How To Properly Reduce The Cost Of Employee Turnover
You know how they always say the way to find a smart person is to see what their IQ score is? Well, I’m here to disagree with that statement. In fact, I believe that a person’s EQ (emotional quotient) is far more important, especially when it comes to a workplace environment. Understand that in order to effectively bring the cost of employee turnover down, you must hire individuals with a high EQ. This will allow for a workplace where everyone genuinely cares for not only one another, but also for the company they represent. Think about it. If you were not as like-minded as your co-workers wouldn’t it make you feel like you have no connection with your peers? If you have no connection with your peers how do you expect to create a connection with a company? You see, it all ties to one another. Articles elsewhere will tell you that you need to hire the smart ones that know how to do their job right. Or that you should pay your employees more so they’ll stay. Let me break down exactly what you need in four simple words, team building through engagement.