There was once a time where businesses could hire employees with the knowledge that they would stay with the company throughout their life, often until retirement.Of course, this was back before the internet took over the business world and the world truly become one place.
Now, employers need to do everything they can to keep an employee from leaving their company with valuable information and skills. And while large companies can do this with money, smaller enterprises don’t always have such deep pockets.
If your company falls into the latter category, below are some great tips to help you retain quality staff that don’t require a big budget.
You would be surprised by how much staff welcome recognition. Whether it’s an email to the office congratulating them on a job well done, sending them as a representative of your company to an awards night, or even include them in external newsletters.
The point of this tip is to make sure that your staff knows that they are appreciated and be sure to share their achievements and make them known. This can be a powerful tool which can help employees to feel positive about their workplace and remain engaged.
The first thing that an employee wants to do when they arrive to work is to leave. That’s just how work…well, works! However, this is where a small business can excel.By offering additional leave, such as emergency leave, extra parenting leave, or even family dedicated leave, employees feel like … Read More