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Attracting and retaining talent

Attracting and Retaining the Right Talent for Your Organization

When you’re intentional about culture, your workforce will be committed to your organization, passionate about their work, and bring in new talent that’s the right fit. Find out how.

Employee engagement is the outcome of a healthy culture.

External rewards like pay and perks might earn you some short-term benefits. But sustainable engagement really comes from intrinsic motivation.

When it’s time to act on survey results, involve those who provided the feedback in the first place: your employees.

They’ll be glad for the opportunity to improve the organization. You’ll see
better results — and more engaged employees. Read on to learn ways you can listen, connect, engage, and grow.

Tips for Employee Retention

12 Tips to Boost Employee Retention

How do organizations boost employee retention to keep their talent? Just listen to folks who know. We gathered tips from several Top Workplaces companies that rated among the highest for employee retention.

Administering an employee survey is the easy part. Knowing what to do next is where it gets tricky.

When it comes to survey insights, the faster you act, the better. Sometimes that’s easier said than done, especially when you’re not sure what steps to take.

Improve meeting quality

How to Improve the Quality of Work Meetings

Meetings are where important decisions are made. They’re also essential to getting people on the same page. But all too often, meetings are poorly run, unproductive, and frustrating for your employees. Here are our suggestions for improving the quality of your meetings.

The first step toward an intentional culture is to know where you stand.

Encouraging new ideas throughout your organization will strengthen your workplace culture, build trust, and help employees reach their full potential.

The people closest to the problem (and your customer) are also closest to the best solution.

Encouraging new ideas throughout your organization will strengthen your workplace culture, build trust, and help employees reach their full potential.

Interdepartmental Cooperation

Is Interdepartmental Cooperation Working for Your Organization?

When everyone works toward a common goal, each department become more effective. But when there’s trouble between groups, executing on strategy becomes impossible.

When it comes to culture change, go slow early to go fast later.

While it may seem to delay things at the start, it’s smart to have a common understanding before you begin any culture change. You’ll save time in the long run and achieve better results in the end.

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