Burnout is more than those familiar feelings of stress or boredom in the workplace. Burnout is characterized by feelings of hopelessness, resulting in decreased productivity and performance. It has become so widespread that it is now recognized by the World Health Organization. If alleviating and eliminating employee burnout is not already on
Complicated compensation plans that are poorly designed and communicated can confuse and demotivate your sales team. Here are a few questions that may help you determine if it might be time for a program redesign. Is your sales compensation plan too complicated? Do your performance measures align with job content and company goals? Is your sales plan producing the desired results? Do your participants understand the program?
Do any of these statistics* surprise you? Nearly half of Americans report sometimes or always feeling alone or left out Two in five Americans sometimes or always feel that their relationships are not meaningful and that they are isolated from others Generation Z (adults ages 18-22) is the loneliest generation and claims to be in worse health than older
Do you know if your company’s pay is competitive in the marketplace? Are you dealing with high turnover, or are you unable to recruit and retain top talent? Your employees are watching the market. Can you explain to them why your compensation remains competitive? Are you sure that you are paying people fairly and
Compensation and Retention: The Millennial Workforce Challenge Competition for talent is especially fierce when it comes to younger Millennial professionals who want jobs that fit their active lifestyle, support their desire for work-life balance, and meet their fast-tracked professional growth goals. If they feel disengaged or a position isn’t meeting their expectations for personal
Crisis: A crisis is defined as an event, situation, or public initiative that threatens a company's ability to effectively operate its business. A crisis can escalate into a disaster or long-term impediment to business growth if not handled with efficiency and sensitivity to all involved. When a crisis occurs the need to communicate is immediate and corporate communications teams are often put to the test. How the team responds to an
In early May, the Washington state governor signed the Washington Equal Pay and Opportunities Act (EPOA). This act imposes pay transparency requirements that go beyond most other pay equity laws and will likely affect most employers in our state. Here’s what you need to know: The EPOA prohibits Washington employers from inquiring about an
Trending: Pay Transparency Trying to find an appropriate balance when discussing how you determine pay and what an employee’s earning potential is, can be tough. As we continue to see concerns about wage gaps, pay inequities and miscommunications, organizations have an excellent opportunity to share more information about how compensation programs are designed and
Attraction and Retention It is a well-known fact that content, engaged employees tend to work harder, produce better results and more importantly – stick around. So why are so many organizations reporting an increase in employee turnover and what can they do to retain top employees? People search for new jobs for a reason.
Do you know if your employee communication is effective? Conducting a communications audit can be a great way to find an answer to that vital question. The audit process is an excellent opportunity to highlight strengths, find opportunities for efficiencies, shape content strategy and uncover any possible weaknesses. Why is effective communication so important?