According to a report from gallup.com, “managers account for at least 70% of variance in employee engagement…”. With a March 2015 survey discovering that only 32.9% of employees are engaged at work, clearly management has a dramatic impact on employee engagement and work productivity.
Whether it’s every day or for a special project, at some point of time we all have to do some form of collaborative teamwork.
By Tim McConnell of McConnell Consulting
Is your organization doing everything it can to succeed in this VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) economy?
The compensation philosophy is the foundation for all compensation decisions an organization makes. Developing a compensation philosophy, however, is not always an easy task.
In the November 8th issue of Astronology®, we addressed the topic of what to do when you have an employee that is willing but unable to perform his or her job functions.
The HR staffing ratio – which compares the number of HR staff members to the number of employees they serve – is often used as a benchmark to determine HR”s capabilities and assess the need for outsourcing.
Overtime can carry an organization through treacherous times, or hasten its descent into the red. The difference is a matter of strategy.
Although the economy appears to be unsettled with unemployment moving towards the 6% mark, there is an increasing reliance on temporary employees to meet production and service needs.