According to an October 2013 Gallup study, one in eight, or 13% of employees, are engaged with their work. However, the bulk of the employees in the study, 63%, are “not engaged.” Employee engagement is important for organizational success.
Have you heard? The OECD Better Life Index ranks America low in terms of work / life balance. This is no surprise to many.
While it’s been over five years since the Great Recession, a continuing aftershock from 2009’s economic struggles includes the thinking pattern of potential employees.
In this issue of Astronology we explore job rotation. Has your organization used job rotation as an employee development tool? If not, now is a great time to learn how it can help your organization to be successful!
Despite reading of one layoff after another in the United States, and continued talk of recession, recruitment and retention of entry-level, hourly employees is still a concern.