A fundamental axiom of management is that employee engagement is directly related to organizational success â€“ with a corollary that the more management listens to employees and respects and embraces their input, the better employee engagement is. Certainly, there are many examples of an organization with good engagement that failed…. Read More →
Do your employees say this?
In business many famous CEOs have discounted research and data and made some very tough calls based largely (if not solely) on their gut instinct – sometimes leading to riches and other times to catastrophic losses. Take Steve Jobs, viagra for example. He was famous for making critical decisions at… Read More →
I’m not sure where exactly to begin this post; I’ve talked about self-awareness as a concept on this blog a few times before and generally I believe it’s a super-important, patient kinda-defines-life element that almost no one even remotely has a clue about. (Again, there it goes back to this… Read More →
Positive employee engagement is crucial for retaining your most valuable employees. As many business and HR experts tell us, there is a strong link between companies with high engagement scores and those reporting higher revenue figures. There are a number of ways in which employee engagement can be measured. One… Read More →
“….Official numbers are beginning to emerge that confirm what restaurant operators already knew: Turnover rates have been pushing higher.” – Nation’s Restaurant News “….Bruce Grindy, chief economist for the National Restaurant Association, said rising quit rates indicate workers are increasingly confident in the labor market and are willing to move… Read More →