With employee turnover at the forefront of employers’ minds across all industries, employee retention is an especially hot topic for nonprofits, whose mission-centered work must always move forward despite setbacks.
As a social worker, it can feel like you’re being pulled in several directions at once. With so many high priority tasks, knowing how to work efficiently and manage your time can make or break your ability to stay on top of your cases.
The long-term success of any association depends on delivering value to members so that they remain engaged, loyal, and happy to renew.
As a small business owner, you’ve probably heard numerous tips to improve your business management. Set “SMART” goals, invest in ongoing education and training, avoid multi-tasking—the list could go on.
Over the last two years, employees have come to appreciate the benefits to a fully remote or hybrid work environment. These benefits include saving time commuting, more productivity, schedule flexibility, and better work / life balance.
We are facing an interesting time in compensation. The events of 2020 and 2021 have left a mark on how both employers and employees view work.
Retail has been a particularly challenging industry to work in over the past two years. Between COVID-19 lockdowns, social distancing, ongoing supply chain issues, and the customer frustrations generated by all of these factors, there’s been a lot for employees to navigate.
Astronology guest writer Matt Zinman highlights three areas of well – being that organizations can invest in for their employees.
There’s a new paradigm.
There are a lot of advantages to working in a family – run business. The family ties can create a strong culture of values and ethics.