The key to unlocking your employees’ full potential is in understanding what they need and want from an office culture and providing it. These companies have done some serious digging to find out their employee’s values and make those values benefits offered by their companies. Here are some of the most unique employee benefits and why they work for the employees they are provided to. Read More
According to a recent survey by Robert Half, 77 percent of small and midsize business owners find it challenging to compete against larger firms for millennial workers. Millennials aside, this is a trend that is applicable to every generation of the workforce, and can negatively impact small businesses. Read More
You can’t afford not to create vibrant, healthy work environments. Serious health problems seriously cost companies. Read More
It’s no secret that workplace wellness is an increasingly popular topic of conversation, and many companies are beginning to understand the importance of wellness and adopt programs into their company culture. Read More
Employee benefits are becoming increasingly more important as employees are placing a higher value on the benefits and wellness their company provides. To be specific:
- 80 of employees want benefits or perks more than they want a pay raise.
- 57 percent of people report benefits and perks being among their top considerations before considering a job.
- Happier employees are more engaged and more productive.
The way benefits are viewed is changing as employees are no longer satisfied with a “one-size fits all” approach. Instead, they expect an approach to benefits that meets their unique needs. Providing employees with the benefits they need is necessary to enhance your company culture and increase your bottom line. Here are the 2017 benefit trends to know (and consider implementing). Read More
At a time where turnover and “job hopping” is on the rise, CEOs need to think differently about their approach to retaining top talent. With turnover costing businesses 20 percent of a lost employee’s salary, leadership can’t afford not to create vibrant, healthy work environments that keep employees engaged and thriving. Wondering where to start? Here’s 5 retention strategies successful company leaders swear by. Read More
To be successful, CEOs need to realize that their greatest asset is their employees, and that their employees are biological human beings. If you want to maximize the creativity of your people, you have to first meet the basic needs of their biological make-up. Read More
Smart companies know that employee creativity is the source of their greatest accomplishments. However, in order to see the results of this creativity, it must be encouraged and fostered in the workplace. Read More
CEOs today need to think differently about benefits than they have in the past. Why? Because the way a CEO handles benefits and overall employee well-being has a direct impact on a company’s bottom line and how well its business can run. Read More