Focusing on employee retention is important, however overlooking a troublesome or poor-performing employee deteriorates morale and ultimately impacts your company’s culture. Terminating an employee is rarely easy, but showing over-compassion and slow playing the inevitable sends the wrong message to your employees.
This is a great short read for business leaders looking for ideas to strengthen their company culture. Our business growth experts believe #6 and #10 carry the most merit, but we would welcome your thoughts and feedback. Remember, as business leaders it’s our role to ‘Affirm the Way’ while empowering those on our team.
One of the biggest challenges for companies today is finding and retaining high performing employees. Part of the challenge is the temptation to choose who we hire solely on “gut instinct” or on some arbitrary skills text. Imagine the difference if you put science to work in the process, objectively matching the needs of the actual job to the traits and soft skills of candidates. Read more about how science can improve your recruitment activities in Susanne Dalton Dupes’ Imagine an eHarmony® for finding employees.