The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
The degree to which a person is ‘engaged’ with their work can make a massive difference to the morale, productivity and atmosphere of your department.
Kevin Kruse says that employee engagement does not mean employee happiness, or employee satisfaction.
If I were to ask what was the biggest challenge facing you as a manager today, many replies would cover the inability to attract, retain and maintain talented individuals to their teams.
Ask yourself if the strategies you are currently employing are enabling your most talented individuals to build a career platform with you.
According to a white paper launched jointly by commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE and Genesis, a leading real estate innovator, we are facing a revolution in the workplace.
The paper—Fast Forward 2030: The Future of Work and the Workplace—is based on interviews with experts, business leaders and people from Asia Pacific, Europe and North America, and covers a broad range of topics including how workplaces will change and how employees themselves are changing.
So much is being written about the 2020’s that sometimes we lose track of what’s going on in the present.
But it’s good to think ahead because it gives us a chance to build the skills we need to deal with the massive changes that are happening all around us, and become more creative in how we handle them.
A company relies on its employees to be productive and efficient when it comes to their tasks.
The quicker and better your workers are able to implement their duties, the more products or services you can offer, thereby raising profits.
Employee turnover is a challenge that companies have to tackle to promote productivity, efficiency and employee satisfaction.
When employees get hired only to move on from their positions weeks or months later, projects get stalled and other staff members have to pick up the slack.