Insights from the Monster 2014 Employed/Passive Seekers Workforce Talent – Job Seeker Survey
Monster just published a new insights piece. This job seeker survey focuses on how job seekers view the current job market, their job satisfaction, and what will motivate their career decisions.
The top 1/3 of respondents were made up of: Information Technology/Internet Management (general), Clerical/Administrative, Management (executive level), and Healthcare professionals. The career level was 5% Executives, 33% Management, 50% professional, and 12% Entry. The majority had either a bachelor’s or a master’s degree. (more…)
Top Ten Best Places to Work
Redfish Technology Inc. Honored on 2013 ‘Best Places to Work’ List
Redfish Technology was named among the “Best Places to Work” in Idaho. Winners are companies that reflect exceptional performance in the areas of Compensation and Benefits, Employee Growth and Development, Work-Life Balance, Workplace Environment, and Company Management.
What is the Results-Only Work Environment?
A Results-Only Work Environment is a rapidly growing management strategy that evaluates employees based on their performance, not their physical presence. In a ROWE, people focus on results and only results – increasing the organization’s performance while creating the right climate for people to manage all the demands in their lives . . . including work. (more…)
The ABCs of Employee Retention
You’ve assembled a “straight A” team that works well together. Your department is experiencing “red letter days.” So how can you ensure that your employees remain together? If you’re searching for the “Ps and Qs” of employee retention, look no further. Just follow the advice below, and keeping your people happy and content is as easy as… well… ABC!
Always Show Respect.
Show your employees that you care about them as workers and as people. They deserve it.
Traditional health and welfare benefits are critical. But consider mixing in other perks your people would appreciate (e.g., movie passes, pizza days).
Pay should be competitive, and raises should be based on performance rather than seniority. (more…)
It’s about the Bottom Line
Turnover is a money drain. Every time you lose a valued employee, you’re losing money. Despite the currently high unemployment rate, employee retention at all levels throughout your organization remains an important part of your business process. The more stable your workforce, the more focuses you can be on your mission and your bottom line. (more…)