Keep Company Culture Intact as you Grow

Sep 23, 2019 1:00:00 PM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in rentention, employee alignment, Goals

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Great news, your company is growing! Growth is a positive things but it can be daunting for leadership. How can you make sure that the culture you’ve worked hard to build won’t get lost in the shuffle? Here are some tips to keep all your employees satisfied during times of change!

 

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Aligning Leadership with Remote Workers

Jul 29, 2019 7:45:00 AM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in rentention, employee alignment, remote workers

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The flexibility and freedom that remote work provides might actually be what employers fear the most. Remote work poses many questions and concerns for leadership. If an employee is left to their own devices, will their work get done? If they aren’t in the office every day, will they feel like a part of the team? Will they understand the culture of the company or its vision? Will they build loyalty to the company or will they leave after a few months? 

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5 Reasons Leaders Should Keep Their Ear to the Ground

Jul 1, 2019 5:19:14 PM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in Employee Retention, improved communication, rentention

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Sir Winston Churchill once said, “The nation will find it very hard to look up to the leaders who are keeping their ears to the ground.” The approach of ignoring the popular opinion of the masses during war may work for a prime minister, but it won’t work in business. Running a company isn’t like fighting a war. In war, you can’t pack up your desk and leave if you are unsatisfied, overworked, and under-appreciated. However, losing employees at a high rate is a boss’s worst nightmare. Ruling with an iron fist and no regard for what your employees need won’t give them any reason to trust you or to respect you. In fact, one study shows the number 2 complaint from employees about their boss is that they don’t listen (number 1 was micromanaging if you’re curious). There is great value in actively listening, here are some reasons why:


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3 Common Communication Mistakes that Risk Employee Engagement

Jun 24, 2019 6:10:00 AM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in Employee Engagement, improved communication, rentention, employee alignment

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Leadership effectively communicating with employees is not a simple feat. Things get lost in translation as they move down the ladder and what you meant to say may not be delivered in that way. Here are some common communication mistakes that leaders make that risk employee engagement and retention, and the simple solutions to these problems.

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Unhappy Employees are Expensive

Jun 3, 2019 9:26:00 AM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in Reducing Employee Turnover, improved communication, rentention, employee alignment

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Lost productivity including absenteeism, illness, and other problems that result when employees are unhappy at work is costing the American economy $350 billion dollars a year, according to the Gallup Organization.

 

As work culture evolves and companies do more to keep their employees happy, employees in turn expect more from leadership and will not hesitate to leave if certain expectations are not being met. So save yourself the high cost of turnover and try to spot out any warning signs of an unhappy employee and nip them in the bud.

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The Pros of Remote Work

May 20, 2019 9:01:00 AM / by Tanya Alvarado posted in Employee Engagement, Employee Retention, millennials, rentention, remote workers

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The 9-5 workday is old-fashioned. People, especially millennials in the workforce, simply expect more from their employer. They want flexibility and freedom, the feeling of not being tied down, and an escape from the traditional. So what’s so great about working remotely?

 

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Top 4 Employee Retention Strategies

Apr 14, 2017 5:41:58 PM / by Involvesoft Marketing posted in Employee Engagement, Employee Retention, alignment, rentention

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Training, company culture, employee retention, employee recognition; these are just some of the many terms that swarm around the concept of employee alignment. Many sources out there will try to sell you information and tell you that employee alignment and engagement is a mysterious space that requires a lot of knowledge and attention. A significant portion of the information out there is complete garbage and that you can improve your employee retention strategies with little to no investment(s). The best part is, you can start implementing these tips today.

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