Tag Archives: Employees

Why Aren’t Employers Giving PR Employees the Benefits They Want?

Arik Hanson — March 11, 2020 By now, the “war for talent” has been well-documented. We’re facing a shortage of talent. Employees hold all the cards. Employers need to adapt in terms of what employees really want in the new economy. Except, here’s the problem: They’re not doing that. Not even close. According to Ragan’s … Continue reading Why Aren’t Employers Giving PR Employees the Benefits They Want?

Appreciate Employees How They Want to Be Appreciated [Survey Data]

Kellie Wong — March 11, 2020 Perks at work are great – it’s hard to argue against a free pizza party, a happy hour celebration, or in-office giveaways. But, you shouldn’t assume that these types of perks are motivating employees to do their best work (and what keeps them loyal to your company). Real motivation … Continue reading Appreciate Employees How They Want to Be Appreciated [Survey Data]

Work-Life Balance: How to Have It All & Retain High Quality Employees

Morgan Jones — February 28, 2020 What Factors Are Important for Employee Retention and satisfaction? Work-life balance has become essential. Millennials are the largest group in the workplace, and besides salary this is the most important factor for them when considering a job. Millennials may be driving the charge to integrate these two traditionally separate … Continue reading Work-Life Balance: How to Have It All & Retain High Quality Employees

6 Golden Rules for Managing Remote Employees

Brennan McEachran — February 7, 2020 Remote work isn’t going anywhere, in fact it’s growing. According to Upwork’s Future Workforce report, in the next decade 73% of all teams will have remote workers. The road to entirely remote companies has been paved by companies like Buffer, Hotjar, InVision and Gitlab. With partially or fully distributed … Continue reading 6 Golden Rules for Managing Remote Employees

Working Remotely with Gen Z: Strategies Business Leaders Can Use to Manage and Mentor the Youngest Generation of Employees

Laura Spawn — February 6, 2020 Sometime between the advent of the hoverboard and the release of the iPhone 11, the first wave of true digital natives—better known as members of Generation Z (or “Gen Z” for short)—took their first steps into a workforce now trying to navigate the differences between five generations of workers. … Continue reading Working Remotely with Gen Z: Strategies Business Leaders Can Use to Manage and Mentor the Youngest Generation of Employees

What Really Motivates Employees? Research Reveals Secrets.

Albert Costill — February 5, 2020 Unlike your parents or grandparents, you’re not motivated by a raise or promotion. Today, what really motivates employees involves a wide-range of well thought out drivers like feeling appreciated, doing meaningful work, and having a healthy work-life balance. But, out of all of these ways to motivate employees, what … Continue reading What Really Motivates Employees? Research Reveals Secrets.

Why Your Company’s Employees Should Become Advocates on Social Media

Todd Kunsman — February 3, 2020 If you are a company executive or manager working to expand your customer base and improve your reputation and image, employees are among your most valuable allies. Indeed, the ways that your employees interact with customers and prospective customers within your industry play a huge role in shaping how … Continue reading Why Your Company’s Employees Should Become Advocates on Social Media

Mastering Management: Developing Benefits Packages That Retain Great Employees

Jeanne Hardy — January 31, 2020 You’ve recruited the right employees and you’re ready to make an offer. Other than salary, what else are you including in the compensation package? How a company structures its benefits package can make a positive impact on its ability to retain great employees. The typical benefits package for most … Continue reading Mastering Management: Developing Benefits Packages That Retain Great Employees