When a small business experiences the good fortune of an extended growth period, it’s critical to maintain a low employee turnover rate.
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There’s nothing worse spending time, money, and energy training employees to be the best, just to have them walk out on you a year or two later.
Whenever a business experiences consistently high employee turnover, strong leaders understand that the key to success is to always blame someone else.
Many of these problems can be dealt with beforehand. Mainly, they require you to keep your finger on the pulse of what’s going on in your company.
Many companies are so focused on innovation, sales or productivity that they forget about the people who make it happen.
Every business has employee turnover.
No matter how great a leader you are or how big a priority you place on company culture, employee perks and pay, people quit. That’s life. However …
There’s always something you can be doing to make your employee’s lives better while increasing the capability of your workplace, and there’s never a wrong time to start.
Here are five ways you can inject more drive, passion, and energy into your company.
I strongly believe in the power of working remotely — it gets employees away from the office and helps them balance their busy lives. But remote work comes with its own challenges.
Most entrepreneurs understand the value of trust building and how it correlates with their bottom line.