When done right, effective employee benefits are proven to increase productivity, employee happiness, and ultimately, the company's bottom line.However, implementing or enhancing employee benefits may seem like a waste of time and money — especially when it doesn't show any results or ROI.
"Engagement is an abstract term that can apply to a variety of situations, but it's usually about how happy and committed people are with their work."The sentence above perfectly sums up the focus of this blog post.
The worldwide pandemic has forced businesses to operate from their employees' homes. While you might expect employees will return to the office after the pandemic is over, your employees, especially younger ones, may have a different opinion.
We all know that recruiting is a competitive environment. Companies are looking for the best and brightest talent, and they're willing to pay top dollar to get them. When you're competing against other recruiters for these hard-to-find candidates, it can be tough to stand out from the crowd. But what if I told you some mistakes, when avoided, could make your search much easier?