We previously discussed how periodic reevaluation of benefits and incentives can help keep employees motivated, while attracting high quality new talent. Keeping just a few things in mind can facilitate a smooth evaluation and change for any rewards program.
Employee motivation is a hot topic these days. With companies providing more and more appealing benefits packages and perks, business owners are taking a longer look at what they can do to compete.
“Employee Recognition” was once a gesture of nicety and gratitude from an organization to its employees. It is now a necessity, a bargaining point for companies which enables them to lure the best brains aboard.
We began the conversation on strategies for creating an effective employee review process, including setting goals and ensuring employees are not ambushed with performance issues. To continue this discussion, let’s consider one of the employment aspects most often linked to employee reviews.
Performance reviews are important, invaluable tools for business owners to keep staff working smoothly and on track. The days of a point based rating system are long gone. The most effective performance review strategies are tailored to the business and focus on factors that are important to an individual business owner.
As the winter holidays draw to a close, seasonal vacations end and employees return to work with a less noticeable spring in their step. The beginning of a new year can be an exciting time for a business, but a bit difficult for staffers just back from time off.
In a perfect world, employees would return to work from winter holidays ready to start a new year. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case and staff may need a little extra help to reach their peak performance levels. We’ve already discussed some simple steps one can take to get employees back on the right track. […]