Archive for October 17, 2016
Companies report that having a high employee turnover rate is very bad for their bottom line. Many think all they have to do is recruit good people and they will stay if thee pay is good. Proving staff with a competitive salary is a start but companies need to do more if they want to retain good people. If when you look at your organization chart (org chart) and see that it needs updating all of the time, you might have a problem with employee retention. Here are some common mistakes companies make with their staff:
- They burn their employees out. Some companies think that they have the right to squeeze every last drop of work out of their employees. Few things are as effective at burning people out like working them to death. Some staff members feel like they are being punished for wor
As you get older, you should make sure to take the time to check in with your doctor about your overall health. You should also check in with yourself: how do I feel today? Do I have enough energy to complete all of my tasks? We are a sedentary nation: we drive to work, we sit for eight hours or more, and then we drive home. We sit in front of our computers and our televisions, and we do not take enough time to do outdoor activities. More Americans than ever are going hiking and camping, and there are more than 40 million active gardeners who wait for the spring thaw every year. We are also eating more fast food than ever before and we need to make more of an effort to spend time outside.
In the course of our lifetimes, we will eat fast food more than 1,500 times. Some people never go