong role, or have been placed under the wrong person. This is a costly error.
There’s a debate raging over whether corporate citizenship helps make your employees more loyal and productive. Is your company socially responsible?
The way you treat terminated staff can have a substantial impact on morale and productivity at work. If You Have To Let People Go, Do So With Dignity.
Learn about retention programs aimed at IT workers.
82% of employees reported their employer is doing nothing to keep them and 88% of workers value corporate wellness programs, even though only 20% of them have access to such services.
Follow this framework to build and sustain relationships with talented potential candidates and employees.
“Loyalist” employees take pride in their company and work. Learn to recognize and cultivate a loyalist workforce.
How do you keep good employees from leaving? More often than not, it comes down to them having a good relationship with their boss.