Your dream is to hire super cool, creative people who are great at what they do and make the office fun. But you’re standing in line with every other entrepreneur in the world. The best way to skip to the head of the line? Offer great employee perks. Talented workers know there are some things money can’t buy. So they’re looking for companies who recognize their worth with other amazing incentives. Your incentives program should vary according to the type of employees you want to hire—and your business goals. For instance, letting your team work remotely will save money on office space and attract eco-conscious people who want to conserve time and fuel by not commuting. This top ten list from Company Folders reveals 9 more of the most desirable workplace incentives—and how they benefit you.
Employee engagement is at an all-time low, with as many as 70% of workers showing symptoms of distracted, disengaged behavior at the office. Employers are working hard to combat this problem—especially since low engagement decreases revenue and increases turnover. Rather than throwing money at the issue to make it go away, it’s time for leaders to invest in a solution that gets right to the root of the problem. Translation: learn what’s causing your employees to disengage from their jobs, then learn how you can motivate them to get back on track. To help you do just that, you’ll want to check out this guide to employee engagement from the folks over at Company Folders.
Simply, you don’t have possibilities to follow your plan to get where you want to be.
Solving one problem brings another problem you will need to solve. It is always true!
Probably you understand your ideas better than anyone else. But, the question is how your ideas are understood by other people.
The best solution for you and your business is not always to be on the side of the majority. So, before you make a final decision, stop for the moment and think again. What you need to do differently if you want to make a difference for your business?