Proper employee education and training are essential to the continuity of business. This is not just a general notion either, but actually something shown in research. Surveys on the main reasons for high turnover rates in business indicate clearly that “little room for growth” and a lack of incentives “except at the management level” are major factors. These responses speak to the fact that if employees don’t feel properly supported in their growth, they’re likely to move on — which, in turn, makes it harder for businesses to endure.Read More >>
Topics: Remote Employees
Over the past few years, there has been a major increase in Americans who work remotely. Although you may not come into physical contact with these employees as often as your in-house team, they are an equally valued part of your company.
With the holidays quickly approaching, what better time is there to show your remote workers how much you care? A new article published by SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, hopes to do just that -- by offering readers tips on how they might include remote workers during the holiday season.