With employee values changing about the world of work, it’s getting harder to attract the best employees and encourage them to stay in their current role. Here are a few tips for you to consider.
A robust recruitment process
Your first impressions count too!
The best talent are looking to work for the best employers. Be prepared, professional and considerate of your candidates. Remember, you were in their shoes once too.
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Take the time to listen
Don't be afraid of feedback
Whether it is one on one, a feedback survey or an anonymous 'suggestion box,' listening to employees can make your organization a great place to work.
Find out what employees want from their employer
A rewarding career
We all want to improve and better ourselves
Offering training, recognition programs and a clear career ladder for each role within your company can help keep your employees feel valued.
Create an inclusive environment
Consider that individuals have individual needs to do their job
Do you need adjustable furniture for employees with less mobility?
Could you offer extra support for people with learning difficulties?
Does your company culture appeal to people of different faiths?
All work and no play can not only be off-putting but draining and counterproductive.
Time away from the desk, such as team away days can help avoid stressed employees. It can also allow 'thinking outside the box' to generate new ideas.
Let's hear your ideas on how to make your organization a great place to work!
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