Tag: Employee Engagement and Retention
Your application has been submitted. Interviews are finished. Now you wait.
If you are lucky, you will receive a job offer. But, after receiving and accepting that offer from your soon-to-be new employer, have you ever asked the question: “Why was I hired?”
In my almost 20 years of working
We all spend a lot of hours at work. Just like your real family, your work family may start to get on your last nerve.
Here are some examples of annoying habits or actions that I frequently get complaints about:
- Being loud and disruptive in a cubicle environment - tapping,
I’ve worked with both excellent and horrible managers throughout my career. Being the site HR Representative for many years has given me the advantage of understanding what employees are looking for in a manager, and it really isn’t that difficult to be a well-respected, desired manager. Here are
Years ago, people would accept a job and stay there throughout their whole careers…20, 30, even 40 years. Those days are long gone. I personally think it’s a win if a company can keep an employee for two years or so.
People leave jobs for all kinds of