Employee retention is a key factor in the success of any business. It not only helps to reduce cost associated with turnover, but also ensures that the company has a steady and motivated workforce that can maintain productivity to stay competitive in the market. Investing in employee retention can help businesses save money and increase productivity.
Long tenured employees also build loyalty to the company which can lead to better customer service and increased customer satisfaction. In this article we will discuss why investing in employee retention is an important step for any business looking for long-term success.
Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) are non-medical factors that affect a person's health outcomes. These include factors such as economic stability, access to quality education, housing, transportation, and access to healthy food. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines SDoH as the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, and age, and how these conditions can impact their health.
Are your employees motivated to complete additional job training or are they missing out on opportunities for improvement? Developing a strong job training incentive program for employees can encourage employees to learn new skills and keep up with their industry. Many employees avoid training because they feel they are “too busy,” “too old,” or “too good.” Consider the following 3 ideas to improve job training incentive programs for employees.
Women’s History Month is an annual celebration of the contributions of women to society. Beginning as a weeklong celebration in Santa Rosa, CA that overlapped with March 8th, International Women’s Day, the celebration gained momentum and governmental recognition with a Presidential proclamation to officially become a month-long observation in 1987.
Every year The National Women’s History Alliance names a theme for the month of March and this year’s theme is “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.” We thought this space provided a unique opportunity to tell the stories of women who have had profound impacts on the business world, the gift card and payments industries and raised the standard for women everywhere.
Leadership is an essential skill for any organization and can make a huge difference in the success of a company. However, leadership skills don’t always come naturally. It takes time and effort from both employers and employees to develop them. The good news is, with the right leadership development, anyone can learn how to become a leader.
In this article, we will discuss how to develop leadership skills in the workplace. We will review different ways to identify the areas of strength and weaknesses of employees and departments, as well as tips on how to inspire employees to keep learning and growing as leaders. By following these steps, your employees can become effective leaders in your organization.
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